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Books of The Times: Review: China Miéville’s ‘Three Moments of an Explosion’

The short stories in Mr. Miéville’s newest collection take place in a variety of strange worlds, including one in which icebergs fly.

Watch: A skydive for the record books

164 skydivers flying head-down created the largest ever vertical skydiving formation Friday over central Illinois, as they fell at 240 miles per hour

Judging a Book By Your Ideology

I feel weirdly remotely responsible for a news development over the weekend. They call themselves “Flying Monkeys” and they are trying to bombard Ryan T. Anderson’s Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom with bad reviews. Of course, most of the bad word comes from those who have never read the book. Show More Summary

A space rock worth $5.4 trillion is flying by Earth this weekend — here's how to watch

Asteroids might not look like much on the outside, but you shouldn't judge a book by its cover.  Underneath the surface of some asteroids is a treasure trove of a type of mineral, called platinum, that is rare on Earth but extremely lucrative — 1,000 cubic centimeters of platinum is worth close to $1 million. Show More Summary

New Fly Fishing Books

2 weeks agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

The President’s Salmon: Restoring the King of Fish and its Home Waters by Catherine Schmitt presents a rich cultural and biological history of the Atlantic salmon and the salmon fishery of the Penobscot River, which is the last bastion for … more ?

Carine Roitfeld Launches 'CR Men's Book'

There's no doubt that the visibility of men's fashion is expanding. More menswear designers, who typically fly under-the-radar compared to womenswear designers, are emerging as fashion stars, and new institutions like New York's first men's fashion week and the New York Times' new men's style... Continue reading

The Rebirth of Permission Marketing -- Part III in the Series, "Marketing in the Age of Intelligent Machines"

It was a more than sixteen years ago -- how time flies -- that Seth Godin published his little marketing classic, Permission Marketing. The premise of his book: the digital experience is changing the way we engage with customers because customers have more power to manage their relationships with brands. Show More Summary

"When Did Wonder Woman First Fly?" and More Comic Book Firsts

CSBG has an archive of notable comic book firsts, including their latest: When did Wonder Woman first gain the ability to fly?

When We First Met – When Did Wonder Woman First Fly?

In their latest spotlight on notable comic book firsts, CSBG reveals when Wonder Woman flew for the first time!

New Fly Fishing Books

3 weeks agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

Reflections from 100 Fly Fishers by Michael Reingruber is a collection of memories, anecdotes, and tips from over 100 top guides and anglers across the globe. All profits support the Casting for Recovery and Project Healing Waters Missions. Designed by … more ?

Superhero Bookends Keep Your Books Safely Elevated

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

These whimsical bookends and shelves from Isreal-based Artori Design give the illusion that a superhero is "saving" your books from falling.  The bookends, called   Book & Hero, features  a helpful superhero who appears to be flying in to push your tilted books back into place. Show More Summary

Tenkara Fly Fishing: Insights and Strategies

Tenkara Fly Fishing by David Dirks isn’t an instructional book about fly fishing in the Tenkara style and if you’re looking for a structured introduction to Tenkara you’re going to be disappointed. Instead, it’s a round table collection of responses to questions about Tenkara techniques posed by Dirks to a half-dozen Tenkara fishing guides, covering […]            

Vacation Reading Time: INFOGRAPHIC

3 weeks agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Which books do you like to bring with you when you go on vacation? The Fly Abu Dhabi team has created an infographic to showcase The Ultimate Holiday Reads by Destination. The image features several beloved books including One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, and To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Show More Summary

SDCC: Robert Kirkman's Skybound Flies With Horror & Sci-Fi LIVE!

Creators of Skybound books from "Birthright" to "Thief of Thieves" to "Manifest Destiny" share the wild worlds of Robert Kirkman's Image imprint.

Tippets: Zimmerman on Carp Flies, C&R for Tiger Muskies

last monthHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

Jay Zimmerman, author of the recent book “Best Carp Flies, The: How to Tie and Fish Them,” talks about the evolution of carp fishing as well as the philosophy behind a well-tied fly in a recent podcast episode on The Itinerant … mor...

Last-minute UFC Fight Night 70 fighters aren't the only ones scrambling

Booked on short-notice to fill gaps left by a visa backup, a lot of fighters at Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 70 event are flying blind. But they’re not the only ones forced to come up with a game plan on short notice.Filed under: AXS TV Fights, News, UFC

Tippets: GuideHire, Smallmouth Flies, Sheep Creek Copper Mine

last monthHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

Newly developed GuideHire offers a platform to find and book guides quickly and easily. “With more than 27,000 guides nationwide operating as part of the $1 billion outdoor industry, you’d think it’d be easy to book a fishing trip in … more ?

I Am In Love With The Batmobile

Arkham Knight is a pretty good video game. Good flying, good punching, good comic book action. But the one thing I’ve taken away from it more than anything else is just how damn good the Batmobile is. Read more...

Fantastic promo: Earn JetPrivilege tier points on online bookings

Jet Airways is running a promotion through July 21, 2015 where you can earn bonus Tier points for all your flights through Q32015. You need to book directly with Jet Airways' self booking channels, and help yourself to flying in July - September 2015. Show More Summary

How Does An Airline Make Money If They Won’t Sell Tickets?

Want to fly to Mexico for a late fall getaway? Frontier won't take your money. Ready to book travel to visit Grandma in Detroit for Thanksgiving? Frontier would rather you flew Spirit. I'm not an aviation analyst, but it seems to me that in order for an airline to make money they've got to sell tickets. Show More Summary

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