I’ve been very busy with work, among other things (Fallout 3) over the past week or so, and haven’t had much time or energy to put together a coherent blog post. In the meantime, I stumbled across this nifty video showing dynamically the flow of air traffic around the world over a single day. This certainly gives you a better feeling about why things get screwed up so easily when you travel by plane, doesn’t it?
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