Adobe CS6 is finally here!

It’s here! On May 7th, Adobe launched its collection of four Creative Suite 6 collections as well as 14 CS6 individual applications! They’re all available for new purchase or as upgrades. The new Creative Cloud and its subscription-based offerings will be available Friday, May 11th.

So, are you upgrading? Buying new? Don’t forget to take advantage of their generous student/educator discount!

Silhouette 25% off sale for iNSD and Mom (or you)

Silhouette 25% off saleI’ve been coveting the Cameo and waiting for a good sale and figured they’d do one right about now with Mother’s Day coming up – and here it is! Unfortunately, it doesn’t count towards the Cameo, darn it!

However, if you were also waiting to get some accessories, starter kits, the cool tote, or the designer software, this is a really great time to fill up your shopping cart and get 25% off the total at silhouetteamerica.com.

The sale only runs through May 8th, so hurry up and go get some goodies for yourself or your mom…I did! I can’t wait to dive into the designer software. Don’t forget to use promo code ROSES at checkout.

But wait! Are you like me and still need the Silhouette Cameo machine? You can get the machine and the vinyl starter kit bundle from Amazon for only $269.99 (and free 2-day shipping for Prime members) = a savings of 69.99! Click here to get your Cameo.

I know what I’ll be doing for International Scrapbooking Day (iNSD)…playing with my new toys! You can be sure that I’ll start with some Celtic patterns.  🙂

 

 

 

OMG! Watch a Single Mother Go To Jail and an Anaconda Cough Up a Hippo Video and You Can Win a Free iPad and Get $5000 Free FarmVille Dollars!

DON’T CLICK IT!!!

If you spend much time on Facebook or Twitter I’m sure you’ve seen people’s posts on silly things like this. You may even have been given the chance to “get a free Apple iPad by signing up to test the product – it really works!” You probably won’t be surprised to learn that it’s all a scam. The con artists are usually trying to get you to add a premium cell-phone service and sucker your unwitting friends in with you.

Once you follow a Twitter link or become a fan of the Facebook offering, you’re often asked to give info on friends or get them to be fans, too, then redirected to something that looks like an Apple page, but is quickly replaced by a pop-up. One thing leads to another and pretty soon your mobile phone account is getting charged $10 a month until you cancel. All the while losing Facebook friends and Twitter followers.

Check out this YouTube video that explains more about these types of scams.

The SophosLabs (computer security and threat specialists) YouTube site contains a lot more videos about real security threats and other FB scams you may come across. Sorry, no overly stuffed anacondas, though. 😉

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