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Modern Dream House: Bridge House by 123DV

  Check out this sweet dream pad built by The International firm 123DV. This latest creation is in Achterhoek, The Netherlands situated in a giant grassy outdoor area with  beautiful surroundings. With a sustainable touch in many areas this dream pad also makes some serious sense. Sporting super Eco friendly assets like …

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IMPOSSIBLE SX-70 CAMERA – GOLD EDITION

I Love Golllddd! Those are the iconic words spoken by the “Goldfinger” character in the Austin Power movies series, and it’s something the good folks from The Impossible Project took to heart. The Impossible Project take their ultra creative Polarid SX70 a golden makeover, adding anodized aluminum panels to the …

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Major Photography Trends in 2013

As the landscape of technology changes, so does the landscape of photography. This has always been the case, ever since the very first apparatus for capturing images on celluloid was created. Of course since the advent of digital photography new camera models have been released at an exponential rate on …

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Launch a music career in just five steps

Production and Marketing for your music career made cost effective for independent talent 1. Don’t reinvent the wheel These days there are so many great tools, samples, instrumentals, and software programs to make or mix music you should be able to find the right resources to build upon without having …

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The Joy of Bob Ross

Today would have been Bob Ross’s 70th birthday and it seems only fitting to give the man who gave us “happy little trees” a few moments of remembrance today. Ross was born in Orlando, Florida on October 29th, 1942 and spent his youth there with his brother Jim. At the …

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A Dickens of a Question!

  It could be a pub quiz question. ‘Who was William Sykes?’ Answer – NOT a villainous, bull terrier-loving character out of a Dickens novel!  was a British manufacturer of footballs, and – according to records held in Germany – was the first to file a patent for goalkeeping gloves …

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My Summary of the Scarlet Letter

My Summary of the Scarlet Letter

The Scarlet Letter, a novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne The book explores how religious beliefs affect all three parties to an adulterous love affair in 17th century Puritan New England – Hester Prynne, her much older husband, Roger Chillingworth, and her lover, Arthur Dimmesdale. A primary theme of the novel is …

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A Cool Summary for The Great Gatsby Book

A Cool Summary for The Great Gatsby Book

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s most famous work, “The Great Gatsby,” is a meditation on the promise and fragility of the American Dream. Any essay written on the book must explore this theme with crisp essay editing that sharpens the point. Background to the Novel Fitzgerald was born in the American Midwest …

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