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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

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    If you can't make the full three-day training conference, how about a FREE Expo-only Pass for the upcoming Photoshop World Conference & Expo coming up in Vegas in like 8 days? That way, you can check out the show floor, see some cool gear, check out Adobe's tradeshow booth and all the fun stuff at the Expo portion of the show. These passes are $20 at the door, but if you register for your free pass now, online, B&H Photo will pick up the tab for your Expo pass (how sweet is that! Makes you want to click on their link up there, as your personal way of saying thanks, doesn't it?).  You can visit the show floor either day: > Thursday, September 5th > Friday, September 6th If you’ve never been to our Expo floor, it is truly awesome! There are lots of classes running on the Expo floor;…

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    Above: The rear view, with the included combination lock attached to the PNY hinge-link.  A few weeks back I reviewed MacLock's "MacBook Pro Security Bracket" for securing your laptop from theft when unattended (here's the link). When I posted that review, a few of the commenters pointed me to PNY's new "ThinkSafe" lock for the MacBook Pro Retina display model, so I immediately ordered it to do a comparison (and here we go!). How it works Basically, this works by having you slide a hard, thin piece of metal between the hinge in your laptop's lid so it sticks out of the back of your MacBook Pro (scroll way down to see a close up of it). There's a small hole in the end (the part that sticks out) and the lock hooks right through it (and you wrap the lock around something that…

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