Have we reached peak delivery service? Just in case you had a craving for airline food for some reason, there’s now a company in Germany that will bring it to you. Air Food One is a subscription food delivery service that has teamed up with grocery company AllYouNeed.com and LGS Sky Chefs to bring leftover airline food right to the door of anyone living in Germany – the service is only available there for now.
LSG Chefs provides meals for many international air carriers, including German airline Lufthansa. Food is delivered once a week (every Wednesday night, to be exact). LSG Chefs says it’s a good second market for food that would normally just be thrown out. The cost is 9-10 Euros or about $12 U.S. dollars. Those who’ve signed up for delivery can choose classic or vegetarian options, just like on a real airline.
Adobe reports that its Creative Cloud online service, which powers access to some 16 creative applications including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and their helper resources, is not accessible online anywhere in the world.
Adobe said in a statement:
Adobe login is currently offline, impacting access to some Adobe services. We apologize for the disruption. We have identified the cause and are working to restore the service as quickly as possible. We will share updates on Twitter at @AdobeCare.
We’ll keep this post updated as Adobe brings the service back online.
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