How to Start Your Own Web-Site

Most organizations and individuals with an online presence should have a website as they provide an excellent way to reach people. Have you always wanted a website for your small business but are unsure how to do it? In this guide, we will walk through the steps web developers take when building a site. What’s good about modern website building is you can create an amazing web experience without spending too much money. Indeed many aspects are completely free, such as templates, content and m...
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The SpongeBob Musical – Review

(aka SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical) Touring Company Performance at the Von Braun Center, Huntsville, AL – 1 Nov 2019 I have never seen an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants. I’m sure many of you are gasping at your screen and calling for an oxygen mask. But hey, there’s a lot to watch these days. Anyway. When I heard that there was an impending Broadway musical based on the cartoon, I was not surprised. The Law of Relative Development was long ago updated to include the fact that everything w...
Tags: Reviews, Music, Texas, Musicals, Theatre, Karen, Broadway, Spongebob Squarepants, McIntyre, Sheldon, Sandy, Eeyore, Moe, Bowie Eno, Looney Tunes, Nick Fury

LAVA designs carbon-neutral LIFE Hamburg with an edible green roof

LAVA (Laboratory for Visionary Architecture) has teamed up with urban agricultural collective Cityplot to design LIFE Hamburg, a new energy self-sufficient educational campus that will “reinvent learning” for 1,600 students. Created in the shape of an infinity loop, the nature-inspired learning landscape encapsulates the educational paradigms of Learnlife (purpose-inspired and personal learning) as well as the spatial typology concepts of American futurist David Thornburg. Slated to open 2023, t...
Tags: Design, Hamburg, Thornburg, David Thornburg, LAVA Laboratory for Visionary Architecture, Hamburg Germany LAVA, Ho Chi Minh City LIFE Hamburg

Look inside BIGs yin and yang-shaped Panda House in Copenhagen

With their cutest new inhabitants comfortably settled in, the Copenhagen Zoo and Bjarke Ingels Group have shared new pictures of the recently completed yin and yang-shaped Panda House, a new home for giant pandas Mao Sun and Xing Er. Designed to mimic the pandas’ natural habitat, the BIG-designed enclosure blurs the line between indoors and out so that visitors feel immersed in the habitat without encroaching on the pandas’ sense of safety. Created in collaboration with Schønherr Landscape Archi...
Tags: Design, Copenhagen, Bjarke Ingels Group, Chengdu China, Sasaki, Copenhagen Zoo, Panda House, Chengdu Panda Reserve, Mao Sun, David Zahle, MOE Panda House, Rasmus Hjortshoj

It's time for a revolution in the way we look at buildings

We have to reconsider what is "acceptable for how houses should look and feel."
Tags: Design, News

Collection of plant-based shirts raise awareness of endangered species

Sustainable design label PANGAIA has collaborated with eco-activist Nadya Hutagalung and artist Raku Inoue on a new, limited-edition capsule collection to raise awareness for five of the world’s most endangered species, including the Sumatran Elephant and Tapanuli Orangutan. The collection includes vibrant, hand-drawn images by Inoue that are printed on PANGAIA’s seaweed fiber T-shirts using natural dyes. PANGAIA has built a world-wide reputation for its commitment to designing functional, sust...
Tags: Asia, Design, Africa, Un, Kemp, Ridley, Sumatran, Inoue, Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme, Nadya Hutagalung, Raku Inoue, PANGAIA, Sumatran Rhinoceros Hutagalung, Nadya Hutagalung Raku Inoue

Cambridge students create the UKs most efficient solar-powered electric car

Undergraduate students at Cambridge University have teamed up with Formula 1 engineering experts and Bridgestone to design and build Helia — a solar-powered electric car that is so energy efficient, it can travel more than 500 miles at 50 miles per hour on the same amount of power it takes to boil a kettle. The student team, known as Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER), equipped the aerodynamic and lightweight vehicle with an extremely high-energy density battery pack to achieve more than do...
Tags: Electric Vehicle, Europe, Design, Cambridge, Adelaide, Solar, Portsmouth, Solar Power, Cambridge University, Electric Cars, Electric Car, SilverStone, Darwin, Lithium Ion Battery, BRIDGESTONE, Bridgestone World Solar Challenge

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: Episode One Hundred Twenty-Eight

  Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode One Hundred Twenty Eight In trying to catch up with the world zooming past us, Jon and Rob continue their quest to bring you as much relief, honesty and information as time will allow them to – with their trademark style and combined sense of humor.  So for this episode, the boys tear apart the inane writing of CNN’s Chris Cilliza as he shills for Bernie Sanders; the ham-handed manner in which “protesters” climbed aboard the climate-change ban...
Tags: Food, Art, Books, Podcast, Music, Politics, Comedy, Television, Theatre, Sports, Cnn, Current Events, Rob, Ken Burns, Satire, Grateful Dead

Instant Noodles Fork

Innovative fork created specifically for optimal eating of instant ramen noodles. Fork with 128 degrees angle makes it easier to scoop up noodles and transport them into your mouth. The handle features ribs that can hold the lid closed while noodles cook. Cup Noodle Fork designed by Nendo for Japanese company NISSIN.  Also check out: Instant […]
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Tech-free hobbies that benefit you and the planet

Technology has become an integral part of our everyday life. From smartphones to smart appliances, the advancements continue to make our lives easier while simultaneous distracting us from traditional hobbies and interests. How we spend our time has changed so much over the past few decades that those seeking to reconnect with non-techy hobbies sometimes struggle to think of ways to spend their time that doesn’t involve a screen of some sort. So we’ve put together a list of eco-friendly hobbies ...
Tags: Design, Earth, Mother Nature, Writing Pen, Cooking Baking, AndreasGramer LubosHouska Foundry

RIP Ted Cullinan, "an architect who made the world better"

He was a pioneer of sustainable design.
Tags: Design, News, Ted Cullinan

Fins: Harley Earl, the Rise of General Motors, and the Glory Days of Detroit

Fins: Harley Earl, the Rise of General Motors, and the Glory Days of Detroit abduzeedoNov 12, 2019 Here I am talking book recommendations after a long hiatus, not that I haven’t read any but simply none I felt worth sharing my thoughts here on Abduzeedo. A couple of weeks ago a co-worker recommended a book about the car industry in the US, pretty much the beginning of it, the book title is Fins: Harley Earl, the Rise of General Motors, and the Glory Days of D...
Tags: Design, Steve Jobs, US, America, San Francisco, General Motors, Gm, Silicon Valley, Michigan, Detroit, Tom Ford, Harley, Hollywood California, Great Plains, Harley Earl, William Knoedelseder

2021 Kia Optima: Look Over Here, Please

A decade — isn’t that hard to believe? — after the debut of the radically styled third-generation Kia Optima, the automaker has another salvo waiting to launch against midsize boredom. Trailing its equally daring 2020 Hyundai Sonata sibling by a model year, the revamped 2021 Optima ditches the downgraded clothes that appeared in its closet […] The post 2021 Kia Optima: Look Over Here, Please appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Design, Autos, Kia, New Cars, Kia Optima, Hyundai Sonata, News Blog, Optima, Product Planning, Midsize Sedans, 2021 Kia Optima

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