MB Kabbalah Astrology provides curious users with a glimpse of their future and their personality traits. While tackling a complex subject, we were pleasantly surprised by this program's user-friendliness.
This program has a simple to use interface, which is a clear benefit for those confused by the vast amount of information presented. With a user-friendly Kabbalah tree and highly readable information about an individual, we were pleased by this colorful display. While there are plenty of onscreen definitions and a comprehensive online Help file, users who are not familiar with this type of astrology might need to seek some … Read more
Desktop Calendar Reminder promises to help you keep track of the days and important events. However, this basic calendar doesn't really live up to its promise or, for that matter, its name.
This program isn't much to look at. It presents itself as a simple light-blue calendar that pops up on the middle of your desktop in a small rectangle. There is space for writing a note about the day at the bottom. There are also tabs for the day's notes and for a general area to write non-date-specific notes. We were a little confused, since part … Read more
Those of you holding out for a color version of the Kindle may be disappointed to learn that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is telling the world it won't be arriving anytime soon. In fact, a color-screened Kindle is "multiple years" away, he said Thursday, adding: "I've seen the color displays in the laboratory, and I can assure you they're not ready for prime time."
I'll be completely honest: LCD computer monitors intended for graphics professionals are not my area of expertise. Most of the monitors I've reviewed have been consumer-focused.
Monitors like the Dell SP2309W and Samsung P2370, while great for gaming or just looking nice in your apartment (respectively), would not be caught dead on the desk of a graphics professional. (Of course, if I'd found a monitor could actually die at all, well, I probably would not be writing this, as the prospects of an inanimate object possessing a soul would be far too exciting to continue sitting at … Read more
Apparently, the publisher's of this program don't understand the meaning of the word free, because it's yet another program from these designers that claims to be free, but turns out to be a standard 30-day trial version. MB Flying Star Feng Shui calculates your house's proper feng shui locations.
The user interface is one overly packed window after another. We were greeted with a ridiculously cluttered window that begged us for a donation. Further inspection revealed that the program comes with a 30-day trial period, and isn't free as promised. We had to root through … Read more