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That is, 5 websites that promise to keep you in the know and know-how.
John Nack on Adobe (Blog)
There’s more than just Adobe stuff here, folks. As a senior Product Manager at Adobe, John knows whats going on in the industry. His blog features links to interesting articles on design, photography, technology and of course Adobe related news. Its updated daily and worth a look just as often.
Logo Pond
Looking for inspiration? Curious about the latest trends in logo design? Come on in, the water’s fine.
InDesign Secrets
“The Independent Resource for All Things InDesign” The tagline says it all. Can’t figure out why its such a pain in the ass to print from CS3? Have another intricate question that you can’t search under the Help menu? Go here.
The Graphic Mac (Blog)
This blogs combines to communities that go hand-in-hand. Find out about the latest plug=ins for your Adobe apps and how to tweak your iPhone, all in one place. A great daily read.
You Suck at Photoshop
Bored with the same ol’ tutorial format? Here is a series of Photoshop tutorials that offer an interesting twist…entertainment! Nothing here for advanced Photoshop users to actually learn, but nonetheless, you will be entertained. And hey, your not exactly goofing off since its educational, right?

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