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376. How Saving the Tiger Benefits the World
July 20, 2018


Most nature lovers understand the complicated and challenging issues of conservation. So many of our planet’s magnificent animal species are under threat of extinction, and it’s a race against time and the ramifications of human interference to ensure they don’t go the way of so many already lost. Panthera tigris is one of the most high-profile species in the world. Tiger tours, which offer the opportunity to observe it in its natural habitat, are a highly popular wildlife travel experience. But, unfortunately, this beautiful animal is also one of our most vulnerable and endangered speci... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

377. Principals in Leading Florida-based Vacation Rental Consulting Firm Featured Speakers at Three Indu
July 20, 2018


Ben Edwards, founder and CEO, and Greg Herr, VP, of Weatherby Consulting LLC, a leading vacation rental consulting firm based in Florida, will be featured speakers at three industry events in September and October this year. Miramar Beach, FL, July 20, 2018 — Ben Edwards, founder and CEO, and Greg Herr, VP, of Weatherby Consulting LLC, a leading vacation rental consulting firm based in Florida, will be featured speakers at three industry events in September and October this year. Edwards and Herr will speak at the Streamline Summit 2018, to be held Sept 10-12, at The Westin Kierland... (read more)

Author: John Paul

378. Lollypop moments!
July 20, 2018


Identity architects, Ippolito Fleitz Group conceive and construct an office space in Frankfurt that employs the principles of activity-based design. In his TEDx talk, Drew Dudley spoke of ‘lollypop moments’, which reminded us of an instance where someone said or did something that fundamentally made our life better. Then I came across the work of the Ippolito Fleitz Group and realised that their goal is exactly that, in which new ideas metamorphose into a multidimensional design as part of a discontinuous process. In their latest project they have created two-and-a-half floors of innovativ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

379. Monterey County-Based Canna Safety Plus at the Forefront of Cannabis Safety, Compliance and Analyti
July 20, 2018


Californians are rightfully concerned about the safety of consumer products they buy, from automobiles and children’s toys to their meat, produce and medicines. Spreckels, CA, July 19, 2018 — Californians are rightfully concerned about the safety of consumer products they buy, from automobiles and children’s toys to their meat, produce and medicines. And with the legalization of recreational cannabis this year, consumers also want to be informed about the safety of cannabis products as well. With that in mind, Monterey County-based Canna Safety Plus LLC is providing the state’s cann... (read more)

Author: John Paul

380. Invest In Our Light-Block Films For True 24-Hour Privacy At Your Premises
July 20, 2018


If you desire a type of architectural Window Film that will provide absolute privacy at your organisation’s premises – preventing people from seeing through your windows to the contents inside – it is our Light-Block Films that represent the ideal solution. The main advantage of these films is that they provide genuine 24-hour privacy – they are not translucent (semi-transparent), so it is not possible for anyone to see through them at any time of the day or night. You may therefore apply them to glass partitions where there is a need to conceal clutter or shelves that are close to the g... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

381. Get In On The ‘smart' Revolution With The Ferguson Platinum Tv
July 20, 2018


Never mind smartphones, tablets or even thermostats – it seems that almost every bit of tech in the 21st century home is becoming ‘smart’, and the situation’s no different as far as TVs are concerned. Featuring a built in Sound Bar that provides a cinema style sound experience the Platinum range is a step up compared to many TV’s currently available Here at Ferguson we know the future is all about connectivity and being a British LED TV manufacturer with a history stretching back to the 1940s, we feel we have the pedigree to offer the products demanded by today’s consumer. You can expect... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

382. Self-pleasuring at Work: A Coffee Break Alternative
July 19, 2018


Reliable statistics are hard to come by where self-pleasuring is concerned, but it does seem that more Americans are taking sensual matters into their own hands more often. Certainly the availability of vast channels of adult literature on computers, phones and other instruments makes it easy to find stimulating material for quick "hands-on" session whenever and wherever a guy wishes - including at work. Since there are distinct male organ health advantages to self-pleasuring - and it makes a nice alternative to just another coffee break - this trend is understandable. Still, there are certain... (read more)

Author: man health

383. Sore Male Organ? An "Alternative" Lubricant May Be to Blame
July 19, 2018


Men who are sensually active, whether with other partners or with their own hands, know that using lubricant is one way to help avoid a sore male organ. Proper male organ care enables a man to keep his sensual equipment in good shape and therefore to make use of it more frequently - something that is difficult to do when a sore male organ strikes. But will any old lubricant do when having sensual activity? What about an alternative lubricant, something that isn’t marketed specifically for that purpose? The answer is: it depends on just what alternative one is using. Lubricants ... (read more)

Author: man health

384. Vive la Re´volution! What Bastille Day Can Teach Your History Class
July 19, 2018


If you’re looking to make history lessons more interactive, why not organise a school trip to Paris in July? It’s the perfect opportunity to teach your class about the history and cultural significance of Bastille Day. Bastille Day and its History A French national holiday since 1880, July 14th is known as Bastille Day. It celebrates the storming of the Bastille prison and the start of the 1789 revolution. Prior to the revolution, resentment brewed in France. The bankrupt monarchy was weak and Parisians resented the high taxes that were imposed on them. Over the course of two years... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

