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What a great project - can't wait to see the feature length project! Donating now!
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Incredible! Too awesome! Thanks for sharing!
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Well someone is going to lose all his press access. Forever.
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Exactly my thought on this. Dude is showing complete disrespect to HTC.
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Great review - very thorough and balanced. Thanks for making it!
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Great video! I'm really excited about the D750. One thing I was expecting you to point out was that this camera in a lot of ways is what D300/D300S owners have been waiting for. The D7000 series lacked features the D3xx series had, and it lacked a strong buffer. The D600 series lacked several key controls (dpad click to zoom) and functions (wide bracketing) and was designed to be more of a beginner's full frame. I briefly owned both a D7100 and a D600, and returned both of them because I felt like I was losing out on key things about my D300 that I loved.

But the D750 nails it from what I've seen so far. It has everything the D300 has, and much more. I've been waiting years for Nikon to release a D400 or something similar, but my wait is over. I'll be ordering a D750 very soon!
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Some great picks! Some...less good ones (IMO), but that's the great thing about music, it hits us all differently and it's very subjective. This video reminded me of how utterly fantastic Amy Whitcomb from Delilah's voice is. Truly stunning. Thanks for posting this!
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Amazing photos here!
I love cameras and am a photographer by trade. I love taking pictures but no matter how cool a Nikon D3s or any other Pro level camera you have is....they are heavy as hell and not fun to carry. I had...
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I always find it weird when April Fool's Day content is published on March 31st. Because, ya'know, April 1st is the actual day. But this still made me chuckle a bit. ;-)
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Great video! One tip: space bar to start and stop playing YouTube videos is easier and faster than moving the cursor onto the play button. :-)
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awtssss
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Hahaha, great video from MC D-Bruce! I used to work with him and this video is a great reminder of how hilarious he is. :-)
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it's great, he deserves his own tv show
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Great video! One correction though: many audio companies have worked with musicians in the past, but they were selling expensive headphones/in-ear monitors meant for other musicians or audiophiles. Some brands, such as UltimateEars before they were bought by Logitech, dipped their toe into the waters of marketing their products as musician-endorsed as a way to sell to consumers who cared about audio. Beats took it to a whole new level though by working with sports stars and pop-culture icons, having bold and colourful hardware designs, leveraging mainstream TV shows (American Idol was a watershed moment for Beats), and generally making headphones into a mainstream thing that people cared about.
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My precious...!!
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Killer phone. Of course. :-)
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Nothing beats HTC Phones..loving it now..! and thanks to HTC
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Education
  • Bishop Carrol
  • Dr. EP Scarlett
  • University of Calgary
  • Mount Royal College (University)
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Senior Community Manager, AT&T
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  • HTC Corporation
    Senior Manager, HTC Communities, 2011 - 2014
  • Thoughts Media Inc.
    Technology Writer, 2001 - 2012
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We've bought two products from Furniture Factory Direct, and while the overall sales process was OK, the extended warranty is a complete waste of money, and it's dishonest of the company to continue to sell it to customers. They make their money off it and clearly don't care about customers getting screwed by the warranty company. We had three issues with a couch we bought, the first two were minor and we thought we'd get them fixed if something more significant happened, warranting a service call. Well, the more serious thing did happen, and it turns out the first two issues were NOT covered by the extended warranty because we didn't report it within 90 days. It would have been nice to have been told that! Worse, the more serious issue - the sliding armrest came off the rails - isn't covered by the warranty. We waited months to get that answer, and the store was zero help. Even worse, when we simply said we'd PAY for the repair, we're getting a run-around by the store and the repair company. No one will help us get the right parts to do the repair. Furniture Factory Direct does not stand behind the products they sell and I cannot recommend anyone buy from them.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
The Colortronics tag line on their invoices says "The Competent Ones". They're not fooling me! The short version: I've been without a working dishwasher for SIX WEEKS now, and Colortronics tried and failed to repair the issue. Worse, we now have water leaking into our wood floor, permanently damaging it. I will avoid them at all costs in the future. And this isn't the first time I've had poor service from Colortronics - they "fixed" our oven and the convection still doesn't work on it. The long version: We bought an extended warranty from Lowes on our Bosche SilencePlus dishwasher in 2011 when we purchased it. 2.5 years later, it would no longer work, so I called Lowes to use this extended warranty. Colortronics is the vendor Lowes uses for appliance repair in my area. 1) It took a full week before we could get any kind of appointment for the tech to come out. We explained to Lowes what the issue was, so I assumed the Colortronics tech would come out with the parts to fix it. 2) The Colortronics tech showed up, identified the problem we'd already identified, and said a new mainboard was needed. He didn't come with any parts to repair it, so the parts would need to be ordered. 3) After three weeks, I called Colortronics after hours and left a voicemail asking for an update on the status of the part. They didn't call me back. 4) Thirty-six (36) days passed while we waited for...something. You see, Colortronics didn't contact us at all to tell us the part was back-ordered, or explain to us why we were still waiting. 5) I called Lowes, and starting making noise on Twitter and Facebook about the poor service I was receiving. The part must have come in - or maybe someone at Colortronics decided to finally do their job - because low and behold an appointment was scheduled to do the repair. 6) On day 40, the Colortronics tech came out with the mainboard did the repair. I wasn't here when it happened, my wife was, but apparently after the swap he started an empty load and it worked. Victory, we had a working dishwasher! No. Keep reading. 7) That same night we loaded up the dishwasher, excited to finally have a working appliance, turned it on, and the same problem occurred. We still let the load run, hoping it would "work itself out", but the next morning the dishes were still dirty, the soap hadn't been released, etc. 8) So after SIX WEEKS of not having a working dishwasher, I called Lowes and will ask for anyone BUT Colortronics to do the repair. They clearly are unable to repair my dishwasher. Not all of the above might be Colortronics' fault - it could be that the part was back-ordered and there was nothing they could do. But you know what? YOU TELL THE CUSTOMER THAT. Don't just go silent and let the customer suffer without an explanation. Great customer service is about more than solving the customer's problem,it's about TREATING THAT CUSTOMER LIKE A HUMAN BEING, which means keeping them informed about the progress (or lack thereof). UPDATE: A few days after the Colortronics "repair" I was stepping on my hardwood floor and noticed some water squish up through the seams. Yes, that's right, not only did Colortronics not fix the problem, they failed to identify the fact that it was leaking water and now I have permanent damage on my floor.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Love this place! Good food that's not expensive, and it's always ready fast.
Food: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Fantastic service and quality! Jack was able to get stains out of our carpet that no one else could - his knowledge and skill are impressive. I'd absolutely hire him again - our carpets look superb. He knows his stuff!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Lyn is a truly talented massage therapist and, in particular, her traditional Thai massage is utterly amazing. You won't be disappointed by going to Century Massage.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
It's shut down and doesn't exist any more (we just tried to go there today).
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago