Did you enjoy my review of the Peninsula hotel Rolls Royce? Well check out a video of the experience!
Tilt shift lenses are a bit weird-looking, but how do they work and why are they important?
Let’s face it: airline safety videos are pointless and useless and everyone hates them and ugh. They’re kind of a necessary evil, at least according to the FAA who, you know, govern flight in America.
Most airline safety videos are the same old nonsense about insert the metal clasp into your eyeball and so on and so forth, but a few airlines go out of their way to make enjoyable ones. So kick back, relax, and enjoy five in-flight safety videos that are actually enjoyable.
I was really nervous. Bluffworks had been kind enough to send me a pre-release sample of their innovative new Blazer (available on Kickstarter here) and I was potentially about to destroy it. Even crazier was that Stefan, the founder of Bluffworks, insisted I try to destroy it! Click through for the video and a little tidbit about what’s coming this afternoon!
I’ll admit, I was breathing pretty heavily. Walking up hundreds of stairs will do that to you. Especially carrying about 20 pounds of camera gear on your back. It was kind of nuts to me that I only had six hours until my flight, because that meant about an hour of hiking and a fairly hefty drive back to an airport notorious for delays at security (I’d end up being the last person to make the flight). What was I doing there? Besides taking pictures? Well, I was completing the most thorough product test of my blogging career: testing the Bluffworks travel pants.