It's finally happened. I find myself writing the words "Google dirigible" and it seems like a perfectly normal thing to say. Silicon Valley has finally come full circle.
The giddy era of retro-futuristic air travel could well be upon us, with Google co-founder Sergey Brin reportedly building his very own airship, according to Bloomberg reports, citing four people familiar with the project.
The top-secret build is reportedly being carried out in a hangar at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California -- just 10 minutes down the road from Google's global headquarters.
Brin is no stranger to futuristic travel. He's Larry Page, has , Kitty Hawk., and his right-hand man, fellow Google founder
So there you have it. Whether it's by flying car or futuristic airship, Google will get you there in style.
Google declined a request for comment.
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