From Alaska to Argentina, Alex Chacon takes a 500 day tour through the Americans on his KLR 650.
British film pioneer Claude Frisse-Greene gives us a colour tour of a vintage London.
Living an active lifestyle doesn't have to mean protecting your iPhone with an unsightly, thick case. Nomad's Active Rugged option uses a DuPont polycarbonate frame, rubber TPE bumper, and microfiber lining to swaddle and protect your device. Its back, meanwhile, is covered in naturally-tanned water-resistant leather from Heinen in Germany. It's both more sophisticated than most plastic options and more resistant to scratches and scuffs than typical leather. The case is fully Qi-compatible for wireless charging, has a thick bumper to protect against drops up to 6 feet, and has reinforced speaker ports that double as lanyard attachment points.
Height Above Screen: 0.75mm / Back Plate Thickness: 2.75mm / Bumper Thickness: 1.85mm
Already known for their toughness, the latest addition to the I.N.O.X. line adds a carbon case for a new level of strength. The lightweight, space-tested carbon composite is highly resistant to both scratches and heat and houses a highly visible face with luminous hands and indexes protected by scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The timepiece is powered by Swiss-made automatic movement Sellita SW200 with a 38-hour power reserve, visible through the titanium exhibition case back. Each watch finished with a black rubber strap and is delivered in a special packaging that holds an exclusive Spartan PS knife with matte black handles and a black protective bumper.
Diameter: 43mm / Lug width: 20mm / Depth rating: 200 meters / Weight 3.6 oz
After a few guest appearances, Michael J. Fox is making a return to television with this upcoming sitcom. The new NBC series is centered around a news anchor who is trying to return to work while dealing with Parkinson's, teenagers, and Marie Schrader. Check it out Thursdays this fall.
Facebook moving around the stuff on our profiles can be so annoying, but when they try to rearrange the stuff in our lives, that's where we draw the line.
Built to track two time zones at once, a GMT is a must-have for watch aficionados that travel. This example from Bamford stands out, featuring a black dial with a 3 O'Clock date window, icy blue indices, and a matte black case. The dark case and dial contrast beautifully with the blue markers for top-notch visibility that give this GMT an almost futuristic vibe. The watch is powered by a self-winding Sellita GMT movement that uses a central hand and a rotating inner bezel to track a second timezone that is operated using an independent crown. Perfect for jet setters as well as collectors with a keen fashion sense, the timepiece is protected by sapphire crystal glass and finished with a matte black stainless steel bracelet to match the case.
Case Diameter: 40mm / Water Resistance: 100m / Glass: Sapphire Crystal / Lug Width: 20mm / Movement: Sellita SW330-1 / Power Reserve: up to 42 hours / Jewels: 25
Secrid rose to prominence with their Cardprotector, a design award winner that kept cards from breaking and preventing unauthorized RFID/NFC scanning. Those same features are at the core of the Cardslide, but with some big upgrades. Not only does the high-quality aluminum casing keep your cards protected, but with one movement they slide out in overlapping sequence for easy retrieval. It can hold up to six cards, or use the space for notes, coins, and keys instead. Either way, the Cardslide is tough and durable yet lightweight.
During his 60 Minutes interview with Charlie Rose, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates explains how he is using his 67 billion dollar fortune to make the world a better place, curing one deadly disease at a time.