I own a set of these. I sell beer for a living and it's a hard ass job, murdered many a pair of head phones and short circuited even more Bluetooth headsets until I found these things. Sound is dope and my ears are open still so I can legit hear both. And if some shit is too loud overpowering the sound from the headset all I gotta do is plug an ear and boom instant clarity over that semi truck that just drove by.
Full disclosure: not a shill not an affiliate link, these things are just super kick ass and wanted to share.
Here's what I'd go about doing:
Incorporate: Get all the things you need to be a legal, viable business. S-Corp or LLC Or whatever (talk to a professional, I am not one, and can not tell you what you need for your thing) and get that EIN number for your business.
This is important, because for a lot of awesome dropshipping/wholesale companies they want hard proof that you are a legitimate, working business. One such company is Bangalla (organic foods/items for sale, drop-shipped for you), and they will not let you join their network WITHOUT this, but you'll be able to offer products that others might not.
Like I said, there's a bunch of companies like that, so if you have an idea of what you want to sell, specifically, take the time and research a company that will dropship/wholesale for you.
That will cost around $500-$1000-ish (I think).
From there, I'd set up an online store. Shopify makes it really easy to get set up fast, but if you want more than 14 days to try it out and make money with it (sometimes it takes longer, you know?) Head on over to https://stacksocial.com/free and scroll down. 60 day shopify trial? Don't mind if I do.
From here, I would look for my products, set up my store, and then start putting money into Branding, interesting things for the website, and driving traffic.
Work on your conversions, spend some money to learn how to work paid traffic (facebook ads, bing ads, google ads, youtube ads) as these will work harder and faster than trying to generate traffic for free. Also set up some retargeting, as this can bring back people who may have left the cart/site earlier but they still wanted to buy.
TL;DR: Become a business, find dropshippers/wholesalers, sell product, pay for traffic, make money.
This week I want to rec my favorite Xposed Modules and a couple apps
ActivityForceNewTask- This makes it so apps open a new task instead so you can switch back and forth among them. (Also use gravitybox and set up long press for last app so much easier than that annoying bubble app that is popular right now)
Advance Power Menu- This gives you more options for your power menu. Has options for Recovery Mode and Bootloader Mode.
Bootmanager- Lets you set apps to run at startup.
Complete Action Plus- I get sick of long lists of apps to open things with. This fixes that and allows only those things you actually use to be in the menu.
DonkeyGuard- Xprivacy doesn't work for me, this is a great alternative. Restrict what permissions apps have.
StatusbarVolume- Don't want the volume to block your view to your apps? This moves the volume to the statusbar.
XtendedNavbar-This gives you three pages of Navbar. One page with media controls and another with things you'd find in a power toggle.
Blinkist- Currently free for 3 months with deal. It allows you to have compacted non-fiction books, may be too simplistic, but gives a quick overview before you delve into a 4-5 hr book. Thanks to /u/koprofile and Android Police for introducing me! Linkme: Blinkist
Mantano Reader- Best ereading app on the market. In my opinion, everything absolutely sucks in comparison. Great UI, with the ability to tweak almost every aspect of the reading experience, also allows for ODPS so you can add Calibre to your libraries and never have to worry about moving books. Linkme: Mantano
Alos- Is my favorite icon pack to date. It's rounded squares as I hate circles. Tersus is my second fave. Linkme: Alos, Linkme: Tersus
To clarify, the FreedomPop account is for free data when on the go (500 mb/month, which can easily be increased to 1 gb/month for free). Their service gives unlimited calling/texts, but I use my Google # for everything because calls & texts consume so little data in the first place. If 1 gb isn't enough, extra data is very cheap.
Not all phones are supported, but most will work. There are also some cheap deals for supported phones that include a subscription (that I'd recommend canceling) to their premium services. Galaxy S3, Moto E, iPhone 5. These are all certified used, but mine came in mint condition.
