Jnsbm.org Review:

Journal of Natural Science, Biology and Medicine : Free full text articles from J Nat Sc Biol Med - J Nat Sc Biol Med, Official publication of Society of Science, Biology and Medicine

Country: North America, US, United States

City: 30303 Atlanta, Georgia

  • Sahil Rajan - My favorite program on my PC

    I love this program. I have been a long time user. The last service pack a few months ago has fixed all the bugs the users have uncovered. I wouldn't upgrade any software after a brand new release. Wait about 2 months for the service packs. This goes for Microsoft, Apple, and even Intuit.

    The software has all the features you could ever dream of for personal finance. It tracks Income/Expenses, Budgets, Investments and Property. The interface is super easy to use and the charts offer great visualization of your financial information.

  • scarygary - WILL ACCEPT 64 GB micro SD cards!

    Let me END the talk over whether or not the SAMSUNG GALAXY TAB 2 10.1 will accept the new 64 GB micro SD cards. In a nutshell, The TAB 2 WILL mount up and allow the use of the 64 GB card! I put one in MY TAB 2, did a quick check of the "storage" page in the "settings" menu, and THERE IT WAS, ready to use. If you get one, make sure that you TURN YOUR TABLET OFF before installing the card, then turn it ON normally to get the tablet to recognize it. The SANDISK 64 GB card is only $52 on AMAZON. Don't make the mistake of getting the cheaper ($22) no-name cards available on AMAZON! they are usually counterfeit, and likely do not have 64 GB of memory on them. If the no-name ones even load up, they pretty much always have CONSIDERABLY less memory than the amount stated in the AD. I bought a couple of 16 GB no-names once, and they actually had 2 GB on them, and constantly gave errors when transferring data. Stick with the name-brand and you can't go wrong!

  • Kellie Skinner - I loved the ending

    I know a lot of people didn't like the ending, but I thought it was perfect and thought provoking.

    I like a book that still has me thinking about it a week, two weeks, a month later.

    And when I read my next novel which seemed impossible, and 3/4 of the way through, I thought I hate all the main characters and I would be happy if the book ended with me hating all the main characters, so long as they stay true to form. The book ended reasonably happily - but I think it would have been better if it didn't.

    I'm happy the next book I read ended in the normal satisfactory way, but I will forget it tomorrow. But I won't forget Gone Girl.