Traveling is awesome. There are plenty of sights to see, people to meet, and cuisine to sample. It's definitely a good trip, though, if the hotel can be more than just a place to keep your luggage and pass out after a long day of sightseeing. A cool hotel can make all the difference on a trip, but usually, it means it serves a good breakfast and maybe the tubs have jets.
Jetsons Land-Air Hybrid Flying cars making a comeback. PAL-V ONE which looks like a cross between a three-wheeler & a helicopter uses a rear-mounted propeller to take off & a free-spinning rotor on top for lift. Made by PAL-V in the Netherlands, it needs about 200 meters to take off & costs nearly $ 300000. If the price comes down and a reasonable way can be found to keep skyborne vehicles separated, we may at last see a world that is somewhat akin to the one depicted on the Jetsons.
The photographer on your list probably has all of latest camera gadgets alongside a slew of thrift store vintage cameras—some still working, some collecting dust on the shelf. Why not make them something a little different—a vintage camera nightlight.
Why settle for a cramped corner of a noisy house when your home office could be a separate unit tucked into the greenery of your backyard? These compact office designs fit into virtually any outdoor space, and they’re so good-looking, they practically function as yard art.
Leah Arzu- I picked this image because it deals with both our need to "share" so much of ourselves as well as the theory of singularity. Kids are learning to manipulate and use technology before they even get into school these days. They are tapping into the new media and it is quickly becoming a tool used in their communication. I believe this upcoming generation will almost solely depend on media communication. A face to face conversation without handheld media will be an anomaly.