Really like this night twilight approach into LAX. The pilot gives some excellent background information on the video over on YouTube.
C. G. P. Gre, an American living in London, has created an excellent video explaining the difference between the United Kingdom, Great Britain and England.
If you haven't seen the movie you may not want to watch the video.
The photo above shows the moment 3 dogs finishing in a triple dead heat, beating odds of more than a million to one.
All three were declared joint winners when even the track's photo finish technology couldn't split them, meaning that bookies had to pay out to anyone who put a bet on one of the individual dogs as well as on a combination of more than one of them coming first in the race.
The £500 prize payout was shared equally between the three dog-owners.
Bryan Lewis Saunders is an artist that likes to draw pictures after taking different drugs. The above image was taken after consuming 2 Psilocybin Mushrooms.
In this interview on Dinosaur City, Bryan explains the project as well as describing what he experiences when taking the drugs. The PCP account is pretty crazy.
Woman from Extreme Couponing TV show that can't stop collecting toilet rolls.
An amazing photograph showing the ISS passing in front of the sun during the solar eclipse. The photograph was taken by Thierry Legault and the ISS only passed in front of the sun for 0.86s.
A Filipino politician has photographed his own death.
Reynaldo Dagsa, 35, had been taking a picture of his family on New Year's Day when the gunman stepped out from behind a car, took aim and fired. The man had previously been order by Dagsa to be arrested for stealing cars.
The politician was hit twice and died later in hospital. [via]
If you are a Gmail user, you may or may not be aware of the cool 'labs' features that improve the mail app. Lifehacker lists 10 of the best. If you already know about them, it's still worth checking them out incase you have forgotten about some of them.
A giant Ilyushin IL-76 (probably intentionally) using the entire runway at an Australian airport.