Edit: freedompop IS for data on the go. I use WiFi when available otherwise
My advice is just use a VPN to cover your ass. stacksocial.com has quite a few available, relatively inexpensive, with lifetime subscriptions. The reason for this advice is that even though your ISP provider, be it iTV3, Metronet, or brandx may not recognize or care about dcma or p2p file sharing, it doesn't mean that they can't be subpoenaed for your information, or be ordered by a court to turn it over. $30 to $60 for a lifetime VPN subscription is better than fines, damage/loss judgement costs, court costs, and IP bans.
But you can buy it via StackSocial, it is also legit!
With code BFSAVE40 it will be just 35,40$
What about this site,
It says it is normally 499$ but I can get it now for the LOW LOW PRICE of 39$. Seems shady they have all these "AMAZING SALES SAVE 94%!"
Is this legit.. which would be a better choice.
Absolutely 100% get the lifetime stacksocial deal. https://stacksocial.com/sales/adguard-personal-plan-lifetime-subscription
Basically, make an account with adguard and then when you buy the stack social deal it’ll give you a code to redeem in your account. Then you just log into your adguard account on any device you want (Mac, windows, iOS app, etc) and you’re good to go. On iOS, you’d use the free app. The paid app on iOS is it’s own separate product that acts as a license just for iOS, but it’s a way better option to just use an adguard account in the free app.
I bought the family lifetime plan and use it for all my devices. 10/10 worth it for $30.
Edit: just realized you said CAD, my comment is U.S. prices and I’m assuming it’s still eligible for purchase in Canada
For a good group of classes try the humble coding bundle.
Name your own price for access to over 80 hours of content.
You don't really need to drop money on a degree to get into programming, you just need to prove you have experience. Start trying to get freelance work if you can, if not build websites or apps as concepts for a portfolio. Network if you can by going to places like http://meetup.com to find groups of programmers around you. Good luck!
I use r/Tello and like it. Affordable, has all the features I need, reliable phone service, and good customer service. If you decide to go with r/Tello, there’s a promo going on right now. Also, definitely use a referral code so you can get $10 in credit and so does the other person. If you need one, send me a chat and I’ll share mine.
Good deals pop up frequently for yearly VPN services. I also use privateinternetaccess but any decent one will do.
Edit: here's one https://stacksocial.com/sales/private-internet-access-vpn?aid=a-qdg54o31
Edit again: I just saw this deal today posted on techdirt (looks like an affiliate link FYI, but not mine and Techdirt is great) $69 for lifetime subscription: https://deals.techdirt.com/sales/lifetime-of-purevpn?utm_source=techdirt.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=lifetime-of-purevpn
yeah, signed up immediately! if you are looking for a deal, checkout the lifetime subscription offered at engadget/socialstack
1 year for $19
3 year for $24
5 year for $39.99
Lifetime for $69
Usually there's a discount via code available for further discount on these prices towards the end of the year.
I wouldn't consider it "safe" to use any torrent engine unless you're using a vpn.
Are you wondering about the content you're downloading? or the risk of legal action?
For a cloud backup solution, i recommend Degoo.
Its different to cloud storage like MEGA, GDrive, Dropbox e.t.c.
This literally makes a backup of your Android or PC storage with the same folder path structure for organized restoring.
Also, you can get up to 10TB of storage space if you apply for the offer via Slacksocial
I myself got this offer, and have practically unlimited space. The Android app is very good, and upload speeds are good on the desktop windows client with "Turbo Mode" enabled.
Offer ends in 19 hours!
>I'm certain some people on Fiverr make much better covers than I possibly could
Don't be so sure. I was very unhappy with my Fiverr covers. I got several done from several different sources that had great ratings, but they were practically unusable. They were just awful and it really discouraged me that I'd already wasted more money than I would be making for probably months.
So I gave up and spent two hours watching Pixlr and PS tutorials on youtube. Almost immediately I was making WAY better covers than the people I'd paid. The problem is that some of the people on there are outright amateurs masquerading as experienced designers, but even the people who are actually skilled at that sort of thing aren't going to commit a whole lot of time to your cover when they are only making a couple of bucks from it. That's totally understandable, but it's just not worth it.
Like /u/WillowHartxxx said, PS isn't really that complicated. Spend a few minutes watching tutorial videos and you can do some impressive stuff with even a superficial understanding of the tools.
