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No real review meat; I just didn't have this song in my collection from my CD days, added it now. Decent quality, though I sometimes wish Amazon would start offering non-lossy compresssed files for sale, to let us recompress as desired.
YOU ARE DAMN RIGHT! I'd consider Blue Lines the most important cd of the decade! I really do like the whole cd (incl. #2 One Love!) and neither Protecion nor Mezzanine has the genious of Blue Lines!
This book doesn't really have anything new or different. It tells you to eat lean meat, beans, and lowfat cheeses for proteins and eat a balanced diet if fruits, vegetables, nuts, dairy, and lean meats. Too much emphasis is placed in nonfat and sugar-free foods. If you are like me and do not eat very much processed foods, this won't be helpful. I was hoping for something new that would help insulin resistance without medication, but this wasn't what I was looking for. If you don't understand what insulin resistance is this book does a good job of explaining it.
I no longer have this treadmill, and have been shopping for a replacement. Perhaps the BEST feature of this treadmill is the construction. It is SOLID, no cheap plastic rattling parts. Also, the console layout is user-friendly and basic, which to me is a huge plus, as I prefer manual workouts. ~~~the downside to the one touch controls is that they go up in vast increments...1, 3, 6, 9, 12, etc. (which is a huge increase in both speed and incline unless you are prepared to do burst workouts) There are speed and incline controls on the arms rails which I loved and used all the time to keep up with the one touch buttons on the main console.
01/09/2012 Update: The problem in my old review(below)has been resolved. Microsoft has contacted me after several months to say they corrected the issues regarding compatibility. They are right, the bugs have been corrected, and my old favorite program "ONENOTE" is again on the top of my list. I have installed the new release and it is working flawlessly in my 64 bit machine. Kudos to Microsoft for having the pride and perseverance to not only correcting the issues, but also for following up with me. This is a rare commodity of any software company.
This is definitely the best keyboard I've used to date. As a programmer, my requirements are the following: sturdy build, tactile feedback, clicky-but-not-too-clicky, high actuation point, standard key layout, and relatively portable. This keyboard succeeds in every important area. Most importantly, the high actuation point / reasonable required force makes it so you don't have to press down as far / forcefully as MX switches or buckling springs. This in turn reduces the impact from the occasional bottom-out (which I've found impossible to avoid on tactile mechanical keyboard, contrary to myth). My fingers definitely experience reduced shock while typing on this keyboard compared to other tactile mechanicals (eg, barring reds). As a bonus, the keys are slightly wider than other keyboad models I've tried, which helps if you have grown-up fingers. Highly recommend.