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The Ledge | Skydeck Chicago

The Skydeck offers a breathtaking view of the city of Chicago. This is a great opportunity to climb the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), the worlds tallest building from 1974 until 1998, and see the beautiful architecture of the city and its endless views of Lake Michigan. The more adventurous can go to the "The Ledge", the newest acquisition of the Skydeck, allowing the visitor to walk on a glass floor viewing the city in a different perspective. If you like heights, also check out the amazing Edge Walk at the CN Tower, Toronto.



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THE MONOCLE GUIDE TO COSY HOMES | Image

THE MONOCLE GUIDE TO COSY HOMES

Renown lifestyle publication Monocle have just released a new book, The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes, a great source of inspiration on how to turn a house into a home. The beautifully illustrated book highlights the importance of a work-life balance, and celebrates the comfort of home, presenting a wide range of stunning interiors, furniture, and locations, through striking photography. The book is about the quality of life, a survey of everything you need to know to...
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WILDERNESS COLLECTIVE | ALL-INCLUSIVE EXPEDITIONS | Image

WILDERNESS COLLECTIVE | ALL-INCLUSIVE EXPEDITIONS

Wilderness Collective is a new all-inclusive expedition company dedicated to men, it exists to reclaim masculinity through outdoor adventure. Their first trip (documented in the amazing video after the jump), was a 334 mile journey from Sequoia National Forest to the legendary Yosemite valley. The all-inclusive motorbike trip took 72 hours through 100 miles of pristine California wilderness. Upcoming adventures include: a 5 day horseback expedition in ...
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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 - "Th...
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