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I currently use NameCheap for most of my domains. And I would recommend them, as they offer a wide range of extensions, and, well, rather cheap names. ;) (*Referral/affiliate link: https://affiliate.namecheap.com/?affId=1189)
To compare prices/registrars for various domain extensions, you may want to check out domcomp.com.
Isn't the PixelBook based on Chrome OS? Is Adobe Lightroom and Figma available for Chrome OS?
I think the target audience for paid stock is very different than the ‘fans of free’. ;) (People who are willing to pay for more or less good [stock] photos probably won't need any free stock sites/resources. So to answer your question, I would likely recommend focussing on free for now.)
The (free) ones I remember from the top of my head would be Pexels & Pixabay.
I think having only one actual digital file (for what before variable font technology were to be a whole family/set of fonts) is going to be proving extremely useful. Also potentially having sooo many more (in·between) options when it comes to weights and widths sounds intriguing. (Amateurs/newbies/freefontfans are sure going to abuse the hell out of its finer features, but so have they always done with lousy, bad quality fonts in the past, and will for sure in the future with other/newer technologies.) I read quite a bit about variable fonts before, but actually hearing in person (and getting it explained) from a font engineer recently made it much more clearer and sure opened my eyes (and mind). ;)
Good chairs & seats (& couches) · Good tables & desks · Good pens · Good paper
Maybe you'll like https://milanote.com? (As originally seen/mentioned on DesignerNews)
You may like Milanote.
I looove it. This is incredibly useful (and beautiful). I am really, really, really looking forward to (beta–testing) and using this. (And to the final product in 2017.)
[To HELL with Pinterest. ;) And I never really used Google Keep much.]
http://www.wowa.me (*Their tag line literally is ‘Unsplash for Music’. ;)
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