Wednesday, December 14, 2005

(Dis)assembly code

Air travel has its frustrations: delayed flights, luggage that doesn't arrive until the next day, ... But what if the motorized wheelchair you depend on arrived at your destination in a dozen pieces? My friend Joe Dawson has experienced that and more. He complained to the Canadian Transportation Agency, who ruled that Air Canada had to change their ways (way to go, Joe!). Check out today's CBC news item about it, particularly the audio of an interview with Joe.
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5 Comments:

Blogger Raywat Deonandan said...

Wait a second... this isn't a math post!

5:21 PM, December 15, 2005  
Blogger Nick Barrowman said...

No, but the title is a computer pun ...

5:55 PM, December 15, 2005  
Blogger Raywat Deonandan said...

Weak, brother, weak.

11:09 AM, December 16, 2005  
Blogger Zeno said...

I would like to point out that "math" appears nowhere in the subtitle of this blog, so why would you expect a "math post"?

9:52 PM, December 17, 2005  
Blogger Raywat Deonandan said...

Relax, Zeno, I'm just poking fun at Nick. He's a good friend, and I tease him for his math obsession. I love his blog and everything associated with it. Ironically, I also appreciate you sticking up for him. Good to see solidarity among bloggers; it speaks highly of you.

6:20 PM, December 18, 2005  

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