Foxy favorites 05/2020

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Welcome to the next chapter of #foxyfavorites. If you do not know what’s going on, let me explain you – every month I’ll toss you here, in the form of a post my favorite links, interesting articles, interesting books, cool profiles on YouTube / Instagram / Facebook and what I think it will be worth sharing. Read and use, and if you like to recommend further. I will be very pleased.

First time? If so, I’ll leave you here a link to the first article

How kitchen design has changed over the years

On your HomeAdvisor profile, you’ll find valuable home-themed videos. You will learn how to mount a sink, what you should not throw into a composter, all sorts of homemade life-hacks, or how to take care of house plants. I came across these profiles by chance, when I tried to find out how I should prepare the garden for the coming summer. But the two videos I liked the most were the one below – about how the décor of the kitchen has changed over the years and the other – about how the living room changed. I’m a mega fan of such reconstructions and showing what it used to be like.

In the 1980s, i.e. the What language does in our head

This book was recommended to me by a friend from London (thanks, Magda!) and I bought it right away. What the language does in our head is fascinating. If you are curious about what processes take place in our heads under the influence of tongues, then go to Berry. You can buy the book on the Karakter Publishing House website

https://www.instagram.com/p/B92GJ-4BnE9/

Banksy

Famous British graphic artist and his bathroom. 😉

https://www.instagram.com/p/B_Aqdh4Jd5x/

Samsung packs its TVs in ECO-packaging, from which you can make furniture

In January, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 in Las Vegas, Samsung announced new eco-packaging.

What will you need to do to get such a box? Buy anything from the Samsung Lifestyle TV series. So far, these are only 3 types of TVs. What else is an advantage? The fact that Samsung did not have to print the folding instructions on directly on the cartons, only you will need to scan the QR code. This saves printing ink. Another step closer to ecology.

Image Credits: samsungtv
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Marc Rebillet

A few weeks ago I came across this video on 9GAG’u and I’ll tell you so – I love this guy. There is a good bit, a sense of humor, a great distance to each other and mega confidence. Me fit? Matches! If it weren’t for the coronavirus, I would certainly be looking for tickets to His performance. All in all, I was already looking for and chirping.. and I watched sets from m.in. from London or Amsterdam. Yesterday I watched streaming from His apartment. I wish I had known Marc before. 😉

Source Wikipedia

Marc Rebillet is an American electronic musician and YouTuber from Dallas, Texas, and currently lives in New York City. He is known for improvising electronic songs with comical lyrics. Rebillet distributes his work primarily through YouTube videos and Twitch live streams, where he uses loop stations, keyboards, vocals and percussion instruments to produce his songs in his apartment. He also released two studio albums, Marc Rebillet and Europa, as well as two extended albums, Loop Daddy and Loop Daddy II.

All in all, that would be enough in this ore monthly. In the next installment I will m.in you about my favorite YouTUbe channels, cool apps that will put your phone aside and much more! See you in June! <3

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