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All what you ever wanted

All what you ever wanted | Interestadrienleconte | Scoop.it

HEre are all the craziest / funniest product you ever dreamed when you were a child or still now. ;) 

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4 Tips for Increasing Pinterest Traffic to Your Blog

4 Tips for Increasing Pinterest Traffic to Your Blog | Interestadrienleconte | Scoop.it

Pinterest being a growing social media network among Facebook Twitter ... Here are few tips How to use Pinterest to get more blog traffic: Find out how to increase engagement and drive traffic to your website with Pinterest.


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95 Green Technologies Combined to Create the Ultimate Sustainable Home in South Korea | Extreme Architecture | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com

95 Green Technologies Combined to Create the Ultimate Sustainable Home in South Korea | Extreme Architecture | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com | Interestadrienleconte | Scoop.it

On a total surface of 1,733.08 square meters, the creative team at Unsangdong Architects envisioned and implemented E+Green Home, a sustainable home which employs no less than 95 green technologies. Considered a prototype for the future, the incredible project was achieved by combining important principles of landscape architecture and ecological architecture: “The aim of E + Green Home is to suggest three e+ concepts; 1. Energy+, sustainable Energy Plus integrated with green technologies, 2. Eco+, environmental friendly housing, 3. Emotion +, housing which stimulates customer’s design emotion“. From various high performance insulation systems to solar panels, water reuse and smart ventilation ideas, this home ensures a modern and responsible lifestyle.


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Stacy Mata's curator insight, March 17, 2016 12:06 PM
South Korea is clutch as usual.
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Renewable Energy Realities: US Energy Transparency Infographic

Renewable Energy Realities: US Energy Transparency Infographic | Interestadrienleconte | Scoop.it

Renewable energy enjoys broad support in the US where people expect the government to support emerging clean power technologies- Americans more concerned about the state of the economy than the threat of climate change: 41% of respondents ranked climate change in the lowest category as a threat facing the world and 51% ranked the economic recession in the highest category in the recent 2012 Global Consumer Wind Study.

When asked to what extent does the electric utility industry cause human-action induced climate changes, 32% of GCWS respondents answered to a certain degree and 39% answered to a high or very high degree.

The overwhelming majority (67%) of respondents said that they would prefer to have their electricity sources supplied by renewables, versus 9% for fossil fuels and 8% for nuclear.

78% of respondents said that they would prefer to see renewables such as wind, solar, hydro, biomass and geothermal developed over the next five years.

To see this information and learn more, view the infographic, as well as visit links shared at the complete article...


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5 Characteristics of a Strong Mind

5 Characteristics of a Strong Mind | Interestadrienleconte | Scoop.it

To be a successful business owner, you definitely need to have a strong mind, yet many business owners do not display the characteristics of someone who possesses one.

 

There is hope for any business owner not in possession of a strong mind, and that hope comes in the form of knowledge that can easily be applied, in order to strengthen one's mind to better face the daily challenges of running a successful business.

 

This  excellent article, identifies Confidence, Courage, Commitment, Control and Purpose as the key elements that go towards creating a strong mind, and it discusses each of these elements in detail whilst recommending ways that anyone can improve themselves in each of these areas.


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