As for getting the stock photos if you haven't done that yet, I found this link in an old post here and was surprised to find that the offer is still valid. Using the site was a great experience. I just cancelled today after the tenth day, but I will probably go back for a paid subscription once I get caught up on my writing.
I don't think Adguard Pro has a license.
You can purchase Adguard Premium with a 3-device license for $20 from Stack Social though.
Daca vreti AdGuard Premium, exista oferta "lifetime" la $30 pe StackSocial. Cred ca exista si un cupon de 30% reducere (DN30), dar nu l-am incercat.
Eu l-am cumparat de mai bine de un an la pret intreg, sunt foarte multumit.
take this into consideration too, flexibility across device/PC/mac
if only using iOS and all under one Apple ID, get Adguard Pro since you only need to pay once.
You can get it for $50.15 with using the Promo Code BOO15* over at StackSocial. The Windscribe Staff did promote the Lifetime membership for some time here on the Sub but mentioned that they won't offer that Sale for much longer then it currently does run so they stopped actually promoting if here on the Sub.
You can use the Promo Code when you have added the Life Time Membership position to your basket in the upper right corner after you click on Checkout.
*= The code is form the current Halloween 2018 Sale so it might only work over the weekend. Don't blame me if it does stop working suddenly on monday.
If you're the type who likes online courses and videos, stacksocial had an android app bundle on sale. I'll see if I can find it for you.
Edit: found it!
Skip the blogspam
The only resaonable argument for a VPN, is when using at public WiFi or watching a streaming service from another country. It of Course depends on your needs?
Remember its just anothers system you use ;)
Have a look here for a cheap option.
There are some OK offers, so you can try it out.
Why not just post the StackSocial link directly instead of this shady URL shortened version?
Also: in case anyone was wondering like me, This plan is only available to new users
This plan is only available to new users
I've been using it on my PC, Tablet and Smartphone and no issues whatsoever. Besides, Windscribe advertises themselves that you can use it on unlimited devices.
Sounds good. I dig around a lot with the content blockers, VPNs and other tracker blockers.
I asked Disconnect about the change to iOS with the blocking of those types of apps, they said they were monitoring closely and since they are a “tracking blocker” Apple hasn’t said anything to them. It seems ad blocking just happens to work at the same time with their products. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
I currently use Firefox Focus (Safari content blocker) with Disconnect Pro on all the time.
Not saying to buy it - would be nice to have a trial or something but here is the lifetime link - there is also coupon on the site for 20% off
EDIT: noticed the premium app has a 1 week trial - Disconnect Premium Privacy and Performance by Disconnecthttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disconnect-premium-privacy-and-performance/id935480186?mt=8
Same here. You can't really know the value of privacy until you've lost it, so better safe than sorry.
PIA can occasionally be found on daily deals sites btw, save some money
Step 1: Make an account or login with facebook
Step 2: share it, like it.
Step 3: redeem it after confirming.
This site has lots of other freebies if you want to go and look at them ---> Link
Don't skimp on the safety. You can get a good one for like 2 bucks/month.
Here's a decent deal
iDrive are currently running a $19.99 special. 1 year of 1tb online backups, from multiple devices. It's the cheapest online backup solution I've seen, but it only has another 10 days on the special.
It's not quiet, but not as bad as I was expecting. It has adjustable temperature too, so sometimes in the summer when it's gross outside I stand on it to cool off for a minute.
This is the one I have.
On macOS you can install Adguard for Mac (from Adguard’s website, not from the Mac AppStore) and use it for 14 days for free. On iOS install Adguard for Safari from the AppStore. Just try them and see if they work for you.
If you like them then you can pay a subscription per year or buy a lifetime license, either Individual (3 devices) or Family (9 devices). It’s all explained on Adguard’s website. Personally I bought a discounted lifetime license from stacksocial. It’s $20 for the Individual Plan and $30 for the 9 device Family Plan.
Hope that helps.
