Tag: Interesting
July 21, 2021
3D Walkthrough Animation for the Architects` Websites: Main Advantages of Using them

  3D walkthrough videos offer a great opportunity for architects to boost the efficiency of their websites and reach out to a wider public. This is a crucial feature which allows endorsement of business and its profitability given that we live in a digital era. Nowadays, people search on the web for almost everything they […]

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July 5, 2021
Paul Haarman highlights the advantages of investing in real estate

Most people take the conventional route for their investment options, such as mutual funds, stocks, and bonds. It’s because these options usually guarantee a 5 to 7% return. Simultaneously, no investor has much control over the way the stock market functions. On the other hand, today, you have passive investment choices that enable you to […]

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May 20, 2021
Easy Ways to Keep Birds Away from Your Property

Do you have a lot of birds hanging around your property? The last thing you want is for them to build a nest near to your home or business. This will mean that they plan on sticking around and birds can cause a lot of damage. If you are looking for easy ways to keep […]

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March 25, 2021
10 Best Places to Hike in Scottsdale Arizona

Scottsdale, known for its fancy spa resorts and golf courses, is also home to some of the best hiking trails in the continental US. This beautiful city is begging to be explored, with its spiny cacti and remarkable desert views. But keep in mind that the Arizona desert’s dry climate and rocky paths call for […]

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February 22, 2021
7 Home Siding Trends 2020-2021

Does your house exterior need an upgrade? Is it looking a little shabby or just tired and out of date? These siding trends of 2020 and 2021 will bring your house into the next century and help you feel more at home. When you're searching for a siding replacement keep in mind the structure of […]

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February 10, 2021
3 Best Ways to Boost Your Travel Instagram Blog for Business Opportunities

It is indeed important to promote your travel blog through social media platforms. The best option for you is Instagram, the photo-sharing social app to boost your travel blog for possible business opportunities. If you would like your customers to find you, social media presence is mandatory. As far as traveling is concerned, Instagram is […]

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January 23, 2021
2021 landscape stone trends

Hartman Gourmet-Fence-Entryway Column 1 On the off chance that you are considering introducing another porch, you might be thinking about what sort of pavers are accessible at this point. The exact opposite thing you need is to have an expert porch introduced. It would seem that it's done with the purveyors of the nearby large […]

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November 24, 2020
Best Places to Visit While in Amsterdam

Netherlands’ capital Amsterdam is a vibrant, fun and quite unique city. I also found it to be quite romantic. I visited Amsterdam in November of 2018 and will forever be earning to go back! Check out some pictures from my travels to this unforgettable vacation spot! Amsterdam is definitely a bike friendly city with an […]

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September 9, 2020
3 Tips On How To Style Your Garden With Decorative Planters

Looking for ways to style up your home garden? Experts say that adding succulent plants will improve your space in more ways than you can imagine, according to the report published by NBC News. If you’re new to the plant game, you can always start small and upgrade with larger planters over time. But when is the […]

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May 20, 2020
Types Of Weber Grill Cover Available For You To Try Out Any One

It is really hard to deny the beauty and promising taste of grilled food items. That charcoal or smoky flavor will enhance the taste of basic items to an epitome of flavorsome options. So, no wonder people are getting more and more into grills these days. However, just like the grills, you better watch out […]

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January 26, 2020
Kobe Bryant Dead What Will Happen to his House in Newport Coast, California

It is quite interesting how media influences architecture and this article will go into how traumatic death of the NBA star Kobe Bryant from the Los Angeles Lakers lived his life at home. We have previously shown the beautiful house of now deceased Kobe Bryant. Now the question remains what will happen to this house […]

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January 24, 2020
Melbourne Airport Survival Guide

Travel is an incredibly rewarding life experience – it’s your chance to explore cool places, meet interesting people and learn more about the world we live in. But before you reach your dream destination, you must navigate the dreaded airport – which can make your stress levels skyrocket and taint the start of your trip. […]

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January 6, 2020
Dr Phil's House: The One His Son Lived In

