Posts filed under “Travel”

Porsche 918 Spyder Sets Speed Nurburgring Record

One week before serial production, Porsche’s 918 Spyder, a gas-electric plug-in hybrid, set a course speed record at the infamous Nurburgring motorsports complex. WSJ’s “Rumble Seat” columnist Dan Neil weighs in on the secrets to the Spyder’s success.

Category: Travel, Weekend

Bike Lanes by Casey Neistat

Hilarious:  

Category: Travel, Weekend

Easter Island Heads Have BODIES

Verified by Snopes: Click to enlarge Source: Daily Mail See also: British archaeologists solve the mystery of the Easter Island red hats (DailyMail)

Category: Travel, Weekend

Secret Life of Business Class Seats

Jad Mouawad visits B/E Aerospace to see the technology behind business class seats.
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Category: Travel, Video

Sea Ray 350 SLX Preview

THIS IS A BADASS BOAT: Click to enlarge • Seating for 18. • Available Dynamic Running Surface and Axius joystick technology deliver adaptable performance underway and simple docking. • Optional raised Manta bow shades. • 160 fuel gallon. Source: Marine Max

Category: Travel, Weekend

WTF Podcasts – Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks

We all have lots of ways to make travel less arduous. If you don’t have access to a Tardis or the next best thing — a Gulfstream G5 — then you know how arduous aircraft travel can be. Sometimes you are just too tired to read, too fidgety to watch a movie. DVDs of youe…Read More

Category: Travel, Weekend

Independent Thought: Earning Your Free Will

Ahhh, sleeping in my own bed — such a delight. After a trip to Denver for an FA Mag conference and then onto to Vancouver for the Agora event, I am back home again. It is just for a week, and then I head off to my annual Maine fishing event. Travel is good for…Read More

Category: Philosophy, Psychology, Travel

What to Do in Denver Over the Weekend?

I am going to be in Denver this weekend for the F-A Alternatives Conference, and I find myself with some time to kill. Any suggestions what to do in Denver ?

Category: Travel

Fly a Real Fighter Jet for Fun

Source: CNNMoney

Category: Travel, Weekend

Repairing infrastructure can help repair economy

If you have spent much time traveling around the United States, you likely have noticed that our infrastructure looks a bit worn and tired and in need of some refreshing. If you spend much time traveling around the world, however, you will notice that our infrastructure is shockingly bad. So bad that it’s not an…Read More

Category: Really, really bad calls, Taxes and Policy, Travel