Its safe to say that ‘thingamabobber style’ strike indicators have taken over today’s nymphing scene. Whether or not you choose to fish under an indicator, its hard to argue their effectiveness. They cast reasonably well, float virtually forever, and are a breeze to attach to any standard leader. However, a downside to many modern strike […]
Black to play Carlsen - Anand, World Championship (6) 2014 It’s not going to be the thing that most people remember about game 6 from Sochi, I admit, but along with all the drama, there was an ISE possibility late on Saturday afternoon. Show More Summary
With the help of a seed investment from Patagonia's 2O Million and Change Fund, Bureo Design is working with the fishing industry in Chile to turn plastic ocean waste into skateboards. LINK (via:GrindTV)
One of our favorite running lines for skagit style spey casting is Airflo’s Miracle Braid. It handles well in all conditions, shoots like a rocket, and better yet, it floats! Not to mention it sounds super cool as it zips through the guides. Creating a loop in Miracle Braid to attach to a skagit head or backing can be […]
Bote'd Albie from Deep on Vimeo.
Captains Fordyce and Bosso in the last days of the 2014 Don Hawley Tarpon Tournament in Islamorada, FL. When you put the time in tarpon fishing, eventually things come together and magical moments happen. Appropriately titled, this episode exposes some unique daisy chaining footage. LINK
FIDE Youth Chess Olympiad Hosted by Hungary Already Breaks RecordsOnly four months after the Chess Olympiad in Tromso where the greatest chess players of the world competed against each other it is already time to have a look at the best talents of the next generation. Show More Summary
ENGROSSING & INSPIRING, ALGORITHMS IS RELEASED IN THE UK ON 7 NOVEMBERIn India, a group of boys dream of becoming Chess Masters, driven by a man with a vision. But this is no ordinary chess and these are no ordinary players. Algorithms...Show More Summary
From Wil Gonzalez
SilencerCo has released the latest video in a series highlighting their Salvo 12 shotgun suppressor, in which a hunter is shown taking down some hogs at night at an unnamed location in the South. It features some impressive night-vision footage. http:...
Hi I’m Cara, and today, I want to walk you through the steps to a make a fun, interactive planner. This one is Christmas themed, mine is already full of present ideas and to-do lists, but feel free to make yours any theme you like. I...Show More Summary
You probably remember that scene from Top Gun where Tom Cruise scans a briefing room full of hot-shot pilots during his first day at the famous Naval Fighter Weapons School and wonders "who the best is". Top Gun was a fictional tale, of course... Show More Summary
As promised, here is a follow-up to the mention, a couple of weeks ago, of the "What Marcel Duchamp Taught Me" exhibition - it is on until the 5th November at the Fine Art Society so you might still catch it. There is also a little comment...Show More Summary
Check out this Intel video featuring the HR-OS1 Humanoid Endoskeleton and our Own Andrew Alter. Andrew talks about the different things that the HR-OS1 can do and how its designed to interact with the world.
When we take one of our PhantomX Hexapods out for a walk, we almost always get the question ‘Can it go up stairs?’. Our normal response is ‘Nope!’. But it looks like Youtube user AndrewHumphries is working on that problem! Check out this video of the Hexapod climbing stairs. The hexapod doesn’t move very quickly [...]
A small northern pike leaps on shore to avoid being snatched by a bigger pike.
Last week I roadtripped south with a few friends to see the gardens of our San Antonio blogger friends, Heather Ginsburg of Xericstyle and Shirley Fox of Rock-Oak-Deer, plus Shirley’s neighbor and gardening friend Melody. I posted about Shirley’s garden here. Show More Summary
Jordan Thompson hoists all kinds of slack-jawed goodness for this Oct. 2014 submission.
No invention was born outside the mind of man. So, every once in awhile, it’s worth mining a few sci-fi visions for the dark, twisted, unexpected, hopeful, or inspiring. Astrophysicist Kip Thorne—whose book on black holes sits on my shelf—recently teamed up with director Christopher Nolan of Dark Knight fame […]
The internet is a little bit like an organism—a really huge organism, made up of over four billion IP addresses networked across the globe. How does the internet behave day to day? What are its natural cycles? USC Viterbi School of Engineering project leader and computer science assistant professor, John […]