TRACING DAUGHTER’S CELL PHONE: NOT JUST ABOUT CONTROL.
Reading newspapers is all it takes for parents to get severely concerned about the safety of their daughters. But let us face it, technology does not help either. Parents have been reluctant when it comes to giving their daughters cell phones and often wish to trace her cell phone. This tends to put parents in negative light, however, very often; it is not an urge to control that drives parents but a concern for the safety of their child. And let’s face it; technology does not make the lives of parents any easier.
It is this fear of online predators that causes anxiety amongst parents; however, if the child is informed, it might lead to a disturbed environment at home.
It is for this reason that parents wish to keep things silent as they spy on their daughters.
- The TruthSpy.
This is a free phone tracker app. It does not create a dent in the pockets and provides the following features.
It can locate them no matter where they are.
This is another software that allows parents to trace their daughter without her detecting it. Now let us take a look at its features.
It works in all systems such as windows, apple, and android
Looks after call logs, video calls, SMS, media files and social media.
Most homeowners are constantly looking for novelty ways to improve each and every room in the house. And why wouldn’t they? After all, investing in your home is something that will benefit you in the long run. By far the trickiest one to rejuvenate is the bathroom, and this is why most people steer clear from this project.
Remodeling this part of the house sounds like a difficult and expensive project to take up. And while a full renovation that involves all new fixtures, rewiring and pipe repairs is indeed hard to pull off and will set you back quite a lot money-wise, there are also ways to make your bathroom feel fresh that are quick, easy and affordable.Do-it-Yourself Ideas for Your Bathroom
The fastest way to change the face of any room in your home is to revive a few central elements. This gives the illusion that a lot more remodeling has been done, when in fact you did it all yourself. The most convenient way to do this is by using a few clever DIY tricks.
There are many ways in which you can upgrade your bathroom and make it look and feel brand new. Furthermore, there are also solutions that you can apply which will make your water consumption more reasonable overall, thus lowering costs on your monthly bills. The beauty of DIY lies in the fact that you can mix and match any elements depending on your tastes, time and budget. Here the top three most convenient ideas for your bathroom that you apply yourself.
- Architects: JHD Architects
- Location: Hefei, Anhui, China
- Architect In Charge: Ning Jiang
- Design Team: Hui Ding, Meng Jiang, Baoqi Xu, Wenyan Chen, Xiaokun Zhu
- Area: 800.0 m2
- Project Year: 2017
- Photographs: Jianghe Zeng
- Landscape Design : Shanghai Ego Landscape Design Ltd.,
- Interior Design: Shanghai MU DI Interior Design
Speaking of green thumbs, the Green Thumb garden center in Sequim, WA appeared to have it all: a landscaped back lot, a shaded gazebo, a sign that advertised their acceptance of VISA and Master Charge cards… wait, Master “Charge”??
When you buy a property, you can be confident when you move in it that you’ll be staying put for a good long while. If you’re renting your home, however, you probably don’t know how long you’ll be staying so you’ll need to think more carefully about how you decorate.
While you want to live in an attractive and aesthetically pleasing environment, you probably don’t want to invest too much money on decorating a home in which you’ll only be living on a temporary basis. Where do you begin? Here are 10 top tips to help you get started on decorating your rental home.
- Decide To Decorate
The very first tip is not to give in to the temptation to leave the décor of your rental home as it is. Personalising your space is vital. Even if you’ll only be staying for a few months, you should still put your mark on your space in small ways.
- Versatility Is Key
Mountain shelters serve as protection for climbers during severe weather conditions. However, a Bulgarian design team discovered that many shelters have been destroyed, putting mountaineers at risk. As the winning proposal for the competition "Architecture of 2050," this innovative building addresses this critical problem through a combination of sustainability, materiality and technology.
The living room gets a lot of love. And a weekend doesn’t go by when you aren’t adding to or tweaking how your bedroom looks. But the yard? The yard is overlooked and isn’t a place that reflects too much creativity and personality.. but with a few small changes and design features your tiny yard could become a petit paradise.
