Monthly Archives: January 2016

My Basic Thoughts on Drones

It never ceases to amaze me how far drones have come in the past year or two. Models have gone from little RC helicopters with 10 minute batteries to hex-rotor monsters that blast through the sky with a terrifying noise. … Continue reading

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The Importance of Wearing a Watch

Last semester, I found myself in an afternoon humanities class listening to the topic of sigils. It was fascinating. In case you haven’t heard of these, they are symbols created from letters of some kind to inspire some type of … Continue reading

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Returning to It

Tomorrow the dorms at EKU open back up and I’ll be returning to school. Meanwhile, the winter weather conveniently began to poke its head out. My buddy flier Horace is just about to fly off his hours with one of … Continue reading

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Cockpit Confidential Review

For the past three months or so, I have been reading a book entitled Cockpit Confidential written by Patrick Smith. I made it a goal to finish it during the winter break, and grabbed the print copy from the public … Continue reading

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