A day in the life of RYOT: Kilimanjaro, sick waves and cliff jumping

By StaffRYOT News January 14, 2013 at 9:00 am

RYOT co-founder David Darg in Haiti.

In this day and age of advanced media, you have an overwhelming number of choices from which to get your news. But why go to places like CNN or Huffington Post where armies of cubicle dwellers stuff copious amounts of boring content down your throat; where the focus is on consumption rather than education and action? At RYOT, we carefully curate every story that we post in an attempt to bring you the most important, most exciting news every day. We also make an effort to see the world and meet people from every corner of the globe — and we have a blast doing it. Check out the images below for an idea of what we’ve been up to in the last day.

RYOT co-founder Bryn Mooser summits Mt. Kilimanjaro, the tallest, free-standing mountain in the world:



RYOT co-founder David Darg catches a wave near Jacmel, Haiti:

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RYOT Editor-in-Chief Brian Klonoski jumps off a cliff into a deep pool of water at Basin Blu in Haiti:

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RYOT columnist Danielle Robinson takes the plunge at Basin Blu:


RYOT NOTE: Seriously, why would you get your news anywhere else? We’re out there living life, discovering the world and bringing you the news you want. We also have a nonprofit arm that has pursued some amazing projects, including Haiti’s first little league baseball team. You can continue to support our work by donating today, or by sharing this story.


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