A small ship is lit by a ray of sunshine as it sails up the Tagus river in Lisbon, Portugal on February 25.
I've never seen anything like this stunning 360-degree time-lapse videos by photographer Vincent Brady. I think it's the first one ever. He made them using a multiple camera 360-degree time-lapse panorama after years spent experimenting and customizing his kit. Incredible.
Camille Seaman, 2013 TED presenter on storm chasing, has been photographing storms since 2008. Her now six year-old collection is called The Big Cloud, a title which is very, very accurate. But more than that, her photos show the storms as the heavens reaching down to us.
After The Avengers made another $100 million at the box office this weekend, a sequel is simply a matter of time. And it sounds like Joss Whedon has a definite idea about whom he wants to add to the team... and it isn't another dude!
We already knew that Virgin America and American Airlines were planning to bring in-flight wi-fi in 2008, but we seriously didn't expect it be ready by spring. Aircell has just launched its US in-flight wi-fi service called "gogo" and they claim it will be available in the first half of 2008. Virgin America and…
We don't spend nearly enough of our time looking up. Fortunately, film maker Ken Murphy has done it for us, pointing a camera straight up, from sunup to sundown, for 146 consecutive days. It's beautiful.