Consumer Reports – July 2007

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  1. Bill K. says:

    Regarding the digital camera thing, if anyone is looking for a top-notch site, try Steve’s Digicams (steves-digicams.com). He does a great job reviews almost everything out there.

    It’s how I settled on my Sony DSC-H1 a couple of years ago.

  2. Andamom says:

    And this is exactly why I don’t get Consumer Reports — because for me — there was no value added.
    1. I can get all of my tech reviews online from places like CNET.
    2. I don’t need a magazine to tell me which are their tastiest/best food brands — I’ll figure that out myself…
    3. I buy 99% of my travel online — and get fabulous prices — and I know when booking that Jet Blue is more problematic of late than not.

    I say that if you really like it, read it at the library or bookstore — or pick it up next month. Their recommendations shouldn’t change much by then…

  3. Rob says:

    Doesn’t “Light” beer refer to the Alcoholic percentage and not the caloric? That was my understanding?

  4. I like the No-Ad for it’s value, but I can often find half-price sales that don’t make it cheaper. Also the lady of the household likes how the Neutrogena and Dove brands dry without any stickiness. I have to admit that they are much, much better than No-Ad in that area, but it’s one of those things where I’m not willing to pay for that.

  5. Dan says:

    @Rob

    No, it’s calories, pretty much all “beer” is the same strength. There used to be “Three Two” (3.2) states who had lower % beers, but I think Colorado was the last of those.

    “Malt liquor” indicates a higher % of alcohol.

  6. reulte says:

    Hmm – not being a beer drinker, I wouldn’t know for sure but I believe at some point “Light” beer could refer to calories, alcohol content or simply the color of the brew which made it a real mess in trying to figure out what you were drinking.

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