Thursday, 07 May 2015 08:52

Imperial War Museum North review Users

Surely Manchester's most striking building of the past decade, the brain-boggling design of the museum is based on star architect Daniel Libeskind's concept of a shattered globe (representing the world divided by conflict).

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Wednesday, 20 August 2014 13:59

The future of IKEA

 

Let’s say you’re shopping at the furniture store. Oh, not for anything out of the ordinary - maybe a new mattress for the bed, perhaps a new mirror for the bathroom. But suddenly, you see that this is not just a regular shopping trip – not far from you, is a man who, in a way which cannot be fully explained, hypnotizes people. Is this some kind of fantasy? No, it's IKEA’s new promotional idea. 

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Tuesday, 19 August 2014 14:00

Your friend … the milk carton!

Did you know that milk perfectly fits with every snack? No? In that case, now you have the opportunity to see for yourself in Snack Time! A brand new series of short animations which you can see on YouTube, where the hero of the day is – a carton of milk!  Short, funny cartoons showing the fate of our hero - the carton of milk, and his friends – the cookie, and the marshmallow.

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Tuesday, 12 August 2014 10:44

Even more capacity from LG!

What is the main drawback of refrigerators? Perhaps it is the fact, that not everything fits in them. Even the most capacious ones have a problem with accommodating our entire food supplies. Well, now it's the end of all that - the new fridges from LG have a way of storing any amount of food that you need.

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Saturday, 26 July 2014 00:00

Explore Iford Arts Festival

 

Opera is performed in the exquisite Peto cloister of Iford Manor. Sung in EnglishChristian Cunryn (winner of the BBC Music Magazine Opera Award) leads his Early Opera Company orchestra in an Iford Arts production of Monteverdi’s The Return of Ulysses, directed by Justin Way.

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The Wild Place Project is set to unveil its new adventure course, Leap of Faith, which will stand 12 metres tall – the average height of a three storey house. Opening to the public for the first time on Saturday 28th June, Leap of Faith is a test of nerves for all ages with different climbing and exhilarating challenges to take on.

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Friday, 25 July 2014 00:00

TD Canada Trust Project 50

 

TD thanks customers in a very surprising way – with an Automated Thanking Machine™ and a few life changing moments.Card in, cash out— for many it’s business as usual at the traditional ATM, but, recently, for some TD customers it was anything but.

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TELUS – a company well known for it’s latest phones, computer equipment and a wide range of services in the field of telecommunication and television. Would you believe that this company helps out a unique foundation that supports sick children and also purchases incubators for premature babies? 

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When you say bronze, this would just mean a standout amongst the most mainstream materials being used for sculpture as far and as possible. There are a few accumulations of ancient rarities that indicated confirmation on how this metal was used in the old times.

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Monday, 14 July 2014 13:41

The passion of shooting photos

Do you love taking pictures? Or maybe you cannot part with your camera? If so, then we have something perfect for you - the new Nikon D5300, which will provide joy for many a passionate photographer. Photography is not just a hobby. It's a lifestyle. A passion, which begins to dominate your life. A real photographer takes one look at the space around them and sees stuff which he can shoot.

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