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Get 73 hours of Adobe Creative Cloud training for under £40

TL;DR: The 2022 All-in-One Adobe Creative Cloud Suite Certification Course Bundle is on sale for £36.73, saving you 97% on list price.


Adobe’s Creative Cloud apps are notoriously complicated for new users. The learning curve is steep, even if you fancy yourself as a tech-savvy person. It’s OK to admit you need some help. After all, YouTube can only take you so far.

Fortunately, this All-in-One Adobe Creative Cloud Training Bundle is still on sale for just £36.73.

This training package features 10 complete courses spanning 73 hours, with dedicated lessons for most of Adobe’s most popular apps: PhotoShop, Lightroom, Illustrator, Premiere, XD, After Effects, and Animate. Top instructors like Joe Parys, Phil Ebiner, Nicolas Lever, and Daniel Walter Scott will lead the way. Together, they boast a 4.5-star average from prior students, have a variety of expertise in different programs and mediums, and are enthusiastic about sharing their knowledge.

Most of the courses in this bundle are specifically designed for beginners, so you won’t jump into advanced functions and start layering effects and masking designs right away. You’ll kick things off in each course by getting a lay of the land. Or in other words, you’ll finally learn what each of those buttons do in the side panels of Creative Cloud apps.

Once you get familiar with each app, you can start diving in deeper. In each course, you’ll work through hands-on projects in order to feel comfortable actually using the more complex functions. For instance, you’ll create a minimalist logo, design an Instagram quote post, create your first UX brief and persona, and even edit a YouTube video from scratch.

Don’t let those Adobe apps sit on your computer dock collecting virtual dust. Once you finally learn to use them, you can stop pretending you know what you’re doing and actually create something amazing.

Snag this training for only £36.73 while this deal is live.

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Indiana man shot dead after loudly knocking on relative’s front door, police say

An Indianapolis man was shot dead Wednesday outside a family member’s Christian Park neighborhood home, officials said.
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Women Are Sharing What They Are Most Insecure About In Their Relationships, And A Lot Of Them Are Heartbreaking

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Understand everything about NFTs with this 89-hour course bundle

TL;DR: The All-in-One NFT Masterclass for Artists and Entrepreneurs Bundle is on sale for £25.66, saving you 98% on list price.


You’ve surely seen or heard the term “NFT” by now, whether on social media, a podcast, or even the news. But if you’re like most people, you still have absolutely no idea what it means. Experts insist NFTs are sticking around, though, so you might want to figure it out — especially if you’re an artist or entrepreneur.

This All-in-One NFT Masterclass can get you up-to-date. And for a limited time, it’s on sale for only £25.

NFTs aren’t as new as they seem, but in the early months of 2021, interest in them skyrocketed after a few high-profile sales. Now they’re everywhere you turn. Short for non-fungible tokens, NFTs are kind of like digital collectible cards that may be worth a lot one day. Plus, they supposedly give power back to creators and artists, not the middlemen and copy-pasters (but honestly, that’s still debatable).

This bundle packs 11 courses and nearly 90 hours of content, getting down to the nitty-gritty of what NFTs are, how to create them, how to register them, how to sell them, and more. There’s even a few courses on Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, XD, and After Effects, so you can learn to design NFTs of your own and grow your bank account.

The NFT courses are led by Benjamin Wilson of Entrepreneur Academy and John Bura of Mammoth Interactive, both passionate entrepreneurs of diverse backgrounds. They’re on top of all the latest and greatest tech and design trends — including the elusive NFTs. Meanwhile, the Adobe courses are all led by talented artists, like game designer Shaun Spalding, UI/UX designer Aleksandar Cucukovic, and photographer and videographer Phil Ebiner.

This All-in-One NFT Masterclass for Artists and Entrepreneurs is a £1,600 value, but you can snag it for only £25.66 for a limited time. Finally figure out what people are talking about in the cryptocurrency world.


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Homeless man charged in killing of Los Angeles ER nurse

A homeless man was charged Tuesday in the alleged killing of Los Angeles emergency room nurse Sandra Shells, who was attacked near the city’s Union Station last week.
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50 Times Customers Proved Yet Again That They Are The Dumbest People On The Planet

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Save 66% on this live and on-demand yoga class subscription

TL;DR: A one-year subscription to a YogaWorks All-Access Live and On-Demand Plan is on sale for £145.46, saving you 66% on list price.


The season of giving is good for your soul. But it can also lead to unnecessary stress and tension if you don’t take care of yourself. Unwind by starting a yoga practice. This YogaWorks live and on-demand subscription deal can help you get into a groove — and for a limited time, it’s almost £300 off.

A one-year subscription to YogaWorks is typically £438, but the cost is now just £145.46.

YogaWorks brings over 30 years of yoga teaching experience into your living room (or office, bedroom, sunroom, front porch, back garden, or wherever else you wish). You can enjoy some of the most popular styles of yoga — including Vinyasa, Yin, Iyengar, pilates, and more — taught by some of the top teachers around.

There are over 1,300 on-demand yoga classes you can choose from and practice on your own schedule. But if you need live feedback and instructions to truly understand, you’ll want to stream some of the live classes. There are over 25 live-stream yoga classes available each day, and you can enjoy convenient and effective two-way communication from the teachers during these classes.

As you get into a groove that works for you, you can create playlists of your favourite classes, or take part in the journey series to help you set and achieve your goals. The journey series is particularly helpful for those diving into yoga as their resolution for the new year. YogaWorks keeps you focused on your practice for the entire year. 

Don’t let stress get to you — shift your focus to self-care with the YogaWorks All-Access Live and On-Demand Plan, on sale for just £145.46 for a full year. That’s about 66% off its usual cost.


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Virginia’s new AG wastes little time before announcing major investigations

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Boomers Are Sharing Things That Gen Z’ers And Millennials Will Never Understand And It’s Mostly True, TBH

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Apple CarKey is reportedly coming to more cars soon

In 2020, Apple launched CarKey, a feature that lets you add a digital key for your car to your iPhone or Apple Watch. The feature, however, was only made available to owners of new BMWs. According to a new report, this should change fairly soon.

In the latest edition of his Power On newsletter, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman says Apple is looking into expanding CarKey to work with cars from other manufacturers. Gurman says the next cars to get CarKey support will be models from Hyundai and Hyundai’s luxury Genesis line of vehicles. He says the new feature will roll out by the summer, and cites recent findings in iOS 15’s code, which point to expansion of CarKey.

Hyundai and Apple made headlines together in January 2021, when it was reported that the two companies are talking about jointly developing an autonomous car. A month later, Hyundai said it was no longer in talks with Apple about that deal, though reports said Apple had also been talking to other car manufacturers.

In his newsletter, Gurman also shared some details about Apple’s rumored upcoming augmented/virtual reality headset. According to Gurman, the headset will likely cost more than $2,000. The headset will be expensive not only be due to Apple’s traditionally high margins, but also because it will pack some seriously powerful tech, Gurman says — including multiple 8K displays and two chips, one of which will be “on par” with the M1 Pro, the chip that powers the new MacBook Pro computers.

Gurman says the headset will primarily be intended for gaming, media consumption, and communication.

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