The kid that rolls this into the playground is sure to be the center of attention.
Yves Lefevre's job is better than yours. He spends his days travelling the world taking pictures of marine life.
Off the island of Rurutu in French Polynesia the underwater photographer got up close and personal with his favorite subject: the humpback whale. (This one he caught midway through a barrel roll).
Rurutu has in recent years become known for whale watching as humpbacks go there to reproduce between July and October. These spectacular mammals are one of the larger rorqual species with adults ranging in length from 40-50 ft and weighing approximately 79,000lb.
Lefevre has collaborated with big some of the most renowned photographers, including French director Luc Besson for the 1991 documentary 'Atlantis.'
Hmmm, what did you do at work today?
Top starchitect Sir Norman Foster's design for a possible successor to London's iconic Routemaster bus.
The hop-on-hop-off double decker comes with a glass ceiling and will be unveiled today.
His design is one of several being put forward for a competition held by Mayor Boris Johnson to find a replacement for the famous old buses which were taken out of service and given a new lease of life in India.
Household Name has opened a new category: 'Brand 'O The Week' will focus on a marketer that just makes the product experience be exactly as it should.
Take a deep breath before you sign up for Skype. I did. And may the phone monoliths rest in pieces.