iPhone X Review : The best damn product Apple has ever made

The iPhone X is clearly the best iPhone ever made. It’s thin, it’s powerful, it has ambitious ideas about cameras, and it pushes the design language of phones into a strange new place. But FaceID is a journey, and you need to be ready for it.

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Product Review: Foaming Hand Soap for Kids

Looking for a fun and natural way to get kids to wash their hands? Try Watermelon-spotted Foaming Hand Soap for Kids from The Natural Newborn.

While the idea of ​​foaming hand soap may not be new, it is popular. The Natural Newborn offers foaming hand soap that's not only got a great scent, but is natural as well. It's completely chemical-free!

It was a huge hit in my household, and my children both loved the scent. My youngest daughter especially loves it, and I now hear "I need to wash my hands" several times a day. This 3 yr old never willingly washed her hands this many times a day before we got this hand soap.

It's easy for both of them to use because of it's large pump, and they love the watermelon smell. It's great to know that they are using a product that has absolutely no chemicals while creating a great habit.

The entire family loves the smell, and my daughter is constantly saying "smell my hands! They're clean!". It's making the whole bathroom smell like watermelons as well.

The Natural Newborn has several other items especially for toddlers, including foam body wash, skin & body care, hair care items, and more. You'll even find products just for mom as well!

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The Product Development Challenge: Competing Through Speed, Quality, and Creativity

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Top product development companies gain competitive advantage by bringing rapidly evolving technologies to increasingly fragmented markets with speed, efficiency, and high quality. What is more, they use the talents from across the organization and those of suppliers, distributors, and customers to do it.
This collection of articles and interviews from the Harvard Business Review further explores how these companies succeed, identifying strong leadership and a high degree of integration as the distinctive characteristics of organizations that achieve outstanding results from product development efforts. Featuring contributions from scholars and business leaders such as Ralph Gomory, Fumio Kodama, Edward McCracken, and the members of the Manufacturing Vision Group – an ad hoc team of academics and industry experts who studied development projects in five companies over four years – this volume offers a variety of perspectives useful to technical, functional, and general managers alike.
The Product Development Challenge describes successful business practices in organizations that include Chaparral Steel, Eastman-Kodak, Ford Motor, Hewlett-Packard, Honda, and Silicon Graphics, Inc., addresses organizational challenges; and provides frameworks for managing the processes, innovations, and R&D efforts that will lead to the winning product development projects of tomorrow – not just in high technology companies, but in any manufacturing environment.

The Sony mirrorless camera review…within a review…within a review….

This was done in the very little free time I had (in fact it took most of my free time!) and was 2 months of work to get it done! Any contributions to the TIPJAR here are very gratefully acceptted as they make future reviews possible due to their non sponsored or funded nature. Thank you!

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Filmed in Richmond (UK), Vienna, South Beach, Miami Art Basel 2013 & New York

The very long (sorry) video review of the new Sony mirrorless full frame still/ video cameras, the A7 and A7R, plus the lens with the long constant aperture built in zoom, the RX10.

So this two months of work condensed into a rather hefty 39 minutes. It’s all self explanatory what the title means once you watch the first couple of minutes. Hopefully it’s not too confusing and does make sense!

On camera shots of me shot on the Canon C100 and C300. Product shots on the 1DC. The rest is of course the Sony cameras.

Lit with Gekko lights. Voice over done on the RODE Classic II valve microphone.

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Music courtesy of The Music Bed gopb.co/musicbed

The America Dollar – Anything you synthesize
A New Normal – Stones & Shadows
& Sacr Cur
Benj Heard – Why That’s Delightful & Uke
Brooke Annibale – By Your Side & Tryin’
The Echelon Effect – Recalling Winters Casualties
Sprit of Spain – They Made Oceans Rise
& You Never Had Much Faith in Me
Evolv – Elolv Alluring
Holley Maher – Perfect Day

Beethoven 7th Symphony Movement 2
Peer Gynt Suite – Morning by Grieg
and Strauss Blue Danube
from Royalty-Free-Classical-Music.ORG

Huge number of thank you at end of the video!

Thanks for watching!

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How to Use a Product Review

I have read a lot of product reviews over the years. I also offer product reviews for the products we sell, as well as use them on blogs and articles to help people with buying choices. It did occur to me that sometimes people can be skewed towards buying or not buying something because of the way the product review is written. When I sat down to look at some factors that I take for granted, I was compelled to put this article together. I hope you find it helpful. It is slanted towards the woodworking industry, particularly routers and router tables. I think you will find that the mindset or theme will work for any type of product.

When reading a review right off the bat I think of these main areas of the person that is leaving the review. These are the main areas in which we will discuss.

  • Shipping
  • Expectations
  • Experience / Inexperience
  • Customer Service
  • Emotion
  • Assembly
  • Use period
  • Manufacture or Vendor Mindset


This is the first subject that usually gets a lot of comments on. Let me begin with this statement. "I really understand the shipping process" I have worked in this industry at one time and I have seen every aspect from a package getting from point A to point B. If there is one thing that is a constant in the universe it is this, shipping companies damage boxes. There is no way around it, and sooner or later it will happen to you. Manufacturers design their packaging around the fact that it is rough world when your package gets picked up and on to your destination. You have to consider the sort facility and the way things get handled. Speed ​​is the ultimate theme and shippers go by how many packages they sort out each night. Being careful is a goal but not always the golden rule. So when an item comes damaged, most vendors jump through hoops to help you replace the item or fix the problem. It is a headache, and if they can design a box to tie that headache, they most certainly will because it reduces their replacement costs. So any comments on shipping damage really need to be taken with a grain of salt.

