During a Q&A held at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas on Sunday, SpaceX founder Elon Musk discussed the future of his space faring business, and in particular, his plans for a fleet of interplanetary ships with a course set for Mars.
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The Daily Beast said "sources" confirmed that the former Onion editors have also recently lured three Onion writers and a longtime editor to join the comedy project.
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Musk has allegedly been in talks with two former senior employees at The Onion, the Internet's pre-eminent locus of biting satire.
Although what they're working on is still unknown, the former staffers and Musk seem all too willing to confirm they're up to something.
According to a report from the Daily Beast, Musk has hired half a dozen editors with ties to The Onion as part of a secret project that may end up being a rival satirical humor site.
"We can confirm that we have learned nothing from prevailing trends in media and are launching a brand-new comedy project", Bolton and Berkley said in a statement provided to the scribe, without really describing what's the project they're working on.More news: General Electric Company (NYSE:GE)
After Bolton and Berkley left the satirical news site previous year, they reached out to Musk, who made a decision to back their new venture, a source with knowledge of the project told The Hill.
It's believed that the new project is likely going to be another written satirical-news property or website.
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