I’m posting this to save someone else some trouble since I had trouble figuring out what exactly needed to be done. Â I had a 2008 Town and Country (and I assume these instructions are the same for the 2008 Caravan and Grand Caravan) that had the rear wiper arm begin to turn freely. Â I […]
Wonderful post on AviationIntel.com about the history of the US’ newest spyplane, the RQ-170 SentinelÂ which was used in the Osama Bin Laden raid and most famously was forced to land in Iran. Â The post traces the origin of the airplane from early technology demonstrators. Â I love reading about the covert programs of the US military […]
Finally found the answer to what I looking for: How to figure out what the heck Jersey was doing when matching resources. This answers it nicely: Jersey now supports the same feature implemented in 1.1.5-ea-SNAPSHOT. Adding the following servlet/filter initialization parameter enables tracing: <init-param> Â Â Â <param-name>com.sun.jersey.config.feature.Trace</param-name> Â Â Â <param-value>true</param-value> </init-param> Easy Peasy: http://blogs.oracle.com/sandoz/entry/tracing_in_jersey Permalink […]
I’ve posted about this in the past, but this type of photograph is my favorite. Juno, the recently launched probe to Jupiter, recently captured a single frame in which the Earth and the Moon were both visible. I love this because it gives you a radically different perpective on the moon when you look up […]
Loved this slideshow from Serious Eats depicting a swedish supermarket. Featured: lots of things in tubes. Permalink | Leave a comment »
As parents, we often look to certain growth milestones with longing. Â Asking ourselves “When will my son start walking?” or thinking out load “Boy, it would be nice if my daughter could talk” — unknowing to the fact that once a child starts talking they never, ever, ever stop. It’s this latest milestone that my […]
A DC-8 at KYIP, and my little C-152.
(First a note: for anyone not familiar a cross-country flight is anything where the straight line distance between the landing point and the point of departure is 50 nautical miles or more) I had been trying to find good enough weather to fly to Marshall (KRMY) for some time — it had been a very […]