The editor of went on a ski trip to Copper Mountain, Colorado this week - as is the way when you're in the upper echelons of the publishing world. After a limo ride to his private jet (we jest - it was a bus to a cattle flight), he was told to ski down an indoor, faux snow hill, sprayed with silicon (for even more speed) into a giant pool of foam**. He wasn't scared, we've been assured. We think if this was for real he would have several broken bones by now and a severely bruised ego. What do you think?*

If you fancy a go, head to the website for Woodward at Copper Mountain

*Be nice - our jobs depend on it!
**A pretty good back flip shows that practice helps, below: