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  • Traffic, Demographics and Competitors - Alexa - How popular is Erakablog? Get traffic statistics, rank by category and country, engagement metrics and demographics for Erakablog at Alexa.

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    City: -121.9886 California, United States

  • Hoss Smith - Great!

    I have used H&R Block for years to prepare my is so simple, yet complete. Wonderful and inexpensive way to get the job done...Everyone should go through this process--you realize that preparing your taxes can be fast and affordable. I don't have a very complicated return...S Partnership, small business, and some 1099's--no problem!! Thank you H&R BLOCK!!

  • Jack - Too Many Dropouts

    Motorola is a communications pioneer so I figured that the SBG6782 would provide me with a dependable internet connection. How wrong I was! There was no problem in getting it registered to my Comcast service but the connection was anything but consistent. It would randomly lose the internet connection from a few to several times a day. My previous modem and another that I'd rented from Comcast never exhibited this problem. ARRIS' "customer service" department's response was to blame a too-strong signal, a too-weak signal, interference, noise on the line, etc.; in other words, anything but a possible problem with the modem itself.

  • Arja Salafranca - Stories that gather weight

    The O. Henry Prize Stories 2015 gathers twenty of the best short stories of the year, selected from many published in US literary magazines. It awards a first, second and third rating to the stories by jurors, the writers Tessa Hadley, Kristen Iskandrian and Michael Parker. As a lover and writer of short stories, I’ve been this series for some years now and it never disappoints. This volume, filled with long stories which allow the stories to breathe and gather weight, was superb too. There are many excellent stories here. A sampling of the highlights include:

  • Excellent for 2nd year med school use and Step 1 review - Excellent for 2nd year med school use and Step 1 review

    This book is a must-have for second year medical students and anyone taking Step 1 of the USMLE. It's great preparation for your second year classes, and the most concise and comprehensive text of what you'll need to know for Step 1. If you understand the material in this book, you will do quite well on Step 1. The information could be a bit better organized, but otherwise this book is unreservedly recommended.