385. Raise the Roof on a Music Tour to Paris
July 19, 2018


As a teacher, you’re probably constantly looking for new and innovative ways of inspiring your students. If you’re thinking of taking your class abroad, why not plan a school trip to Paris? A music tour to the City of Lights would be an experience they’d never forget. Why Plan a Music Tour? A school trip to Paris offers many tremendous learning opportunities for students. It can: 1. Boost students’ confidence by having them perform to a new audience daily. 2. Allow them to grow as performers by taking on the challenge of adapting to new rehearsal and performance spaces. 3. Broaden... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

386. Fast, Fun and Flamboyant: Ma´laga's Best Flamenco
July 19, 2018


Ma´laga is one of the most vibrant cities to visit on the infamous Costa del Sol in Spain. Visitors can expect to be immersed in a colourful collage of food, sun and, most importantly, dance! Yes, that’s right, Ma´laga is home to the magnificent art of flamenco dancing. The dance started in the city’s region of Andalucía over 500 years ago and has been going strong ever since. The mysterious dance has been popularised in film, TV, and books, but to really get to know it a trip to its original home is absolutely necessary. Before we begin exploring the best places to tap your feet and mor... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

387. The Best Restaurants Under the Sun... In Málaga
July 19, 2018


Málaga has undergone a revival in recent years to become a city of hipster bars and stunning food. The city, situated on the Costa del Sol in the Andalucía region of southern Spain, is enjoying a civilised Renaissance in fine culture. In the heart of the old town, chic bars and restaurants now vie for passing trade, while other areas of the city have simply upped their game. For example, the waterfront is now adorned with a variety of high-quality eateries mixed with fascinating museums that could easily help pass an afternoon away. The sun nearly always shines here, bringing a warm opti... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

388. Get a Nose for the Best Family Fun in Málaga!
July 19, 2018


While the most that many people see of Málaga is a view out of the window of one of the taxis from Málaga Airport on their way to a Costa del Sol resort, there is actually plenty in the city worth stopping for – particularly for families. In fact, there are so many child-friendly activities, free spaces for families to enjoy, and a wide range of restaurants with kids’ menus that it makes an ideal family holiday destination. Here are just some of the excellent child-friendly activities you can enjoy in the Costa del Sol’s beautiful capital. Splash Around on the Beach Of course, y... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

389. Discover the Hidden Heart of Málaga's Alternative Nightlife
July 19, 2018


Málaga is without doubt one of the finest party hubs on the Costa del Sol in Southern Spain. Swanky venues line the seafront inviting yacht faring travellers to disembark for the night. But there’s more to this city’s nightlife than neon signs and expensive cocktails. Hidden in the heart of the old town is a series of alternative offerings for the hipster at heart. By sidestepping the tourist trail, astute visitors can embark on an adventure of cutesy local bars, remarkable restaurants, and funky clubs. So if you’re a traveller who enjoys going off the beaten track to find hidden gems, you’re ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

390. Online Assessments: A Seamless and Smarter Process for Hiring
July 19, 2018


Is there a remedy to shorten time-to-fill a position without the negative effect on the quality of recruitment? The answer is yes. Today almost everything is online, and it's not unexpected that online assessments have grown to be strategically very important to organizations in their search for optimum expertise in talent acquisitions. About 86% of respondents in an Employees Today survey understood that online recruitment is less expensive than almost every other recruitment method. About 90% believed that online recruitment is straightforward and easy to utilize. Other surveys sugge... (read more)

Author: Simonds Lee

391. Delve into the Surprising Culture of Málaga
July 19, 2018


If you’ve taken taxis from Málaga Airportin the past and dismissed the capital as a cultural wasteland based on the noisy tourists who throng the arrivals lounge, you’re missing out on a truly wonderful Spanish city. True, it was once a tourist hub for the Costa, appealing to the British-food/British-beer brigade, but not any more. Over the last twenty years the city has worked hard to put its ‘tourist hotspot’ past behind it and concentrate instead in focusing on its rich history and culture to draw in a more discerning visitor. Luckily for Málaga it has plenty of cultural gems to highl... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

392. A Cultural Mini Break in Magical, Medieval Bruges
July 19, 2018


If you have the flexibility to travel when you choose, visiting a popular destination such as Bruges midweek is the perfect way to avoid the crowds. The magical Belgian city makes for an ideal short break destination as it is accessible on foot, packed with history and culture and just a few hours away from home. A combination of ancient architecture and tranquil canals are at the heart of this Flanders town, and most of its sights can be taken in over just a couple of days in the city. Let’s explore what a midweek trip to medieval Bruges has to offer. Best Foot Forward All of B... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

393. Cherish the Cherry: Japan's Most Beloved Blossom
July 19, 2018


Japan is famous for its beautiful cherry blossom, which bursts into delicate colour across the country once a year. The fleeting nature of this floral phenomenon and its deep roots in the country’s history make it an unmissable event for all culture lovers. This article will reveal some of the traditions behind the world famous festivals, as well as the top destinations for you to experience the wonder for yourself. Behind the Blossom Cherry blossoms have a beautiful, if bittersweet, significance in Japan. The delicate flowers last only a couple of weeks and, because of this, have co... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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