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The Art Of Fixing Things

Another great book for the handyman. If you´re a skilled person at a wide range of repairs, this book is for you. "The Art of Fixing Things" by Lawrence E. Pierce features 150 useful tips and tricks to make things last longer, and save you money. The book will teach you how to repair your possessions rather than throwing them away.

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THE MIRACLE MACHINE | TURNS WATER INTO WINE | Image

THE MIRACLE MACHINE | TURNS WATER INTO WINE

Machines for brewing beer at home are no novelty, but what about brewing your own wine? The Miracle Machine promises to do just that, it is the world’s first affordable accelerated winemaking device for the home. The sleek device was designed as a table top appliance, it features a fermentation chamber with built-in sensors and is controlled via a mobile app that guides you through the winemaking process. Simply choose from six varieties of wine and add water along ...
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READ THIS IF YOU WANT TO TAKE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS | Image

READ THIS IF YOU WANT TO TAKE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS

"Read This If You Want to Take Great Photographs” is a new book for those who want to learn the fundamentals of Photography in a very easy to understand way. The no nonsense, straight-to-the-point manual features five chapters covering the fundamentals of photography, namely subjects like composition, exposure, light, lenses and seeing, all written in a concise manner with no scary graphs, no techie diagrams, no camera-club jargon. A must buy for anyone picking up p...
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VILLA VALS | IMPRESSIVE UNDERGROUNG RESIDENCE FOR RENT | Image

VILLA VALS | IMPRESSIVE UNDERGROUNG RESIDENCE FOR RENT

The Villa Vals House is an impressive  project carried out by two architectural firms: SEARCH and CMA, built on the slope of the valleys in the Alps, Switzerland. The intention of building this house is not to look like a residential structure. The villa is fully integrated into the landscape and the access is done through an existing wood barn, located at a lower level of the mountain. An underground tunnel leads residents to the main level set in a circular c...
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