I've fortuitously remembered that today is the day that Airminded turns 15. It seriously seems like hardly any time at all since the day it turned 10, even though that period has seen a number of personal and professional milestones (and whatever the opposite of milestones is), including my first (and still only) major research grant, moving from Armidale back to Melbourne and my first bot.
Anyway, given that I nearly forgot to mark the day, instead of a meticuously-planned month-long celebration of Airmindedness, here's a hastily assembled list of my five favourite Airminded posts over the last five years:
- The oscillation of R33
- Le Queux's War (now a major research article)
- When was the Red Baron?
- From Web 1.0 to the Golden Age of Aviation
- Air panics of the British Raj (and I still intend to write a companion piece on atomic panics in early Communist China... someday)
See you (?) in 2025.
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