A Review of the 2002 Albury Airshow
A friend and I went to a simulator center for a few hours official flying so we could see who was the better pilot. I also intended writing the whole thing up for an article in the flying magazines. Unfortunately, the simulator center requested that we not print the article (despite really liking it) due to the ongoing issues related to the September 11 tragedies.
A rather cynical view of driving in Buenos Aires
Advice on catching a glimpse of Comet Hale-Bopp back in Buenos Aires, May 1997.
Mobile phones as fashion and "look at me" in Buenos Aires
The use of the "Super Highway" metaphor is limiting our appreciation of just what the Internet brings us.
Religion will be the death of us all!
Tailgating is bad, but so is driving slowly in the fast lane!
My DELL laptop is playing up yet again and is currently not working at all. Read on for the sordid tale of my DELL laptops and why I can never recommend DELL to anyone...
On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, many western countries have a minute's silence to honour dead warriors, usually under the banner of "Lest we forget."
I just wish those in power would start remembering...
When asked about the UN's comment on the invasion of Iraq being illegal, he raises the current situation in the Sudan as an example of the UN being stuck in a bogged down consensus situation. Perhaps not such a good idea, really...
Anyone but John bloody Howard to win the Australian Federal Election in October.
Australia is considering the purchase of long range missiles for use by its armed forces. The papers are reporting this as a bad thing, but what about the high performance aircraft Indonesia and co are purchasing?
As expected, the US's CAN-SPAM law is being referred to as "you CAN still SPAM" for obvious reasons.
This must be one of the worst of the "common" languages ever!
SPAM from Australia is on the decrease and some are quick to say it's because of our tough new anti-SPAM laws - but is there more to the picture?
My comments to the editor following a piece saying that people working on wireless laptops in non-ergonomic environments (eg: cafes) could lead to legal issues as workers take employers to court over bad work places, etc.
My comments on an article by Rob Thomsett (The Care and Feeding of Project Managers, American Programmer, Feb 1998).