European Adventure Part 1: Tips for Traveling to CROATIA — Sarah In Style

I hope you have been enjoying your summer as much as I have! I have been a bit absent from the blog world, mainly because I needed a little break to just enjoy life. I have been traveling a lot this summer and also have been playing tourist in my own city.

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#motivationmonday: Seeing the stars with Martin Luther King, Jr. — TheCollective

Today we remember Martin Luther King, Jr,, the man who helped encourage and create change in America during the Civil Rights Movement. There’s not a lot I can say that you don’t already know, but I want to share my favorite MLK quotes with you. Today, may you find motivation in the undying words of […]

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What Tampa’s Modern Reinvention Says About the Future of American Cities — Robb Report

We take a look at future trends in American living through the lens of one of the country’s most ambitious projects.

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Inside the $1.1 Million-Dollar-Per-Week Island Resort That Cirque du Soleil Built — Robb Report

Cirque du Soleil cofounder Guy Laliberte’s French Polynesian resort, Nukutepipi, is a real fantasy island.

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68 best drone photos from last year have been announced by Dronestagram, and they are breathtaking — Archy Worldys

The fifth annual Dronestagram photo contest took place recently, with the winners just announced. Using drones to capture our planet from new and unique perspectives, the competition attracts thousands of entries from around the world, with the best of drone photography. The first prize winner of this year was Hungry hippos by zekedrone, an atmospheric…

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Japanese artist cuts Octopus from a single sheet of paper, and it is even more impressive from close by — Archy Worldys

There is a lot of cool paper art, but few projects can even come close to what Masayo Fukuda can do. Fukuda has been hand-cut paper for 25 years and this octopus is probably the best representation of her work. Image credits: Masayo Fukuda “For me, photo clipping has become a way to dispel all…

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Reset Your Router The Modern Way — Hackaday

Many Hackaday readers will be settling back into their lives after a holiday period crammed into some family matriarch’s house along with too many assorted relatives, having given up their speedy internet connection for whatever passes for broadband wherever Granny lives. The bargain-basement router supplied by the telephone company will have spent the period wilting…

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