I have had several tabs open in my browser for an extended period of time, across multiple reboots of my computer, and connecting to several different networks.
Today I was traveling and happened to be using the WiFi in the Amex Centurion Lounge. Two of the background tabs in my browser reported privacy errors, and when I tried to go to them anyway, they were redirected to an ATT hotspot error page. What’s really frustrating is that now, I don’t know what one of the original URLS was.
Both pages were hosted on opensource.com and I’m pretty sure were related to GIT, possibly with a group of handy commands to remember.
I’ve always liked looking at the safety placards when I fly. I’ve only been on two trips during 2021, and the current version in the Alaska Airlines 737 struck me as particularly funny.
The character is just so hip. He’s got tattoos, a Sub Pop t-shirt, converse shoes, drinking coffee and reading a book.
The oxygen deployment demonstration shows that it’s cool for dads to be taking their daughters on airplanes. It’s also implying that kids like airplanes and are more likely to be engrossed in a toy airplane than whatever is causing the masks to be deployed.
There are so many things to love about this picture. The guy standing has a puffy coat. The woman has a laptop covered in stickers. The other woman is carrying a Starbucks coffee. The follicaly challenged man is wearing cuffed trousers and boots. Everyone pictured is narrow and fit looking. The amount of knee room between the seats compared to a real airplane just seems cruel.
I’ve heard about a trip my parents took around the US before I was born. I have seen pictures from the trip, and heard stories of things that happened. My father died in 2016 and my mother died in 2019. As my sister and I have gone through things, we come across items that bring up questions. This map is one I wish I’d been able to have conversations over.
Western United States
Central United States
One of the fascinating things with the map is that it is from 1964. The US Interstate Highway system was not complete at the time.