Just to be safe, I try to have at least two Leatherman tools on me at any given time. Here's their new device - a Leatherman bracelet, filled with screwdrivers and hex wrenches.
I don't fly, haven't been on a plane for years, but I would have guessed that they dim the lights so you don't get too good a look at the person behind you who just snored the whole way home from Ho-Ho-Kus.
This, of course, is Noctiluca scintillans, bioluminescent plankton on a stretch of coastline near Hong Kong. The picture was taken by photographer Kin Cheung. I don't like to see the water lighted up like that, but at least it's a non-parasitic dinoflaggelate. Right?
This is a frozen soap bubble. Some people have all the time in the world!
These are the people on the observation decks at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York, home of NBC and all that.
With most of the air being let out of the football season already, and the last gasp of Patriot-ism coming tomorrow, I say, let's get ready for Oriole baseball!
Not sure exactly where this picture was taken, but that's the point...this is happening in several cities this cold winter. People are knitting scarves for people in need, and donating them by leaving them in public parks.
Here's the inside of a former New York subway car, which, along with 713 others just like it, 86 retired tanks and armored personnel carriers, eight tugboats and barges, and 3,000 tons of ballasted truck tires were sunk in 2001 just 16 miles off Slaughter Beach, Delaware to form an artificial reef for the Maryland Reef Initiative. This was all done to bolster the marine ecology and provide a haven for fish like the one you see here.