AdGuard. I have a lifetime license on multiple devices. StackSocial has them cheap every once in awhile. I went through them to get two licenses for a fire tv and kindle fire.
VPN unlimited lifetime is about $40 through Social Stack
Use that, set VPN to UK, buy AEW+ on fite.tv
There is a higher initial cost, but this will help you with lower monthly charges, and PPVs will only be $20
They said stacksocial is valid. Here is the link
https://stacksocial.com/?rid=10524251 also use coupon code OIUFSANR for 20% off . They have nanos instock. I ordered 2 and recieved within 5 days. They ship from pennsylvania.usa.
Agreed with rizalripin. Give AG a try with the free trial. I did, and couldn't face going back to Blokada. I bought the lifetime code.
If you didn't know already, AG is on sale at StackSocial: https://stacksocial.com/sales/adguard-personal-plan-lifetime-subscription
Just in time, my PIA sub from last year is just now expiring. But on that website they have a lifetime subscription to "FastestVPN" for $11.47. I'm going to give that a try before I buy another PIA subscription, I'm not sure it was PIA's fault or if it's my ISP's fault (I'm leaning towards it being my ISP's) but their VPN connection would constantly timeout on me and disconnect when I was downloading large files.
I've never heard of "FastestVPN" but I'm not too concerned about actual privacy, I just want to torrent shit without my ISP seeing.
Stack Social has a whole bunch of different wireless earbuds for the discerning shopper. I actually bought a pair of these just to try them out (I can't wear regular Apple earphones so I wasn't about to shell out $200 for ones I would lose). I keep them in my backpack for emergencies.
Could be 2 reasons:
1 - your ISP is messing with you.
2 - free servers are crowded.
I've used 20GB (PRO) and currently connected to the Mexico server and speeds are good. Seriously, jump on this deal - https://stacksocial.com/sales/3-year-windscribe-vpn
.... glad i did!
I use Windscribe. Works almost anywhere, including 443. I use it so the site thinks I’m visiting from a particular country. Multiplatform, so I’ve got it installed on my iPhone as well as my MacBook. Getting the lifetime price at StackSocial was a no-brainer for me.
I’m in México so it’ll be on a bunch of channels, on a loop. But to watch anything else on my Roku I use Getflix DNS, you can change regions and watch it on the iBBC app. You can get a lifetime subscription from here https://stacksocial.com/sales/getflix-lifetime-subscription
Disclaimer- I have nothing to do with these companies and don’t care if anyone buys anything. It’s just what I use and works for me.
Stack Social almost always has a lifetime subscription up for grabs. I vouch for it. Might want to get it now as I've only ever seen the price for these go up.
A VPN or SmartDNS service might be needed. You also need to create new US account on the Roku site. Try it without a VPN or SmartDNS configured, and report back if things work.
Follow the instructions on one of these two sites.
If things don't work, you might need a SmartDNS service configured at the very least. I purchased my lifetime sub to Getflix for about $40CAD after using coupons, from Stacksocial over a year ago.
The current promo has expired, but it seems to reappear every fews weeks/months.
If you don't have a VPN provider already, I recently found a great deal. Avira phanton vpn 1 year subscription is $8.30 but i think the deal is ending tommorrow. Usually 1 year subscriptions cost between 40 to 60 USD.
The deal on StackSocial is legitimate, yes.
There's a couple other vendors that sell the Lifetime license as well. If you wanna verify if another one is legit, just reply here with the link and I'll let you know.
I'm sorry u already bought a sub, before hearing all our recommendations... I suggest getting a PIA subscription and enabling the internet kill switch (they have great documentation and explanation on what this is)
I've used them for 5 years so I trust them
Stack social is running a 2yr for 60$ promotion
Or the main site
Side tip: you could split the cost of the VPN with someone else like I did because they allow up to 5(unless it's changed) connections at the same time
Using BitTorrent itself is not illegal, yes. But you're on /r/Piracy, so I'm presuming you're downloading pirated content - that is illegal (in most territories).
If you're serious in wanting to torrent, then get a VPN. Pay $70USD for a lifetime subscription for your favourite provider from StackSocial, set it up, and torrent to your hearts content.
