Did Michelangelo Start His Career as an Art Forger?



Was scrolling down some art news and found Hili Perlson’s article about Michelangelo. Pretty interesting one. So if you have some spare time, you can read it right here. I will leave a link on her profile.

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DIY: Homemade bow


I decided to post it, because recently I remembered my childhood and those games with kid’s bows. It was something unforgettable. I even managed to create ballista! But that will be another story… And now, it is a comprehensive guide that focuses on how to transform your wood into a functioning bow. There will be cool photos of some bows to add you inspiration.

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House of your dream. Code name “Elm”


Problem of free living space is almost everywhere. And can’t agree more that it’s really a problem. Thousand s of people are struggling for life in a good conditions. Simple American dream – house, two cars and lovely family. We all deserve it! So why wouldn’t we start from a tiny house?

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5 Tips for Staying Safe Online From a Google Security Expert


We’re living in the age of the data breach. From Target to Home Depot, a growing number of companies have been targeted by hackers hoping to score customers’ personal data and credit card numbers.

Unfortunately for consumers, there’s little we can do to be sure the companies we’re shopping at are doing enough to prevent these kinds of incidents. However, we can take precautions to secure ourselves in case our personal information is ever stolen.

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5 tips for rookie campers


Traditional ways of travelling can be boring, especially if there’s no cool nature around the hotel or if you are tired of being a typical tourist. Anyway, here are 5 tips for campers.


  1. Good tent


I think it’s not a secret that if you want to camp somewhere – you need a tent or at least a whole RV. It should be made of material which doesn’t get wet and can stand against the wind. But if you really want to camp – take it seriously.

Don’t forget about the quantity of people and the climate of your destination point and how easy to place it.

  1. Tough backpack


Backpack is the second main thing you need to have. Try not to save on this. There are dozens of variants in sport shops, your  task – to choose the right one.

Take into account the capacity of your backpack, the stuff you need to put in and can it hold the large weight. And of course don’t forget about comfort. Remember, less is better.

  1. Sleeping bag


So if you manage to get those 2 things, then you need to have a sleeping bag. In addition – buy a mat to have one more layer between you and the ground. It will warm you during the nights.

  1. Lights


If you want to spend night outside, then you need to have the lights. But, if you are going to spend them near the campfire, you won’t need it, thought would be nice to have one just in case. It’s also a good way to keep your camp safe from the animals.

  1. Charging device


Though you will be far from civilization, you still need to have contact with it in case of emergency. Would be nice to have those chargers with built-in solar panel. This will help your battery to live longer.

Of course, if you a pro traveler you know all this, but if not – take into account. Have a nice trips!