Time lapse photography at its best.
This was a tough triangle problem that I was exposed to while at Princeton, but didn’t really solve it until years later. It doesn’t really require any single tough jump in skill, but it just is tough to create the extra dimension required to solve.
Kiva.org does an excellent job of helping entrepreneurs in developing countries and disadvantaged communities raise small amounts of capital for business purposes.
SWF is an excellent program for protecting, preserving, and rehabilitating raptors.
Video of hawks landing on the outstretched arms of paraglider pilots.
Nancy tries out her new electric bike from Kilowatt Bikes and we meet Shannon for lunch on one of the first great weekend days this year.
An interesting book that we like a lot is Younger Next Year by Chris Crowley and Henry Lodge. It was introduced to us by our friend Jim Mitchell. I heard that he bought a box and distributed it to friends as gifts.
Dave Hazen was my advisor and professor at Princeton. He nominated me for the role of President at Embry-Riddle and came to be interim department chair.
AvWeb and the New York Times did a report on this very unusual accident near New York City 50 years ago today. Aviation is changed because of the accident, but I also enjoyed learning about the boy who was thrown free.
Hypothetical receipt showing where a couple’s tax dollars go in 2009.
Visit to the Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility allowed us a terrific view, but we also learned much about forests and their use of carbon dioxide.
Link to an interesting article defending Apple’s strategy of restricting access to iPad as a way to increase value to its users.