Even de site in de gaten houden, soms is deze goedkoper. Is meteen een lifetime abo.
Heb hem zelf ook; server in Luxemburg doet toevallig torrents, servers in NL niet.
Try /r/windscribe VPN.
Free version is: 1 device, 8 locations, 50GB per month bandwidth allowance using below method.
How to get the Free 50GB p/m allowance:
Click here to go to the Windscribe website.
Click "Sign Up" (top right of page).
Select "Use for Free".
Enter username, password, email, select "Create Free Account".
Go to "My Account" (top right of page), select the option "Claim Voucher" beside Account Status and enter the code 50GBFREE.
Your account dashboard will display the 50GB monthly limit.
If you want premium - Unlimited devices, 45 locations, unlimited bandwidth
There's a good deal on stack social at the minute. You can get 3 year PRO sub for $22, 5 year PRO sub for $40 and lifetime PRO sub for $50
fuboTV carries BeIN and BeIN Espanol, plus BeIN 2 to 10. That's 11 BeIN channels altogether.
Their most expensive plan is $35, but they're running a promo for $21 https://stacksocial.com/sales/fubotv-premier-3-month-subscription
It works really well with DTVN subscribers still on a $35 promo plan, as the combination of two services offers pretty much all of the sports, and still costs less than Vue's most expensive package.
I recommend instead of having a separate VPS, setup Deluge with a VPN in a Docker: https://hub.docker.com/r/binhex/arch-delugevpn/
This set up is super stable for me.
If needed, you can grab a lifetime VPN subscription here: https://stacksocial.com/search?cat=390&query=VPN
I grab a lifetime Windscribe subscription when it was $40 but the price has quadrupled since. Can try one of the other cheaper ones.
~~Ugh BoingBoing is such a rip-off. Just go to to the REAL site of StackSocial.~~
I readily admit that I have no idea how StackCommerce works, but the way it's rebranded just feels phishy to me, so I just go use StackSocial directly.
Scrivener for 50% off! - non-ref
*** What OP meant to say was that the kit is an apparent $520 value with the courses included (link).
Still not worth $520.
I'm only seeing the regular price? $39.95/year, which works out to $3.33/month (52% off the $6.95/month price when you buy only a single month).
Every few months or so PIA offers 2 years for $59.95 (works out to $2.50/month), which is a better deal.
Or if don't mind paying via credit card or PayPal (PIA itself supports other payment options), you can get the same deal anytime via StackSocial.
StackSocial will send you a coupon for 10% off your first purchase if you subscribe to their newsletter (open the page in a private window if the email sign-up doesn't appear). They also occasionally offer coupons for 15% off, such as this Black Friday one (today only, expires midnight Pacific time, so in a bit less than 11 hours): DOORBUSTER
Says it "ends in X days", but AFAIK they always re-up the deal. Bought it a couple months ago when my previous PIA subscription expired. Note that if you're already a PIA subscriber, you'll have to create a new account to use the license code you receive. (That's what they mean by "new customers only", I guess.)
Its kind of a neat gadget in a "stocking-stuffer" kind of way but seems it will lead to more possible problems than help. If your wallet gets wet, its now an issue. If your wallet gets stolen, its now a lot more money to replace. I know I'm being pessimistic but when charging your phone, you're basically putting two VERY valuable "life items" right on top of each other in public which can make it real shitty if a thief swooped both at once. I mean that's everything. Your phone's resources AND your wallet's resources gone at once. And what's the pro? Its a standard battery pack taped to your wallet. Maybe if the battery was a lot thinner (like credit card shaped and thin) and could somehow hold more battery than standard chargers then maybe it would be worth it.
I hope it doesn't sound like I'm mad at you for posting this haha but I'm typing out my thoughts on the product as I was thinking them.
edit: just came across this in this sub: https://stacksocial.com/sales/lithium-card-wallet-battery
I don't know which is more offensive, the price, the fact that it all just screws together with no solder, or the fact that it has no speaker. In an age when you can buy a pretty kick butt Rasberry Pi starter kit for $115 or a Ramsey Electronics kit for a fraction of the price, I honestly cannot even imagine what the folks over at Heathkit are thinking.