Light the way
In any space, having the right light will instantly set the tone of the room. Bad lighting also has the power to turn people off a space so this is the right place to start. There are no flood lights or fluorescents in paradise so opt for some tasteful garden lights to set the mood, and get you in a state of relaxation fast.
Candles are always a nice touch in any outdoor setting, and if there is someone who is always getting bitten by mosquitoes (we all have that friend) surprise them with a citronella scent so you can enjoy the space at any hour of the day.
A pure volume, slightly lit, sits in the middle of a garden. It is a private chapel in Quinta de St. Ovídio in Lousada, built between 1989 and 2001 and designed by Álvaro Siza Vieira. The project starts from a path, where you can see the prismatic white volume from afar. As you pass through the building and some steps, you arrive at the entrance square. Here you will notice that Siza differentiated the main facade, in stone, from the other three, in white painted concrete, giving it importance.
At the entrance, next to the stone gable, a linear concrete bench is laid out perpendicularly.
“Have you seen the Johnsons’ back yard? I wouldn’t give you five bucks for the house, but what’s outside is out of this world.”
There is more to a property than the bricks and mortar. That’s why it’s referred to as a property, not just a house.
If you are lucky enough to have an outdoor area to call your own, making it look good can make you look good. And it can add to the value if you decide to sell it.
But never mind the ulterior motives: it’s yours, you live there and the outdoors part can give you a lot of pleasure.
It all depends on what you’ve got to work with, of course. For the purposes of this article I’m going to assume you’ve got a medium to smallish area.
Many such yards suffer from neglect because they’re not big enough to be considered worthwhile. So what you have is a small patch of mud with the garbage bin in one corner and odd bits of wood and plastic pipes dumped there just to get them out of the house. There might be an old washing machine and a pile of broken bricks and other debris.
It’s a sad sight – and it doesn’t have to be that way.
Here are ten ways to make your outdoor area something to be proud of.
- Architects: PAARQ Arquitectos
- Location: Zapallar, Chile
- Architect In Charge: Patricio Araya Rodriguez
- Design Team: PAARQ Arquitectos
- Area: 150.0 m2
- Project Year: 2017
- Photographs: Paula Monroy
- Construction: PAARQ Arquitectos
- Structural Calculation: Pablo Romero
- Site Area: 300 m2
- Owner: Francisca Contador, Miguel Galdos
There has been increasing awareness in recent years of the importance of infrastructure for pedestrians. These additions to the urban environment improve the quality of cities by connecting spaces and shortening travel distances, and their introduction can be beneficial not only to pedestrians but also to cyclists seeking a more environmentally friendly method of transport. In order to encourage the use of pedestrian infrastructure, here we present 15 footbridges, alongside their construction details, to showcase innovative solutions in terms of materials, forms, and structures.
- Architects: FRESH Architectures
- Location: Martin Luther King Park, 147 Rue Cardinet, 75017 Paris, France
- Project Leaders: FRESH Architectures (Agent Architects) Itar Architecture (Partners Architects)
- Area: 8500.0 m2
- Project Year: 2018
- Photographs: David Foessel
- Landscaper: Base
- Engineering Coordination: Elioth, Bollinger-Grohmann, Aïda, Elithis
- Clients: Demathieu Bard Immobilier, Ogic (Property developers)
It's not uncommon to happen upon works of architecture that resemble everyday objects. Sou Fujimoto even created an entire exhibition of "architecture" made of ashtrays, potato chips and matchboxes. Cheese graters, beehives and bottle openers appear to have been enlarged and given an architectural program (given the resemblance to their smaller counterparts).
Architect Filipe Vasconcelos goes beyond obvious alikeness and explores, through digital collage, the similarity between architectures and objects. He creates scenes in which the works are reimagined in displaced situations, with nothing to do with original context or use.