September 2009 Issue

First Word: 09/09

Returning home after covering AirVenture in Oshkosh is a little like being released from the intensive care unit. I know why I was there and Iím glad I was, but sometimes Iím not so sure I want to go back. Thatís not a comment on the show itself, but on the intensity of covering it in a world that has become accustomed to a digital river of information which we struggle to fill. These days, thereís not much time to ruminate on the meaning of it all.

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