In the latest installment of "[No man can...|http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061512/]" challenges, we bring you the Active.com Product Developer Pepsi Challenge. Can any of these fine men drink 2-liters of Pepsi in less than 4 minutes? Let's, as they say, go to the video tape...
Congrats to Ben Weiner and Kelly Korevec for the public launch of dailymile.com. I admire the way dailymile focuses on building user communities around events. The UI is easy to use and intuitive, and they've amassed a good userbase while in private beta. I especially like the feature where users can submit events, and this is something we're contemplating doing here at Active too.
The lesson, as always, is don't brag that you can do the same number of sit-ups that you could do when you were 12 unless you can do the same number of sit-ups that you could do when you were 12!
This is all the result of a "warped" corporate culture here at Active where we are encourage to... well, BE active. A great example of this is the Active X program that our Art Director, Arch Fuston has put together. There's a full and a lite version for those of different fitness levels. It's great fun and a killer workout, as I'm sure Damon will attest.
ACTIVE is the leader in online event registrations from 5k running races and marathons to softball leagues and local events. ACTIVE also makes it easy to learn and prepare for all the things you love to do with expert resources, training plans and fitness calculators.