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The Magenta Babies

Standing in front of the class, I talked of the rudiments of navigation. I still marvel at the miracle of leaving somewhere on the earth in a vehicle, vessel, or airship and navigating precisely to another location. Then after visiting … Continue reading

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Automation in Aviation

There is a great deal of dialogue about the use of automation in aviation. Lately, some of the talk is focusing on the failure of automation and the role it played in the crash of Asiana 214, the Boeing 777 … Continue reading

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Labor Day Computer Blast

It is Labor Day Weekend. A day of rest.  And there is no question—I really do need to take a break. For almost a month now, computer problems have beleaguered and hindered my progress preparing for school as well as … Continue reading

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Tools for Serious Writing

If you are to be a serious writer, you must find a writing system that works for you. Notice I use the word, “system” in describing the component parts of the mechanism that allows you to be productive as a … Continue reading

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Technology

The technology we have today is amazing.  Each day I grow older, I marvel at the new inventions, which someone perfected yesterday or this morning. All of their efforts go to making this evening more wonderful. Often I tell my … Continue reading

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