Also, 10 bucks before shipping for a plastic cone!? Mind blowing.
A lot of the stock photo sites will do free trials. I think stacksocial is still running a BigStock 10 day free trial.
I don't like the instructor's presenting style. Managed to watch a good chunk of the tutorial but then couldn't resist his style anymore.
Get this IMHP: https://stacksocial.com/sales/amazon-web-services-engineer-course-bundle
It is now $29 but usually it is $289.
One month subscription of CBT nuggets costs more than that.
Blinkist offers detailed 15-minute summaries of some of the most seminal books out there, both current and classic.
And there's a deal going on now where you can save $50.00 on a premium annual subscription. ^Before-Aug-10 .
ETA: I do not work for them; I just think it's a cool deal.
You could try private internet access or VPN Unlimited.
I had PIA for two years, great service, good speedes, clientless access
and proxy support for those "linux distribution" downloads :)
I currently have VPN Unlimited lifetime (100 years) which I got for
40$ I think through stack social.
The site itself, yes.
Downloading the torrents, on the other hand, is not safe. Use a VPN, it's a small price to pay to avoid a lawsuit.
PIA is good, and pretty popular. If torrenting is the only privacy you're concerned about though, just about any VPN that allows it will do (other than the free ones). I use this because it comes out to around $1.20/month.
Edit: just noticed another link a user posted which lists good vpns for torrenting. The one I linked to is #3 on that list
Stacksocial.com occasionally has great bundles. In the past I have bought in bundles Parallels, iStat, Flux, Civ5:BEarth, Screenflow 5, Things2, Crossover, fantastico and many more A-grade stuff which I can't think of off the top of my head. Here is a link to the last one: https://stacksocial.com/sales/ultra-premium-mac-bundle
I actually really like the http://bitfountain.io/ courses. Especially with the swift course, they do a magical job of balancing depth and speed, taking you from what something as basic as what a variable is to full and complex applications surprisingly efficiently.
Just googled for a coupon and found this: https://stacksocial.com/sales/the-complete-ios-8-developers-course-w-swift-pre-release
I posted this before in another thread and it will sound like an advertisement, but stacksocial has a recurring deal for VPN Unlimited of $19 for 3 years (https://stacksocial.com/sales/vpn-unlimited-premium-plan-3-years-of-hacker-protection-more). I have FIOS on the east cost and can barely play at all without using this VPN. One of their VPN connection points is extremely close to the FFXIV data center and I experience no noticable lag when using it. Only thing to note with the VPN is that if you don't have a security token you are going to end up changing your password every time you log in to FFXIV with it. This VPN isn't necessarily specific for gaming, but its a lot cheaper than WTFast.
I'm going a bit off topic here but you might want to grab the chance to get this bundle:
Haven't followed any of the courses in there so I couldn't tell you if it's useful but just a heads-up.
Tracfone is a good brand but that isn't a good value plan. Right now Boost Mobile has for $90 a year 2gb of data a month with unlimited talk and text, which is double the internet per year that $199 plan allows. Boost Mobile Plan
> Koofr 1TB plan equates to $141.60 / yr! That's more expensive than Dropbox which weighs in at 2TB for $119!
He speaks about Lifetime offer
Koofr Cloud Storage: Lifetime Subscription (1TB)
It is onetime payment.
Please find correct info here
Please note that the ongoing promotion is only available for CTemplar signups made by our deal partners. The promotional code can only be applied via the partner deal page and not on an existing CTemplar account. Thank you
For anyone interested in AdGuard Premium, a lifetime subscription is currently available at StackSocial for $30 with a $30 store credit. This is a family plan that supports up to 9 devices. Even if you can’t use the credit and use 3 or fewer devices, there is also the regular plan for $20.
Sim, eles transmitem todos os jogos dos 3 grandes na Primeira Liga (incluído os jogos do Benfica em casa), mais outros 3 (por exemplo esta jornada transmitiram todos os jogos exceto o Arouca vs V. Guimarães, Vizela vs Paços, e Braga vs Tondela).
