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Yves “Jetman” Rossy’s exploits have been well-documented over the years. He’s crossed the English Channel, the Grand Canyon, and flown alongside a B-17 bomber with a jet-powered wing strapped to his back and nothing else. He’s crazy in the best way possible. We caught up with Yves yesterday to chat about what’s coming next for Jetman, his thoughts on Felix Baumgartner and what it’s like to fly with a wing strapped to your back.
If I didn’t know anything about Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game series, I’d probably be super excited to see the movie adaption. It takes place in space, has plenty of space battles and lots of things blow up. This latest trailer gives the illusion that the movie might not suck.
Today the Washington Post Company agreed to sell the Washington Post newspaper to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos for $US250 million in cash. This ends the Graham family’s ownership of the paper after four generations. The deal, which was made independently of Bezos’ other ventures, is expected to close within 60 days.