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Dinner In The Sky

Dinner in the Sky is a steel structure hanging from cables that holds 22 people, the chef, and waiters. It has an acrylic ceiling for rain protection and possible surprises coming from birds. The whole structure is suspended 50 meters height! Put your seat belt on and eat a delicious meal enjoying the scenery. The original restaurant is available for 8 hours, but can be hired according to the customers wishes. And, as it is lifted by a crane, it can be mounted any place . Imagine watching a concert or sports event, having dinner from high above with your friends.



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PORNBURGER | ONE AMAZING BURGER PER WEEK | Image

PORNBURGER | ONE AMAZING BURGER PER WEEK

PornBurger is a new website by Mathew Ramsey, a guy that likes to dwelve into the dark arts of hamburgery. Every week Matt, a self-entitled burger pervert, exercises both his culinary and photographic passions, he posts a recipe for a scintillating burger with mouthwatering pictures. He lists each succulent ingredient that went into the stack so you can recreate your own badass burgers at home. Sorry if we made you drool all over your keyboard. via...
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THE ART OF THE BRICK

If like us, you have a fascination for amazing lego sculptures, you should definitely check out this new book by the most famous LEGO artist in the world - Nathan Sawaya. The renowned New York-based artist creates awe-inspiring works of art focusing exclusively on LEGO as an art medium. The Art of the Brick: A Life in LEGO is a 248-page hardcover book that showcases the artist’s greatest creations, constructed from countless individual LEGO pieces, and behind-the-sc...
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ONE CLICK | JEFF BEZOS AND THE RISE OF AMAZON.COM | Image

ONE CLICK | JEFF BEZOS AND THE RISE OF AMAZON.COM

Why has Amazon been so successful? Much of it has to do with Jeff Bezos, the CEO and founder. In the book "One Click" available from today, you´ll find out why Bezos decided to allow negative product reviews, how Amazon survived the dotcoms bust of the early 2000s, the company´s future ideas, and many of Bezos forward-looking insights and ruthless business sense. The book is written by veteran journalist Richard L. Brandt. Judging by Brandt´s previous work - "The G...
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