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OK, let me confess before I start that, my three ring binder cookbook is falling apart and the pages are falling out. Now, most of my recipes are in Microsoft Word so I could reprint them and put them in a new binder if I wanted. But I decided that perhaps it is time to computerize them in a recipe organizer. My wife bought me a tablet PC for Christmas for the kitchen to take the place of the old three ring binder. There are a number of recipe organizer programs on the market and I downloaded several of the demo programs to play with. I decided on Living Cookbook 2011, and I ordered a copy from Amazon. Let me point out that the license is per computer so if you want to put it on several machines, you will have to purchase multiple licenses. There is a discount on multiple licenses and the basic program cost was about half of the program that I considered its nearest competitor. The software comes with multiple cookbooks and thousands of recipes already included. Any of these recipes can be modified and saved and you can delete individual recipes or cookbooks easily. Most importantly, it lets me add my own cookbooks and chapters within the cookbooks so I can keep my recipes separate from the ones already there. I have loaded a number of my recipes and I am quite impressed with the software. I had to rebuild my ingredients, but the program recognizes a vast array of ingredients and lets you choose them from a drop-down list that appears as you start to type. A benefit of this is that it creates a "Nutrition Facts" about your recipe including calories, total fat, cholesterol, sodium, potassium, carbohydrates, protein, and much more, nice to know and I would never have taken the time to calculate them myself. I can copy my directions out of my existing Word documents and paste them into the "Procedure" Tab. There is also a "Tips" tab which I used to suggest variations, explain certain techniques, or just make notes to myself for the future. When done, it displays the finished recipe in a very professional looking layout. The program also allows one to incorporate a picture with the recipe and to publish it to a book, something I may do someday to give to friends. All in all, this program seems like it has more features than I will ever be able to use and I have not yet found anything that it can't do!
I wasn't sure what was to come, or what I had signed up for when buying this book. I however have learned a ton about myself, habits, and likes/dislikes in a job and it's enviormnet. Following the chapters, and setting up your own flower, really let's you hone in on the position you are really looking for and best suited for, Then you are not wasting time, with positions you won't enjoy doing!
I also enjoyed the toolkit pieces to help you make decisions. The tool that helps you rank processes, really helped me get things in a clearer picture!
This is a really fun game. I had no problem installing (and thats without the most up to date drivers) and have only played for a few hours but I think its great. There are tons of options for your creature and charming/fighting the other creatures is a lot of fun for me. I love the fact that the playing is so openended. You could follow the goal cards or you could just do your own thing. There are lots of funny/cute things that your creatures do and its amazing how expressive they are without vocabulary. Getting started is easy (although there is no tutorial) and there is a really nice learning curve for those who are not avid gamers.
Great read and spot on -- the secular progressives in this country claim "compassion" and "tolerance" and yet by their actions turn out - in real life - to be degenerate vipers with Christian Derangement Syndrome willing to do anything to be "of this world" and to be accountable to NO ONE, especially Jesus Christ.