Ruk Digest 7/10

Hello Fellow Rukkers!

1. How Can Restaurants Make Use Of Their Space During Non-Peak Hours?


Simple.

Turn it into a coworking space!

New York startup Spacious is working on making this concept into a business. 

"You have to figure out how to activate the vacancy windows that exist in spaces and buildings...and how to connect those spaces with the people who can use them right now."

2. Here Is An Idea To Spark Your Creativity


Artist Oliver Curtis decided to take pictures of famous landmarks, but instead of focusing his camera on the landmark, he pointed his camera in the opposite direction for a different point of view. 

He got some interesting shots through this method. 

So next time you go out exploring an area, try this out and see what you get. 

You may likely get a picture of a bunch of tourists taking pictures, but who doesn't love a picture of people taking pictures =).

3.  This Is Seriously One Of The Coolest Videos I Have Seen So Far This Year


Filmed using drones, this is an incredible skiing video. 

I seriously can't stop watching this.

It's beautiful, its unique, it's a MUST SEE. 

DC Upcoming Event

Union Kitchen Summer Taste Testing and Happy Hour

Union Kitchen is a DC Food Incubator. 

At this event you will have an opportunity to try foods and drinks from the Incubator members. 

Who wants to go with me??

July 16th @ 6pm.  

(Photo courtesy of Union Kitchen DC Instagram account)

Book of the Week

Atlas Obscura

This book features over 600 of the strangest and obscure places in the world. 

From things like a Baby Jumping Festival in Spain to the Glowworm Caves in New Zealand, this book will spark your curiosity. THAT'S FOR SURE.
 

Song of the Week

 
Summer Fun Jamz

WatchTheDuck - Beautiful, Broken, & Wasted (ft. Steve Aoki) Rain Man Remix

Recipe of the Week

 
 Pics of the Week

Very Creative Fire Burning Shot 
This Is How You Do Pictures For Your Wedding 
 
Beautiful Lavender Fields in Valensole, France 

Thought of the Week


"Is it possible that we are losing the ability to get lost in more than just the geographical sense? Is it possible that by knowing exactly where we are all the time, we are losing something more precious like our ability to be surprised?" 

- Lidor Wyssocky
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Thank you for reading!

Be Happy and Keep Learning!

Igor B.M.

  


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