About Drew Meyers
Drew Meyers is a travel addict and founder of Oh Hey World, a website setting out to create a travel experience based around those you trust and care about. WordPress and real estate technology enthusiast. In his free time, Drew enjoys reading, traveling the world, spending time with passionate people, and is active member of the microfinance community.
My Favorite Posts
Google is seriously taking on the world right now. First, a shot at Yelp. Next up? PayPal with the ability to send money directly from Gmail. Square better do something quick if they want to capitalize on the opportunity to unseat PayPal. Update: Also, they are taking on Whatsapp, Facebook and SMS.
Watch this preview of the new Google Maps… I’m not sure how anyone can watch this and not think the downfall of Yelp is coming. Maybe Yelp should have taken that half a billion dollars after all.
I honestly have no idea how the Warriors pulled game 4 out tonight. Curry was 70% with a gimpy ankle. Thompson wasn’t effective at all. Bogut had 3 fouls in the first 5 minutes. Landry had 3 fouls early on. Jack was a black hole who wouldn’t pass for much of the game. Down 10 at the half. Bogut tried and tried to get his 5th foul throughout the 3rd and 4th quarters (I think he fouled someone on every possession). Yet, somehow the Warriors pulled out the game versus a Spurs team that has been winning for 15 years. Go figure.
The greatest NFL running back of the 1990′s is…. Barry Sanders. Let’s be really freaking honest. Barry Sanders was a better runner than Emmitt Smith. Hands down, not even a question. Sure, he was my favorite player (as I alluded to here), but his amazing numbers are unquestionable – and he had a horrible, horrible offensive line and no passing game the majority (all?) of his career. Honestly, Emmitt Smith had the most amazing offensive line the league has seen in the last 30 years. Frankly, I’ve never seen a bigger, more dominant line than the Cowboys’ line of the 1990′s – Stepnoski, Newton, Erik Williams, Larry Allen, and Mark Tuinei. He had Aikman, Irvin, and … Continue reading