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The ultramodern Villa Kogelhof Wins ARC13 Architecture Award

The ultramodern Villa Kogelhof in Kamperland, the Netherlands has just been awarded one of the prestigious Dutch ARC13 Architecture Prize. The building’s designers, Amsterdam-based Paul de Ruiter Architects, were honored with the prize — alongside three other award winners — at a festive award ceremony in Rotterdam. Villa Kogelhof is a privately owned, energy efficient home set on 25 hectares of protected land.

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Crowdfunding Success Statistics & How You Should Raise Money Online [Infographic]

GoGetFunding hosted thousands of great projects and have helped people from all over the world raise millions online. And to help you raise the most money possible with your own campaign, they decided to do some good ol’ fashioned number crunching. GoGetFunding looked at 12,052 projects and millions of data points within these campaigns to see what really makes a difference when crowdfunding.

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Bizarre Books

bizarre book More than 300,000 books published yearly in the United States. But not every author’s masterwork is cut out for The New York Times Best Seller list, there are some books that are just so downright bizarre that it’s hard to imagine anyone reading them at all. Strange, quirky, surprising, disturbing – the following books may represent many of these traits, but they are all certainly bizarre and something quite out of the ordinary. We search on Amazon for this books and we found most of them.

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2013 Trader and Investor Survey Results (Infographic)

2013 Trader and Investor Survey Results (Infographic) It’s always good to get an analysis on how the economy is doing and what the future holds for the financial industry. Online Trading Academy coordinated a survey of investors and traders at the beginning of the year, asking questions regarding the state of the economy and financial future. This brought up some fascinating results, do to the thousands of responses they received. Take a look at some of the key findings from the survey.

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Creepy African Food

Creepy African Food African food is heavily based in starch. Common African starches include sorghum, ground millet, cornmeal, potatoes, yams and rice. Stews are a popular form of preparation, often containing hot spices. Through trade and colonization, ideas and tastes have been introduced by various countries from Europe and the Middle East, and they have been blended with those of the locals.

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