After having breakfast with the Whuffaoke crew in Omaha, I chatted with Megan Hunt about her work as a bridal designer and style blogger. Her alter-ego online is Princess Lasertron (cool, I know). Check her out on Twitter at @lasertron.
Megan explains a unique skill she possesses that serves her international customer base well.
Took a lap around their track then talked to Ryan Lynch. He is one of the owners of Joe's Karting, a go-kart racing establishment set to open August 1 in Council Bluffs Iowa, in the Omaha Nebraska metro area.
Ryan is hopping that getting the word out on Twitter about their place even before they have opened will ensure plenty of customers from day one. They are on Twitter at @joeskarting
Watch the interview and see how I tore up the track.
I met Steve Tucker, a farmer in western Nebraska, out in a corn field in the middle of nowhere. But Steve gets a strong enough signal on his Blackberry that he can tweet from his tractor.
Steve is helping to connect people on Twitter to the people that grow the foods that we eat. He is creating awareness of what goes into farming on a daily basis. Follow Steve on Twitter at @tykerman1.
The weather cooperated during our interview. Unfortunately, a few hours after I left a major hail storm hit that ruined most of his crops. I think he was insured for this kind of thing, but it sucks regardless.