This is your chance to watch a man fly.
There's been a lot of talk over the past few days about the 'legacy' of these athletes, of the social progress which comes from events like these and of the lessons they teach us all. It would be nice to think that their legacy is global and profound, that it challenges perspectives, shifts attitudes and redresses relationships.
In my case, my jump was something closer to a walk. And no, that's not a figure of speech, I mean that quite literally. My jump was a walk -- a long one, finishing 2,185 miles later.
When to Jump is a platform that encourages people to follow their dreams by leaving their comfortable situations. Anna Kay Thomas shares her story through slam poetry.
A man is searching for the kind stranger who persuaded him not to jump off a bridge into the River Thames in 2008.
Ever wonder what happens when you jump on a frozen trampoline? If so, apparently you're not the only one. Vine user and Iowa
As the congratulatory wishes come in to mark the 50th birthday of Michael Jordan, one the greatest basketball players of all time, I am struck by the iconic image of MJ in flight and what it represents for all of us.
Everyone's favorite multi-platform professor, Bill Nye the Science Guy, streams into What's Trending via Google+ Hangout to discuss evolution, climate change, online learning and much more.
So if a car's experience is so fundamentally different than riding transit, what parallel experience can we plumb for joyous attributes? I would propose we look for a model to long-distance trains and their sense of possibility and romance, not the raw sex of cars.