Martha Stewart has always been on the bleeding edge of domestic tech disruption: Using drones to survey her vegetable plots and 3D printers to squirt out funky custom napkin rings. Now she’s employing hoverboards to efficiently zip around mansions, as one does.
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.
What’s even more impressive is that Stewart is riding barefoot, which is something I’ve only seen babies do.