Daniel Dreifus
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Daniel Dreifus has been marketing since 1979.

He holds an Associate Degree from Santa Monica College and a Business Management Degree from San Diego State University.

Daniel worked as a Real Estate Broker and Owner for ten years specializing in Real Estate Counseling, Single Agency and Buyer Broker Agreements and then transferred his counseling skills to become a commercial roofing consultant, writing Specifications and providing project management for projects ranging from 48 story high rises to designated historical structures.

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Commercial-Resource-Management commented on 18 Sep 2013
Version 5.5.4 is the latest available for OS 10.6.8.
Version 6.0.4 requires a newer operating system than what is indicated here.
[Version 6.0.4]



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Commercial-Resource-Management reviewed on 05 Jun 2013
Must be something with my particular setup because Tech Support tells me numerous Snow Leopard updates have installed without a hitch but every time I tried to install the latest version - 1.9.7 from 1.9.6 it would crash and generate an automatic report to send to Apple. Tried autoupdate from within the program as well as downloading from developer site. Moved to App Cleaner and besides being free, it seems to find more associated files which I used to search separately with EasyFind after using iTrash.
Hopefully my experience is unique and it works fine for everyone else, but iTrash often seemed to miss the small support files for an application, such as application support and preference files, and the expert mode did not seem to help much. Again, 1.9.6 would opened and ran just fine, but I seemed to get more complete results using a third party file search utility and entering the program's name as a text string.
[Version 1.9.7]



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Commercial-Resource-Management reviewed on 25 Apr 2013
Price as of this writing is $4.99. There are 8 different modes including a versatile Sudoku. I don't understand how to win Link-A-Pix, but the rest are fun.
[Version 1.0]



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Commercial-Resource-Management reviewed on 20 Mar 2013
Tried this program yesterday to download 8 guitar lesson videos (Goliath guitar Angelina) as it's just easier for me to use them in QuickTime than online far as pause and repeating sections.
iTubeDownloader downloading the first video resulted in much larger file sizes than MacTubes. May have been higher resolution, but for the identical urls file size was roughly 4X - would have been close to 1GB for all, vs. slightly over 200 MB with MacTubes, plus the downloading speed was slower for the larger file sizes.
[Version 1.5.1]



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Commercial-Resource-Management commented on 13 Jan 2013
MacUpdate shows 10.8 or later required. Their web site shows as follows:

Not sure if Sophos Anti-Virus will work on your Mac? These are the technical requirements:

Mac with Intel or PowerPC processor
256 MB of memory
150 MB of available disk space
Mac with OS X 10.4 (Tiger), 10.5 (Leopard), 10.6 (Snow Leopard), 10.7 (Lion) or 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
Supports all Apple Mac hardware including iMac, MacBook, MacBook Pro and the new MacBook Air

So it appears the software was updated to include 10.8 but not require it.

Sophos has been working fine for me so far, but I just let it run in the background after having done a couple of scans initially.
[Version 8.0.10]



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Commercial-Resource-Management reviewed on 31 Oct 2012
Fun little game. Runs on 10.6.8. No "English" as I would use on a physical table to control the cue ball, but allows you to practice sight lines.
The computer opponent isn't very good, so you don't have too many worries about losing.
When you consider the game is free it's fun. If it were commercial it would need more realism, control and additional games beside 8 ball, but for what it is, it's fun to play around with.
[Version 2.1]



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Commercial-Resource-Management reviewed on 13 Jun 2012
I use TextEdit Speech - voice: Alex, OS 10.6.8, on a mid 2009 MacBook Pro, 250GB HD apx. 50% full -- to read or "speak" text to me every morning for about 10 minutes.
Had gotten to the point where the speech would break up, and restarting, plus all the maintenance routines I know did not solve it.
iDefrag ran for about 4 hours on my drive without incident and now the problem is gone.
Interestingly, I had hovered the pointer over the display during the process and watched as Alex was being defragmented.
[Version 2.2.1]



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Commercial-Resource-Management reviewed on 05 Sep 2011
The new version on the App store must have some improvements. I never played the earlier versions but have racked up scores over 500,000 on this one, cycling through all 100 levels several times. The difficulty level seems perfect. Rather than a feeling of frustration as others have commented, I find quite the reverse and really enjoy this game.
[Version 1.4]



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Commercial-Resource-Management reviewed on 07 Apr 2011
I like this little app.
True, it's simple but that's its virtue.
Uncluttered and uncomplicated yet reliable.
When I just get snowed under with projects, need a way to sort through the details in a logical order, and notes on my physical desktop become unwieldy - EtreTask is there.
Have used it to put a month's worth of work in order, and then complete it.

Daniel Dreifus
Commercial Resource Management
http://thousandeveryday.com
[Version 1.0.2]



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Commercial-Resource-Management reviewed on 11 Mar 2011
Using CB version 2.7 on a MBP, 2.53 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4 GB RAM, age 19 months. Battery capacity had been slowly declining to 96%.
I check coconutBattery every evening prior to shut down to estimate how best to use the battery the following day, and have also been monitoring capacity at full charge over time, allowing to discharge when capacity starts to drift lower, and at half charge - same thing - watching for a decline or improvement in capacity.
When needed, allowing to discharge fully, set over night then recharge fully.
By also running the battery 20 - 40% during the day, and down to 4% a couple of times, capacity is now back up over 100% to 102% or 6650 mAh capacity against an original designed capacity of 6500 mAh.
Very cool.
Very useful for free software.

Daniel M. Dreifus
http://thousandeveryday.com
[Version 2.7]



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