Another week has passed and yet again we are here to brings you 25 of the week’s best links, articles, images, and videos from all over the web. From the world’s first skydiver to safely land without using a parachute to an extremely resilient slinky that captured hearts all over the internet with its stop-at-nothing attitude we bring you Link25 (007) – The Dramatic Slinky Edition.
On Wednesday Gary Connery became the first person in world history to safely land a skydive without using a parachute. He accomplished this by means of a specially designed wingsuit and a landing strip constructed out of cardboard boxes.
In this incredible night-time capture by Yury Pustovoy we see a group of fisherman departing for an evening fishing excursion with their trusty birds (cormorants) in tow. Comments on Reddit strongly suggest this was taken in Yangshuo, about an hour outside of Guilin (Southern China).
If you think you’ve seen the best dance moves, then think again. Breakdancing utilizes elements of martial arts, gymnastics, and even yoga. Today, break dancers, better known as Bboys or Bgirls, have pushed the limits of the human body to the point of almost defying gravity. Straight from the underground dance scene, this list brings you the top 25 craziest breakdance moves in the world!
It’s no secret that Americans spend quite a bit of time at their desk while they’re at work, but did you realize that it’s close to roughly a third of their entire time spent there? Exercise is a vital and important aspect of a healthy lifestyle and anything you can do to keep yourself fit will help you out in the long run. Just because you’re in a cubicle and not out on the field or court doesn’t mean there still aren’t things you can do at work to stay fit.
Born in Japan but now living and working in New York City, artist Kumi Yamashita does incredible things with light and shadows. In her series entitled Light & Shadow, Kumi uses a single light source along with an assortment of perfectly placed objects to create incredible shadow silhouettes and artwork on walls.
David is the editor-in-chief of List25. He has a Masters degree in International Business from University of Florida. He loves to break dance, do flips, play guitar, and everything else that is fun. Follow him on Twitter @iamdpegg
List25 compiles lesser-known intriguing information on a variety of subjects. List25 was started by David Pegg (@iamdpegg) and Syed Balkhi (@syedbalkhi). These college roommates from University of Florida loved finding bizarre yet interesting information on the internet, and sharing it with their friends. The problem was that facebook just couldn't compile it in a way they wanted. It was impossible to pull what they had shared a few months ago. Out of their frustration, they decided to solve the problem with a new project called List25.