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Miles wrote an editorial on the College's recent report on the middle professions.
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I' ve never been a big Lohud App fans, because I'm a little "old-school" and like reading the newspapers from start to finish. It is a good way to enjoy reading the magazine in comfort. The main question/complaint is that it is preset to the Westchester release. I' d like to see a preference that allows Rocklanders to use the Rockland release as standard.
All in all, it is a great appeal for all those who want to enjoy reading the paper in the traditional way. I' d also like to get into the Westchester issue of the paper, but this application only makes the Rockland issue. I' ve been calling technical help about the issue. They were unaware of a new application known as The Print Series.
I' m guessing if you want the Rockland Edition, you're good to go. It seems to be an enhancement over the browser-based e-newspaper. I can' t get browserbased versions of the paper after speaking to technical help. Horrible application only because the current paper is not deserving to be downloaded for free.
There is no such thing as qualitiy controls, idiotic coverage that looks like it's being done by third grade students, and essentially all they are writing is an article with a tough message in the form of a tough socialist/liberalism. Works with iPhone, iPad and iPod dock.