Elon Musk says no sex at ‘boring’ party reportedly hosted by VC Steve Jurvetson

One of the supposedly wild Silicon Valley parties mentioned in an excerpt for an upcoming book called “Brotopia” was hosted by famous VC Steve Jurvetson, according to more text from the book, which is set for publication next month. Also, Elon Musk was at the party, and denies there was sex involved. Jurvetson, who left Draper… Please follow and like us:

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Billionaires Unite To Find Aliens

Earlier this week, Russian billionaire Yuri Milner announced at the New Space Age conference in Seattle his plans to sponsor a project to send spaceships to Saturn’s moon Enceladus to search for alien life. Milner appears to be the latest in a recent trend of billionaires setting their sights on the stars and using their money… Please follow and like us:

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Elon Musk Selling Hats to Make His Company Great

Announcements from Elon Musk—famous for pioneering electric cars and revolutionizing space rockets—are often greeted with a frenzied hysteria. His latest announcement was no different—even if it was just a hat. Musk took to Twitter on Wednesday, October 18, to reveal “the world’s most boring hat,” the first piece of merchandise for The Boring Company, his tunnel-digging… Please follow and like us:

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Tesla tells hundreds of its employees they’re not good enough to work there

SAN FRANCISCO — Firing hundreds of workers all at once is rare, at least in the auto industry. But Tesla Inc. does things differently. Word leaked out Friday that the electric car, battery and solar roof company had bulk-fired several hundred employees. The Mercury News, which broke that story, said Tesla made clear that workers were… Please follow and like us:

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Meet the Martian hopefuls: Elon Musk and all the other people trying to get to Mars

Ready set go. Elon Musk still really wants to put people in a canister, set off a controlled explosion beneath them, and shoot them out of the Earth’s atmosphere towards a barren, airless piece of rock—preferably one 33 million miles away. On Friday at the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia, Musk announced an updated version… Please follow and like us:

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