During the month of April, I spent a lot of time with these two girls: Catleya Sornmyura, an event planner at the Biltmore Hotel and an acquaintance of mine from high school, and her best friend Sasha Bruno, a herbal pharmacist and up-and-coming entrepreneur of paleo muffins.
This is their story: a feel-good documentary about the power of friendship and how two completely different personalities have found solace in each other’s company.
Continue reading Sasha and The Cat (A Documentary)
Hello everyone! I’m starting a new series called Cycle 305 where I’m going to take you with me on a bunch of bicycle rides that I do regularly – everything from going to work to hanging out with friends – as well as talk to you about the subtleties of the bicycle lifestyle and how they’ve impacted my life.
In this first episode, I talk about my ’87 Trek 330 and its custom features.
Let me know what you think! I hope to keep up the with series with at least one vlog a week.
The U.S. government, Amazon, and even kids around your neighborhood are all using or thinking about using drones for military, commercial or recreational purposes.
In August of this year, the FAA issued a 624-page publication detailing Part 107, the agency’s answer to the sprawling and until then unregulated popularity of drones across the United States. The legislation allows individuals to obtain drone aviation certifications that would allow them to fly for commercial purposes, opening up the door to substantial financial opportunities that were previously inaccessible.
Now, a South Florida-based company called Soaring Sky, which has been flying drones since 2014, wants to jump on the education bandwagon and help middle and high school students get the skills they need to take advantage of this rapidly growing industry.
Continue reading Drone company launches afterschool academy
Though some may write them off as obsolete, HD-capable MiniDV camcorders can actually be of great value to the amateur Youtuber and videographer.
Continue reading Are HD MiniDV Camcorders Obsolete in 2016?