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Jenny Saville Takes Title of Most Expensive Living Female Artist

Last week, Jenny Saville’s 1992 painting “Propped” sold for a grand total of $12.4 million, propelling the English artist to become the most expensive living female artist. As Anny Shaw at the Art Newspaper reports, eight bidders sought to purchase the fleshy seated nude self-portrait, which is overlaid in mirror script with a translated quote from French feminist

15 Minute Cardio Home Workout

Written by Healthoria.com – You don’t need a gym, or expensive cardio equipment, to get a good calorie burn. All you really need is a good pair of shoes, a few feet of clear space, and a water bottle. Whether your fitness goal is to get back into shape, or improve muscle tone, this cardio home

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The UK is attempting a radical redesign of the internet

The Interface is a daily column about the intersection of social media and democracy. Subscribe to the newsletter here. Last month, with the passage of the Copyright Directive, I wrote here that Europe was splitting the internet into three. On Sunday, that process took another big step forward. Colin Lecher explains in The Verge: In a detailed proposal released today, the

How ancient Greeks trained for war

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwiDT8Nvj9E Calisthenics is based on how ancient Greek warriors trained. It uses bodyweight exercises to maximize strength, flexibility, equilibrium and neuromuscular coordination. The result is incredible muscle control and the ability to pose in gravity-defying positions. Video by Manos Kountouris

By |2019-04-03T21:41:05+00:00April 3rd, 2019|Categories: Educational, lifestyle, Sports|Tags: |0 Comments

hat is the best ways to make 20 million dollars?

best ways to make 20 million dollars: Set yourself concrete goals. Good preparation is an absolute necessity when it comes to endeavors as big as becoming a millionaire. And it all starts with giving yourself concrete, measurable goals that you can keep your eyes on.You want to reach millionaire status by 35:-Break bigger goals into more

By |2019-04-03T21:30:41+00:00April 3rd, 2019|Categories: Educational, lifestyle, slider|Tags: |0 Comments

best anime movies to watch

I would suggest a few good anime Your name - Probably one of the best anime movies ever made. A great Romance/Adventure Anime movie. This movie somehow makes you feel really connected to the characters and genuinely interested and invested in their struggle. Cant recommend this enough. A silent voice - Another Romance/Slice of life

By |2019-04-03T21:26:53+00:00April 3rd, 2019|Categories: lifestyle, slider|Tags: |0 Comments

what does google know about you?

Did you know that unlike searching on DuckDuckGo, when you search on Google, they keep your search history forever? That means they know every search you’ve ever done on Google. That alone is pretty scary, but it’s just the shallow end of the very deep pool of data that they try to collect on people. What most people don’t realize is that even

By |2019-04-02T22:24:47+00:00April 2nd, 2019|Categories: Educational, lifestyle, Tecnology|Tags: , |0 Comments

how to become a better writer

How many times have you wondered what could be the secret of all those writers out there that either rock their blogs or have a best seller book? Their writing skills for sure! They make you drawn in their writing until you’re hungover, the only thing you remember is their name and how they made

By |2019-04-02T22:19:57+00:00April 2nd, 2019|Categories: Educational, lifestyle|Tags: |0 Comments

New evidence sheds light on ancient Angkor’s mysterious decline

The events that led to the demise of the ancient Cambodian megacity of Angkor have been shrouded in mystery for centuries. However, new research argues that the city’s fall may have been a gradual process as opposed to a single catastrophic event. “New scientific evidence shows that the intensity of land use within the economic

Photographer Spends 10 Years Capturing the Visual Symphony of Waves

Australian photographer Ray Collins has turned his love of the sea into a career with his stunning wave photography. For years we’ve watched as the colorblind photographer advanced his career, first with his series Seascapes and most recently with his collaborative cinemagraphs. Collins, who bought his first camera in 2007 and left a job as a coal miner to

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