Martha Stewart has always been on the bleeding edge of domestic tech disruption: Using drones to survey her vege gardens and 3D printers to squirt out funky custom napkin rings. Now she’s employing hoverboards to efficiently zip around mansions, as one does.
Aziz let me use his hover board before dinner but after champagne Really easy but be careful of antiques! pic.twitter.com/zlWcigv6cH— Martha Stewart (@MarthaStewart) March 23, 2016
On a visit to Qatar, where hoverboard imports are still legal, Stewart borrowed the personal transportation device from a small child. She bravely roamed pillared hallways lined in expensive marble statuary, but steadied herself with the help of a doting attendee at the ready to ensure her safety.
Aziz al Nasser in Qatar on his Hawk 10 in his parents' apartment pic.twitter.com/rgOTtz0Jaw— Martha Stewart (@MarthaStewart) March 22, 2016
What’s even more impressive is that Stewart is riding barefoot, which is something I’ve only seen babies do.