|Human-computer interaction and the study of airline disasters. http://www.vanityfair.com/magazine/2009/01/air_crash200901|
Whoa! Sorry, that image is a little much for a Monday morning.
William Langewiesche, who’s excellent on the intimate association of human beings and technology in aviation, has a new article on the crash of Air France 447. Here he is in 2009 on the midair collision between a business jet and a commercial airliner over the Amazon, and later that year on the Airbus that splashed down in the Hudson River.
Extended Evolutionary Synthesis — a new chapter in the history of biology?
They made a movie about Turing.
A fascinating story about the complex politics behind school lunches.
An art gallery in LA is showing the work of Stan VanDerBeek, an early figure in computer-generated art.
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!