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  • w2tpmf - These solar powered motion sensor lights provides a nice soft glow after dark

    These solar powered motion sensor lights provides a nice soft glow after dark, and turns to a very bright light when you approach it. The dim light lights up an area about six or seven feet around (I have the light hung about eight or nine feet above the ground), and when the bright light kicks in it lights up an area about ten to twelve feet around. I put these up in my back yard which doesn't have any electric run to it so there is no lights beyond the patios. Since they are solar powered I also don't have to worry about them eating up electricity for them to stay lit all night, and I don't h ave to remember to turn them off when I'm done using them since they are motion controlled. I am required to disclose the fact that I have received a discount on the purchase price of these solar lights with motion sensors in exchange for providing a review containing my honest opinion.

  • Mary - I'd give it a zero if I could

    The new link is better than the app revision from the fall but it is still dreadful. The largest type size is still too small, smaller than the original app. The type size defaults to the smallest (microscopic) size every time you open an issue or turn a page, so you have to toggle the type size. Upon resuming a long article you have to scroll from the top and try to locate where you left off. An entire third of the screen is a blank white margin - wasted space - more time spent turning pages instead of reading. I've been reading The New Yorker for years - the content is excellent - but navigating the KindleFire version is a painful experience.