Monthly Archives: July 2008

AirVenture 2008 – Day 3.1: Wait! What About Days 2 and 3?!?!

They’re coming, honest. In the meantime, I wanted to share the breaking news of whom I was quite pleased to have met tonight, thanks to some mutual acquaintances. I didn’t ask to have a picture taken, though naturally I was … Continue reading

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AirVenture 2008 – Day 1: Other Shoe Steadfastly Refuses to Drop

It was  a good day. The Flight Simulator  booth opened officially at 9:00 AM, to a disturbing lack of last minute crises. The hardware and software worked all day, nothing overheated, the 100% CoolPlus Hang ‘Em Dry Space Age Moisture … Continue reading

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The Internet is Really Quite Popular

So much so, that I the hotel’s wi-fi can’t get to it. The tubes are clogged! I’m using my phone to publish this, since the laptop can’t seem to get anywhere. I tried uber-geek plan B, tethering the phone to … Continue reading

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Looking for Peace in the Midwest

Off I go, back to my annual home-away-from-home at AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Click the pic to read about how some people are joining us, and watch this space for updates and photos and textual self-aggrandizement. And, while you’re watching … Continue reading

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