Filmmakers Chase Their Dream–On a Segway

Josh Caldwell and Hunter Weeks were bored with their cubicle-farm jobs, making good money but feeling empty and unfulfilled. Like many white-collar workers, they dreamed of a life beyond the veal-fattening pens. But unlike most, they found a unique way to bust out of their corporate prison: They rode a Segway, at 10 mph, from Seattle to Boston, and in the process turned themselves into filmmakers.… Read the rest

Filmmakers Chase Their Dream–On a Segway

Virgin America: Like a Multimillion-Dollar IPod. That Flies.

Inaugural Virgin America flight from JFK landing at San Francisco airportVirgin America launched its U.S. air service yesterday, and immediately staked a claim as the most geek-friendly airline yet invented. It’s also one of the most comfortable and pleasant to fly in — and it’s reasonably priced.

I flew in the inaugural flight from Los Angeles to San Francisco.… Read the rest

Virgin America: Like a Multimillion-Dollar IPod. That Flies.

Book Review: It’s Not News, It’s Fark

FarkbookDrew Curtis may run one of the funniest news aggregation sites around, but just because he’s a joker, don’t make the mistake of thinking he doesn’t really understand the news. If his claims are to be believed, Curtis has probably read more news stories in the eight years he’s been running Fark than anyone who actually works in the journalism business.… Read the rest

Book Review: It’s Not News, It’s Fark