Experience / Inexperience

This is a sensitive area, since it is closely tied to emotion. I will try to tread lightly, but I will be blunt in some areas in order for the reader to get the most out of this content. When it comes to power tools, some people just do not have any experience and some have extensive experience. It is hard to figure out who is who when you are reading a review. To be honest, some people have no business owning a power tool, yet they go to great lengths in leaving some scathing reviews. Others have a perfectionist type of view that can give you some great insight about the product. Some are Engineer types that can go into great detail and offer design changes that they think would make the product better. So how do you approach this problem? I think the best way to evaluate it is by simply knowing the fact that there are different levels of experience out there and everyone is entitled to their opinion. You just never really know who you are talking too when reading a review or getting advice from someone, you just have to use your gut feeling.


Some reviews are written in sense of an expectation of that product that has either been met or not. If you expected a product to be of a certain design or quality and it is not, your expectations have not been met. Most people draw from this and use it in their review. Another avenue of this thought is that people write about their experience based on using the item right away. Perhaps the tool met their expectation right away but then they quickly grew out of it or moved on in their skill level. The media also has tremendous influence on what our expectations are for products. Most of the time this is based on mass appeal and it's designed to do one thing and one thing only and that is to sell you the product. Just because someone says they are an expert does not necessarily mean it is true.

Customer Service

Customer service is often commented on but it has some bearing in some instances. For example if you are speaking directly to the manufacture of themselves, then customer service can be influential. If you are speaking to a distributor of a product, then how they handle your service situation is up to them and only reflections on their company, website or business, not necessarily the product. This can skew some reviews. Of course good customer service can always be a positive factor, it is really the product you are reviewing not your buying experience. Someone should make a service about that!


I choose to add this section because I have seen overtones of this that leak into reviews. Emotion is powerful and sometimes it is hard to shake a pre conceived concept. That concept is from the old "mail order" days when the industry was brand new. Most "mail order" companies sold junk and it was all about conversion ratios and quotas. Today most companies and vendors realize that Internet sales are a huge part of their business and a great way to reach out to customers from all over the world. So here is a concept that I and most good companies embrace. The sooner customers and the general public figure it out the better. (This is the blunt part I was talking about)

Companies want and need to take care of their customers for a very good reason. If you become a customer once, there is a good chance that you will buy from us again. If you buy from us again, you reduce the cost of acquiring a new customer and that improves the amount of money a company makes. Bottom line: if you are my customer, I want you to buy from me over and over again. This is how we stay alive.

I have no interest in making you mad, or delivering a poor product, that would be stupid and go against the business plan. If you are happy, then my life is easy. If you are mad, my day sucks. I like stress free days, so it is in my best interest in doing a good job so that you come back.


I thought it was worth mentioning that assembly could be part of the product review formula. Let's face it, there is a new problem alive and well today and it is most irritating. That problem is the lack of good clear and concise directions. Remember when software use to come with a book on how to use it? Now day's vendors think it is OK to be vague. I am not sure who thought this was a way to save money or not, but it is irritating. I think directions are an influence but not always the deciding factor. It is worth knowing that not everyone is good at the obvious. (Blunt I know) but I am amazed at how often that putting Tab A into Slot B eludes some people.

Manufacture Mindset

Product companies have a mindset of selling product and making goals. Part of the goals is keeping replacement costs down by good design and good techniques. It is just about as simple as that. Some Brands are better at it than others; those are the ones that last in the industry. Look for manufacturers that embrace this concept by developing their authority. Most good companies really enjoy happy customers.

I hope this has helped you with interpreting customer reviews. It was intended in teaching you how to write one, but more of an education of how people write them for the world to see. The one thing about the Internet, comments stay forever and reputations are made and broken over time. Getting a good assessment of a product can sometimes be harder than you thought.

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Unrefined Shea Butter by Better Shea Butter – African, Raw, Pure – Use Alone or in DIY Body Butters, Lotions, Soap, Eczema & Stretch Marks Products, Lotion Bars, Lip Balms and More! – 1 lb (16 oz)

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Unrefined Shea Butter is a rich fat produced from the nuts of the shea tree found in Africa. Butter made from shea nuts is thick and creamy, and has been used as a natural skin and hair care product for centuries.

Shea Butter Benefits:Shea Butter is enjoyed all over the world–either in its natural form or as a main ingredient in soaps, cosmetics, and hair care products. People often use Shea Butter to relieve skin conditions such as dry skin, stretch marks, eczema, cracked heels, etc. Shea Butter is non-comedogenic and will not clog your pores, so can be used by people affected by or worried about acne.

How is Shea Butter MadeUnrefined Shea Butter starts off with shea nuts that are boiled to soften their shells and the seeds are removed by hand. The shea seeds are cracked and roasted before being milled and kneaded into a thick dough. The dough is then blended with water to separate the fats from the solids. The skimmed fats are boiled and cooled, resulting in a pure butter that is fresh, natural, and bursting with goodness.

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Sean Knight – Kizer Type M Product Review

Over the past few months I’ve switched between a few different frames searching for something that felt perfect. I wanted to find a frame that’s fast, durable, feels right and won’t snap. I recently received some Kizer Type M frames and I couldn’t be more satisfied.

The frames feel great. They lock really well on soul and h-block tricks fresh out of the box, and only get better once you’ve worn your own grooves. Whether it’s a rail, ledge or coping, both the soul and h-block slide really fast.

The shape of the frame makes it great for almost any size object you’re grinding and allows for smooth switchups. The UHMW center wears away slowly, keeping the h-block sliding slick.

The frame feels really solid under my feet. They’ve handled a number of drops in the cold Canadian weather, and I haven’t snapped a pair yet. If you’ve never tried the Kizer Type M frame, I definately recommend trying a pair.


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