An Air France flier found himself with a whole row to himself on a San Francisco-Charles De Gaulle flight, so he set up his SLR and a tripod and shot a time-lapse of the entire flight out the window. As the plane passed over the Arctic, he caught some breathtaking shots of the Aurora Borealis. The Air France crew were apparently very supportive of his project, which is a credit to them.
Bryan Keith took a flight over the airport in Victorville, California, which has become a storage site for jumbo jets grounded for spring and likely summer too. [Victorville is] currently one of the largest airplane parking lots in the world due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In this video, in coordination with air traffic control (ATC), […]
Six months ago, you probably never expected that you’d have to be making decisions about the performance and fashionability of a face covering as a major new staple of your casual wardrobe…but here we are. As things now stand, it seems likely that face coverings as a means of social distancing will remain a part […]
We’ve all been cooped up in the house for way too long. Even though we’re all trying to be more health-conscious these days, the confinement is likely doing a number on both the physical and psychological health of millions. Young or old, male or female, it’s time for many to take some proactive steps toward […]
At some point in the future, global communications networks will likely reach one standardized protocol that everyone uses. If you look back over the past few decades, there’s a decent chance that when the story of digital networking is finally settled once and for all, it’s Cisco and Cisco-based systems that the globe will be […]