The future of travel

benbuie | 6/14/13

I absolutely love web videos. I’ve been very involved on YouTube for about 5 years now and I make it a point to watch keep up on trending videos. One great tool to feed my hobby is DoggCatcher which downloads videocasts to my phone while I sleep and then lets me watch them offline when I have a minute.

Every once in a while I’ll see a video that absolutely blows my mind. Today I had one of those moments while watching a TED videocast. The two things that impressed about this video are first, how every kid needs to watch how cool math can be; and second, this technology could totally revolutionize travel.

Check it out, this is definitely 20 minutes well spent:

About the Author

Ben currently works as a contract web developer and business consultant in Boulder, Colorado.

His passion for entrepreneurship led him to study business and learn to code. Although he never anticipated working on the web, Ben has spent the past 9 years learning everything he could about building and operating websites and web assets.

When not at work, Ben spends a lot of his time with family. He is married to a “beautiful” woman and they are raising 4 energetic boys. In his spare time he loves keeping up with technology, playing guitar, eating Sweet Cow ice cream, and painting (although he has very little time for painting these days). Other than that, Ben is a supporter of freedom and liberty, a fluent speaker of Russian, and he tries to be a humble follower of Jesus.

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