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Review of Google Drive

Super

Online/offline synchronised documents, easy to share, simple to use, good range of features

Inaccurate word count, danger of deleting documents, a little complex to open non-Google Docs

...?s unlikely to vanish entirely, but even if it went down for a day, it could be a huge problem if I needed to access something I had written online. So I continued writing offline, and backing everything up onto my memory stick. 2012: ENTER GOOGLE DRIVE Early in 2012, rumours started circulating about a new innovation - an application that would allow people to have documents stored on AND offline...

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Review of Drive (DVD)

Satisfactory

“Lacking Drive”

published 01/10/2012

Good performances and art direction.

It's all surface.

...-cross leaves him driving for his life. As soon as the synth-pop score kicked in and the neon-pink title hit the screen, I knew this was not the film for me. But I had paid for my ticket and so I persevered. After all, this was a movie that had received critical and popular acclaim, so I should at least give it a chance, right? Well, it may have had journalists the world over revved up, but for me it was...

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Review of Members advice on learning to drive

Super

“Driving me MAD!”

published 11/12/2013

The feeling of accomplishment at learning something new, the ultimate independence driving brings.

A difficult (and expensive) skill to master and failing a test can be quite hard to overcome.

...Failed attempts... This 'review' is more therapy for me than anything else as this week I failed my driving test a second time. This time, as with the last, my nerves got the better of me and bumping up a kerb as my manoeuvring skills (or lack of) were scrutinised as a frustrated motorist watched and waited for me to get on with it meant curtains for this attempt to turn my little photocard...

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