We have a different sort of deal for you today, a training video series from Apple's former Mac Evangelist, Guy Kawasaki. It's called The Essential Guide to Entrepreneurship, and it's designed to teach people entrepreneurial skills. Comprised of more than 56 lectures and four hours of video content, this course offers "insights on everything from refining your product idea to engaging your customers." There's additional information on the deal listing.
Check out the Twist Plus World Charging Station, a global charging station for your MacBook and your mobile devices, too. It includes retractable prongs for the world's major voltage systems (hence the world charging), all made compact and portable through a twisting mechanism. It also includes four ports for your mobile devices around the twisting ring. That's clever. Through our deal, you can get Twist for $34.99. Check out the video on the deal page for more about the device.
Today's deal is for the SKEYE Nano Drone Matte-Black Limited Edition. This tiny drone fits in your hand, has built-in LEDs for flying at night and getting UFO hunters all revved up, and a 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity. What's that mean? It means tricks and stunts. You can get this device through us for $39.99. There's a very dramatic video on the deal listing showing the device, so check it out.
We have a deal on Blackblaze, a cloud backup solution for your Mac or Windows PC. Backblaze offers unlimited storage for your backups, and through our deal you can get a one year subscription for just $24.99. Backups are automatic, too. There's a video introduction to the service from Backblaze's CEO on the deal listing. Check it out for more information.
Let's face it: we all need more lasers in our lives. AMIRIGHT? Enter iPin Laser Pointer for iPhone, a laser pointer you plug into your headphone jack. Combined with a free companion app, you can use this device for presentations and annoying the cat, too. You can get this little beauty for $42.99 through our deal, so check it out.
We have a deal on PDFpen 7 from Smile Software. This all-purpose PDF editor for the Mac not only allows you to make changes to PDF documents, it has a built-in OCR tool for taking scanned text and making it editable. You can export to Microsoft Word, block sensitive passages, and store frequently-used signatures and other images. You can get this software through our deal for $37, half off the retail price. There's also a pulldown menu that will let you get PDFpen Pro for $62, also half off.
Apparently TMO readers are a handy bunch, because our deals on specialized tools are quite popular. Check out the Rapid Repair Tool Bundle that includes: T6 star screwdriver, T4 star screwdriver, Small Phillips screwdriver, Small flathead screwdriver, Tri-wing screwdriver, Pentalobe screwdriver, 2 nylon safe-open case tools, Metal spudger, Nylon spudger, and a Suction cup. Through our deal you can get it for $14.99.
Scrivener from Literature & Latte is an amazing piece of software for writers. I've been using it for years for several fiction projects, including a novel—I can't imagine trying to organize any large writing project without it. John Martellaro reviewed it for TMO, and he loves it, too. The best thing, though, is that our friends at Stack Social were able to work an extension to our deal on this great product. You can get it for $19.50. If you've ever even thought about writing, you should get Scrivener today. This deal is good for OS X or Windows—there's a pulldown menu on the deal listing for you to choose which version you want, but our link goes straight to the Mac version.
We have a deal for you today on the MOS Cable Organizer. It's essentially a base with a magnetic field just strong enough to hold the ends of your charging cables and other cables (USB, etc.). That helps keep your cables organized, and you always know where the important end is. I have one, and I think they're very cool. These devices retail for $25, but through our deal it's yours for $11.99. If you're one of those weirdos who shops for holiday gifts early (I'm looking at you, Mom), this would make a great stocking stuffer.
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