A VPN que uso é a Keepsolid VPN Unlimited com uma licença vitalícia. Comprei por aqui, 80% de desconto: https://stacksocial.com/sales/vpn-unlimited-lifetime-subscription
FWIW I use Windscribe, got "lifetime" for like 40 USD from Stacksocial. There's always quite good deals for VPNs. Windscribe has servers all over the world and their Turkish server works for Netflix, as a matter of fact I think all their servers works for Netflix. It's quite nice to have TR servers when watching the NT and Olympics etc which TRT is geoblocking.
Its as good as Mint or t-mobile most places I go. I have 2 lines on Mint and 2 lines on Tello. If cost is all you are looking to then Tello is good if you prepay for a year. Check the below and if you signup with referral link I have below they give $10 bonus for you and me. With stacksocial deal you get a year of service for $75 with 1GB data/month and unlimited talk and text.
Yeah best Adguard VPN deal I’ve found anywhere is the $29 5 year deal on stacksocial https://stacksocial.com/sales/adguard-vpn-5-yr-subscription
They’re probably thinking of the regular lifetime subscription
The Personal tier is for 3 devices, while Family tier is 9 devices. StackSocial have much cheaper offer.
as much as i want to see this privacy oriented email being successful, their pricing is one of the expensive ones in the industry.
You guys really should revise the pricing strategy. And i dont like seeing lifetime subscription on stacksocial as well.
I’m pretty sure your license is just for your device/Apple account. When you say you bought premium, did you subscribe to the monthly fee?
Regardless, I highly recommend the lifetime stack social deal. I got the family plan on there, it’s good for up to 9 devices for forever. The personal I believe supports 3 devices
Take a look at their stacksocial deals too. You can get unlimited talk and text with 1gb a month for a full 12 months for $67.15. Stacks with the $20 referral deal (use that to buy your paygo when you want it)
Going to cost you a little bit more for the year for a lot more.
The problem with a lot of the non-official Unity courseware out there is that they often don't prepare you for independence. They're typically rather "cookie cutter" or "follow this script and don't ever veer off" type situations. Worse still are those that dump their pre-written game management and behaviour scripts on you, so you never really learn how to assemble them for yourself from scratch.
The best Unity courseware I've seen outside of Unity Learn is Jonathan Weinberger's Unity Authorized courses. Every other video in those courses is a homework challenge requiring you to think hard and look things up for yourself. Like a well designed game, each challenge gradually builds upon knowledge you've gained prior, so that you have all the mental tools necessary to proceed. He actively encourages you to diverge from his source code too. The two courses I'm recalling, Ultimate Guide To and C# Survival Guide were freely available on Unity Learn for some time, but they may have now been removed. You can still get them as part of a bundle on StackSkills and via Udemy. They're a great starting point. Just make sure to install the same version of Unity as used in the videos.
To establish a baseline I did the Whizlabs practice exams for the fundamentals. Surprised how well I did on AI. I took AZ-500 and found I did terrible in two areas, so that was my study focus.
Take their AZ-303 test and see your comfort level. Microsoft Azure Exam AZ-303 Certification | Whizlabs
As always use the discount code - Whizlabs Online Certifications: Lifetime Membership | StackSocial
$129 lifetime beats $99 annual all day :)
YW. I have been reading over one titled Java 12, I dont like the way he starts off with Maven which sort of complicates the introduction of programs and using class names... still he explains the ideas better than some of the video courses I have tried. However its not a good one for practicing along with , so I will try headfirst Java after this one.
Since you mentioned the Java cookbook Ill share a link to a bundle I saw earlier, but ... I have not bought books through them so please do some checking before you do.
Their video courses Ive purchased have been legit, but again no experience with their e-books.
How is Whizlabs? Is that any good? I've seen some deals floating around on the internet for a lifetime membership purchasable on stacksocial.com I want to know if I should bother buying it?
The site is legit. There are black friday deals, but I have no time right now to research the codes.
I love AdGuard. You can get the lifetime subscription for $20 (covers three devices). This is where I got it. I use it for my personal iPhone and MBP and my work MBP.
