In July, David Warren, inventor the flight data recorder, or “Black Box,” passed away at 85. His prototype was was not warmly received, and as an employee of the Australian government at the time, he made no money from what is now considered a critical invention. He did, however, receive a rather nice obituary in The New York Times.
That gave me a bit of perspective. Looking at multiple news sources does that for one, too. Continue reading “August Ramblin’”