Whether it's coming up with cost-effective space travel; an experimental transit system that could zip people across a country
Anyone can pull an all nighter. What student hasn't done this and produced some whiz bang of a term paper the next morning. No big deal right? So this Elon Musk guy works all night and whacks out a 57-page report detailing the Hyperloop, a souped up hovercraft in a tube allowing the great unwashed to travel at the speed of sound from one city to the next, powered by the sun, all for $20 a shot. Big whoop.
Saving our skin, celebrity life tips, teens and Facebook, Elvis Dogs and the Hyperloop -- that's what caught my attention this week.
Easily-available software, net-based social media tools, guts, and a healthy ignorance of "how it should be" have now made every musician a producer, every producer a label, every craftsman an international marketer...and every current international marketer scared as hell.
"I would like to die on Mars," billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk told an audience last week. "Just not on impact." During
Space vacations, 3D printers, electricity-generating clothes and skyscrapers that can be built in just over two weeks may