Look to smaller airlines for strength.
Peter Shankman is well known for his social media presence, the books he writes, being a public speaker, founding HARO, sky diving, speaking almost as quickly as I do … and really for being a genuinely nice guy. When you get beneath...Show More Summary
Air New Zealand has put Smaug on the side of one of its planes. I believe it’s still a non-smoking flight. Imagine if this trend continues? Superman on a United jet, Winnie the Pooh on a British Airways plane.
Hop across buildings or fly through the sky in an environment without limits.
Moon Chart — Reference — $2.99 If you’re looking for a quick, easy-to-use reference guide for that giant rock in the sky, Moon Chart is a pretty good one. It’ll show you the phase and point out what scientists have … Read more ›
Delta Airlines is winning over America, one canceled flight at a time. Many of us have experienced delays while attempting to travel the less-than-friendly skies, although rarely does one see the kind of flight cancellation that occurred...Show More Summary
My son told me that I could watch Sky News out of the UK live any time I want from my Apple TV, but I'm darned if I can figure out how to do so. Can you show me what's involved?
In 1968, NBC newscaster, Chet Huntley, conceptualized Big Sky and the first chairlift turned on opening day December 15, 1973. Celebrating forty years is a big historical mile marker that bodes a big weekend celebration. On December 13 - 15, 2013 Big Sky Resort daily lift tickets will be $40. Show More Summary
Amazon announces a new technology plan, and within hours we see humor based on techno-fear:
1. Brand New – “Play Crack The Sky” (2003) “Calm me and let me taste the salt you breathed while you were underneath” The final track off of the Long Island foursome’s second album “Deja Entendu.” This acoustic song is…
Every evening for the past six months an extra-terrestrial visitor has graced the western skies. There is something UFO-like about it. As the Sun dips below the western horizon and twilight descends a deeper shade of blue, one star bursts into view before any other. Show More Summary
Anyone who's flown into Los Angeles can see them: the tiny, irregular-shaped turquoise gems that dot the residential landscape. It's incredible, really, how visible L.A.'s backyard pools are from the sky. You might have even found yourself counting them as you began your descent into LAX. Read more...
Pink Floyd alum Roger Waters made waves earlier this year when he was accused of anti-Semitism for both his support of a boycott of Israel and the use of the Star of David in his live shows. With Waters' The Wall tour wrapping up, the...Show More Summary
Imagine you’re sitting at home, bored and hungry, and you suddenly get the urge to watch Wet Hot American Summer and eat some Tater Tots. A smile grows on your face in anticipation, but then you remember that not only do you not own this classic comedy on DVD but you’re also fresh out of Tots. Show More Summary
You know the open, majestic skies of the American countryside? You know what those need more of? Drones. That's what Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos thinks, anyway. Last night he revealed a plan for Amazon Prime Air, a delivery system that uses drones to bring stuff to you so you never have to get up or leave the house or move ever again. Hooray!
Imagine a robot hovering overhead as you go about your day, driving to and from work, heading to the grocery store, or stopping by a friend's house. The robot records your every movement with a surveillance camera and streams the information to a government command center. Show More Summary
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss Amazon's plan to have delivery by drone, the future of a sky filled with UAVs and retail sales from Black Friday.
I've just been on Sky News discussing the Pisa results with Christine Blower, the general secretary of the NUT. She stuck to the same line she trotted out earlier in the Guardian and elsewhere, namely, that the poor performance of British schoolchildren in the Pisa tests is due to poverty and inequality, rather than poor [...]
Joe Jonas smoked marijuana with Miley Cyrus, British mom kicks her Pepsi habit, Russia raises the price of vodka, and bags of pot fall from the sky.
Over the course of her 15-year career, Britney Spears has worked with more producers and songwriters than there are stars in the sky, but three names have been integral to her evolution from potential TRL casualty to the sort of mainstay...Show More Summary