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This app works for paper subscribers on the older versions of the kindle fire -- you just log in. The newer Kindle Fires aren't compatible! If you are a subscriber to the physical magazine, they want you to still pay $60 to read this digital version!!!!
Ornament is pretty plain this year. I get one for my mom every year, so it is what it is. If you aren't collecting each year, I'd look for another year if you want one of these snowflakes. I agree with other comments that it's pretty disappointing this ornament marks the 25th anniversary. I didn't think they did a good job gluing the 6 pieces together either, but I feel like mine was a factory seconds or something. The barcode/tag was ripped off my outer box with a generic barcode label stuck below it. Kind of ticks me off because the box is important to me too. Don't buy from BlankSlateLLC unless you don't care about the box or wonder why the original label is ripped off. Mine came in a larger cardboard box with no packing material as well. Corners on Swarovski box were fuzzy because of that, but ornament wasn't broken.
We had the original magic jack which was very intermittent and really not reliable. We also hated having to have it plugged into the computer all the time, which of course, required leaving the computer turned on 24/7. We tried this one and have been quite pleased with it. Quality is fine. We are able to make and receive calls. And having it plugged into the router (which is on all the time anyway) without having to use the computer is great.
This book has a totally insufficient number of practice tests. As the owner of a college counseling company (Lyon Prep Academy) I know firsthand how many practice tests students need in order to get a top score on the ACT. Now, I'm not going to go out and recommend that you get illicit versions of the test, but the easy availability of download of all the tests from April, June, and December from outside sources gives students who are willing to bend the rules an inordinate advantage. The simple solution? Since these tests are easily accessible anyway, just release them officially and level the playing field. I know that there have recently been minor changes to the Reading and Science sections (and major changes to the essay) but still having legal access to all these tests for which they've already released packets to individual students would be immensely valuable.