777-200LR Flight Test Journal

by Vinaya HS on May 27, 2005

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I am hooked to Randy’s Journal. It’s like cocaine; powerfully addictive. Quoting from his recent post:

Which all brings me to a launch of a different kind. There’s a new blog in the Boeing universe. This one is dedicated to the ins and outs of Boeing’s flight test program. It’s a first, really: personal accounts of what goes into making a new airplane ready for delivery – told by the pilots, flight crews, and technicians who make it all happen, as it’s happening.

The new blog is called Flight Test Journal and it’s linked directly off the 777-200LR Worldliner home page. If you’re at all interested in what it takes to certify a new airplane, I think you’ll enjoy it.

It can’t get any better than this!

Link: The 777-200LR Flight Test Journal




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Gagan June 6, 2005 at 10:15 PM

Hi Vinaya,

Firstly, I apologize for this abrupt placement of my reply in the comments section. You had visited my blog post on the Nokia 6680. Tell me what all you want to know about the 6680, and I will be happy to help you with that.

If you are planning a switch from your 3660, I think that you should wait till 6681 comes out. Since 3G has not yet been launched in India, it would be a good idea to go for 6681, which does not sport the front camera. And btw, the resolution of the front camera is no good. Its a basic VGA.

All the other features rock, but the operating system (Symbian), is no great shakes. You can run the applications on any other Nokia Symbian phone at the same time. And considering the investment, I think that a little wait would be great, as I am now realizing that. Mobile prices tend to come down within two to three months of a mobile launch, as companies gear up to introduce newer models. Also check up Nokia N80 and N90. They are the next generation hand-sets. In case you are planning to invest around ~30k, then you should wait for those.

Bottomline, if you were to ask me, is that for the time being stick with 3660. Shift only when there is a better model which provides something more innovative than what you already have.

Regards,
Gagan.

spironolactone June 30, 2006 at 1:51 PM

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