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Here’s What Kids All Around the World Eat for Breakfast

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It is believed that the breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Let’s take a look at the variety of foods that are eaten in the morning by children from different countries. If you are bored with cornflakes, yogurt, scrambled eggs, I advise you to borrow a couple of ideas from the breakfasts of other cultures.

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Funny Robots in Brian Marshall’s Adopt a Bot Project

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American artist Brian Marshall creates original figures of robots for several years now. During this time, he made an entire army of robots.

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Shoe Box Charging Station

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Avoid your cables from tangling when charging multiple devices. Create your own charging station out of a shoe box.

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Check Out Some Of The Most Amazing Gadgets For Wearable Tech

Moto 360 By Motorola 04 Check Out Some Of The Most Amazing Gadgets For Wearable TechMoto 360 stays true to the timeless form of the classic wristwatch. A round design maximizes the display area while ensuring a comfortable fit, so you can get the information you want conveniently on your wrist.From its stainless steel case to world-renowned Horween leather, each material is carefully chosen and meticulously crafted. Corning Gorilla Glass helps prevent scratches to protect your investment.Moto 360 displays timely notifications based on where you are and what you’re doing, so you always stay on track.

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Figures by Lui Ferreyra

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Lui Ferreyra is a Mexican painter, having a degree from University of Colorado. He has been constantly producing art for over a decade. He has been influenced by pioneer artists such as Egon Schiele and Richard Diebenkorn. “The [part of the creative cycle attracts the most are] beginning and the end. I love that initial spark of the imagination when a good idea emerges. [...] The end is great because you get to step back and taste the fruit of your labour” he explains about his work. Enjoy.

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Digital Art by Dumaker

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Set of various digital illustrations by Dumaker, an artist from Spain.

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Gigantism in Contemporary Art

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People walk past a giant high heeled shoe in Wellington, New Zealand April 6, 2014. (Photo by Phil Noble/Reuters)

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Cemetery Overcrowding Around the World

“Cemetery overcrowding is an issue that resonates around the world, particularly in its most cramped cities and among religions that forbid or discourage cremation. The reality of relying on finite land resources to cope with the endless stream of the dying has brought about creative solutions. One space-saving option is to put graves on top of each other, separated by a concrete divider, and have a shared headstone. This is common among couples and even whole families. A second option is stacking the dead above ground into niches built into walls, a bit like in a morgue, but adorned with headstones. A third, revolutionary option is to be buried in a building where each floor resembles a traditional cemetery. Cemetery towers have been proposed for Paris and Mumbai. In Mexico City, there is another big project in the works: the Tower for the Dead, which will combine a vertical necropolis and an 820-foot-deep (250-meter-deep) subterranean complex. Currently in Mexico City, families are forced to exhume and remove their relatives’ remains after a period of years. Unclaimed remains may be reburied as unmarked loose bones beneath the fresh grave, or piled with others on exposed altars”. – The Associated Press

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In this September 17, 2014 photo, relatives watch as the body of a mother and sister is exhumed to free up space for a new burial, at a nearly-full San Isidro cemetery in northern Mexico City. The woman’s body was to be reburied in her husband’s grave in a different area. With cemeteries rapidly reaching capacity in one of the world’s biggest cities, families are forced to exhume and remove their relative’s remains after a period of several years. Remains unclaimed by relatives may be reburied as unmarked loose bones beneath the fresh grave, or piled with others on exposed altars. (Photo by Rebecca Blackwell/AP Photo)

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4 Free Mock-up Templates

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4 new and free presentation mock-up templates on Dealjumbo. Download and enjoy ;)

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African Visions by Lucia Giacani

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Set of creative fashion portrait photography by Lucia Giacani.

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Ellis by McClean Design

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Designed by McClean Design, this amazing 3,500 sq ft single family residence is situated in Laguna Beach, California, United States.

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Surreal Art by Robert Bowen

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American artist Robert Bowen started his career as a street artist, interested in graffiti and street art. But, he didn’t draw on the streets for more than 10 years now.

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Le Mistral by JP Architets

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Situated in Tokyo, Japan, this inspiring gift shop interior was recently designed by JP Architets.

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Donut Doubles by Brandon Voges

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Ever wonder what a human head would look like if he or she was turned into a pastry? Well now you can, thanks to the works created by the photographer Brandon Voges. Some of the pictures are light and funny, while others are pretty gruesome and outright disgusting. For example, the comparison of an old lady with some chunky, orange-colored pastry coated with what looks like syrup, really makes you lose your appetite. It is a wonder how they decided to use such an unappealing picture to promote an annual food show of the National Restaurant Association.

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Living On a Dollar a Day

“One in six people in the world live at or below the poverty threshold of one dollar a day. At a time of great social and economic disruption in the world, people on the brink of survival can be easily pushed over the edge, or just as easily pulled back to safety. The people who generously shared their stories in Living On A Dollar A Day inspire us to change lives for the better. “Living On A Dollar A Day”, (Text by Thomas A. Nazario, Photographs by Renée C. Byer and Foreword by the 14th Dalai Lama), is a passionate call to action, presenting 348 pages filled with over 200 color photographs, profiles, explanatory charts and graphics that deliver an unprecedented and thought-provoking examination of global poverty, and how it impacts the poor and the rest of the world community”. – The Quantuck Lane Press

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In an e-waste dump that kills nearly everything that it touches, Fati, 8, works with other children searching through hazardous waste in hopes of finding whatever she can to exchange for pennies in order to survive. While balancing a bucket on her head with the little metal she has found, tears stream down her face as the result of the pain that comes with the malaria she contracted some years ago. This is work she must do to survive. (Photo by Renée C. Byer/Living on a Dollar a Day)

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