The internet is going crazy over Dr. Phil's ridiculously tacky house that he just put on the market for $5.75 Million. The 6,170-square-foot house features a gun room and trippy staircase. Check out the Dr Phil House. His son Jay and I forget what the other one's name is are twins I believe and lives […]

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June 21, 2019
Tips to Sprucing up Your Outdoor Space

It’s that time of year, when all we want to do is just sit out in the sun and enjoy the glorious weather. Most of us don’t have the luxury to do just that, but we can all try to carve out some time for ourselves to appreciate the great outdoors. You may be thinking, […]

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January 21, 2016
Protecting Forrest Ackerman's Ackermansion

Forest Ackerman was a well-known and famed man in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Community. He held numerous tiles over the years; writer, literary agent, magazine editor, film expert, creator of science fiction fandom, but most importantly the world’s most avid collector of genre books and movie memorabilia. Throughout his lifetime, Ackerman developed a collection […]

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February 25, 2015
Jonathan Toews' House in Lincoln Park

The house of an NHL star in Lincoln Park The two time Stanley Cup Champion winner has purchased a new house in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago recently. If you take a look at the breathtaking house on the north side you may be a bit jealous. First off the house features all new […]

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December 29, 2014
10 Maps That Help You Make Sense of the World

Maps That Make You Think Below are just 10 of many maps that show you interesting aspects of the world. Take a look at a few and be amazed, unless you knew about all of these before. Some of these maps show political and physical borders of countries, but they have much more meaning to […]

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November 10, 2014
Urban Splatter's Top Pinterest Images

www.pinterest.com/urbansplatter/ If you haven't already followed us on Pinterest then it is about time. All of our images are individually selected and searched for to provide quality boards. They are only the best and most interesting pins. Urban Splatter hopes to continue to grow with currently over 10,000 followers. Take a look at some of […]

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October 9, 2014
Drew Barrymore's Flower Film Office in Los Angeles

An Amazing Office for an Amazing Actress Born in Culver City, California, Drew Barrymore was bound to be a smash actress because both of her parents were famous ones. Drew starred and had roles in films such as E.T., Fifty First Dates, and Charlie's Angels. Some of her most recent roles have been in the […]

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May 27, 2014
Portland's Urban Growth Boundary

A Different Type of Urban Planning Portland, Oregon deals with urban growth management, political issues concerning citizens, and environmental issues. The most interesting of all three of these concepts is definitely urban growth management. Portland not only is using some form of this, but it is revolutionizing the idea. Portland planners are part of a […]

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April 14, 2014
Austin, Texas Is a City Much Cooler Than You Think

A City That Keeps It Weird This beautiful city situated on the Colorado River is of course the capital of Texas. The skyline of the city is very spread out partially due to the fact of a height restriction on buildings in areas considered "The Capital View Corridor". Luckily for Austin, there has been a […]

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January 9, 2014
What You Did Not Know About the St. Louis Gateway Arch

An American Monument The St. Louis Gateway Arch is a modern marvel of American architecture. It is currently the tallest man-made monument in the United States. The 630 feet structure was capped off in 1967 and opened to the public. The interesting part about the building is that it has an observation deck at the […]

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December 15, 2013
Bobby Flay's House in the Hamptons

Bobby Flay's Masterpiece of a House Bobby Flay and his wife, actress Stephanie March, opened their Hamptons home to show it off. Some amenities include and open air outdoor kitchen, outdoor eating area, and colorful bedrooms. Bobby Flay sure does have enough dough to keep this place very interesting and sleek. Flay is a judge on […]

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December 4, 2013
Ree Drummond, Pioneer Woman's Amazing Kitchen

What a True Pioneer Woman Lives In Check out the Pioneer Woman kitchen! It is simply amazing. Ree Drummond does an amazing job at making the best kitchen there is. Ree Drummond, the Pioneer Woman, who started a blog that inspired many home cooks and has a show on the Food Network. Her ranch in […]

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