StackSocial has Tello unlimited talk, text, and 2gb of LTE data for $49 for 6 months. Sign up with your email and get an additional 10% off. There are 20% off codes out there too. I received a 20% code via email for the 4th of July. Comes out to be $6.50 a month for 20% off, or $7.33 a month for 10% off.
A couple times a year they do have sales which allow you to buy more then a year. So if you wait you will be able to buy a couple of years at a good price.
Try this one , which is the same, but see if their coupon FLASHSAVE40 still works, if so you get 40% off,
You can't "buy" a beta license, but using this form again and explaining your situation will (hopefully) get you another key.
If you're looking for a cheap, lifetime license, check out stack social.
Three weeks, but I didn't study on the weekends. I have access to the paid version of Linux Academy. It's nice to be provided with real hands-on labs on Azure and to also have the possibility to play around a bit on Azure using their playground.
Stacksocial has a lifetime membership of Whizlabs on sale right now (https://stacksocial.com/sales/whizlabs-lifetime-membership) and they also have a AZ-103 course. While I can't speak from experience myself yet, I read that their sets of questions should be good for preparation. I'll use them in my preparation for the AZ-400 exam. They don't provide you with hands-on lab environments though.
Actually you can get the Cloudmounter for 14,99$ in the bundle https://stacksocial.com/sales/the-mac-power-user-bundle. With code FIREWORKS15, the price will be ~ 12.50$
>Cisdem PDF Converter OCR
I did search my mail to make sure I didn't get this one in some bundle, but no luck.
I downloaded the trial though and it's nice. Did great on my test documents!
Found it for ~~$15~~ $13.50 (code DAD10) at https://stacksocial.com/sales/pdf-converter-ocr-6-lifetime-license
The Spanish course really is good and covers much more than just beginner content (it goes up to B2). The courses for other languages aren't as great, though. The French one is very good, but the Italian one stops offering any grammar explanations at some point, their Polish one doesn't even have any and the Japanese one stops giving any after two or three lessons. Good luck trying to learn Japanese like that. So it really depends on the language.
I got a two-year subscription via https://stacksocial.com/sales/busuu-premium-1-year-subscription and I think it's worth that.
I use one of these with a 400GB uSD card in it loaded with personal videos -
Works great and supports simultaneous charging while in use. The app supplied with it has no problem streaming 5GB video files.
Windscribe actually has lifetime deals constantly. For example Stacksocial has one for $69 at the moment. I bought it a while ago and I never experienced any major issues. The fact that you can use it on an unlimited number of devices is a really nice side benefit.
Not free, but a while ago I got a lifetime subscription to Windscribe VPN for about $35 from
They have deals all the time for different VPN providers, my advice would be to see what's on offer at the moment and see what kind of reviews they have.
I think you only need a VPN to sign up for BitMex and they don't check after you've registered, so you could use Tunnelbear or similar free one to sign up, then change your password afterwards when you've disconnected from it.
I don't know offhand. On Black Friday, I paid $70 for the Sutra, and another vendor had them marked two for the price of one. Two for one is kinda a dumb way to sell vapes, LoL, but there it is.
Here is a Hippie Rebel for $85:
I don't know anything about either of those sites, they just popped up on google.
There are many sales and coupon codes floating around, just look under a few rocks and you will probably end up with a good deal.
You can always get this
(Expired code) Use code 'MMSAVE' to get the price down to $12.37 for 3 years.
Link for stacksocial
Edit use : GETSAFE
Which will bring it down to $18.00:)
There's still some nice deals to be had individually
Its a great service honestly, I have the lifetime and not had a problem so far and use it on 3 personal devices.
I use Windscribe and it's decent. Do your due diligence and research before buying one. This is a good resource.
You can get a lifetime Windscirbe account for $38 from StackSocial with a coupon code of "MMSAVE"
Deal Fuel usually has a few options for Lifetime VPNs for around or under $50
You can get a lifetime Windscirbe account for $38 from StackSocial with a coupon code of "MMSAVE"