From backpacks and messengers, to wallets and pocket design, we help you keep the things that are most precious to you close by when you go out to conquer the world. And we can do it all without straps cutting into us, bulk weighing us down, or weirdly placed pockets hiding our keys.
For the bag-lover in all of us. Oh dear…
As Gary says: “You can’t have too many camera bags, and all other bags too.”
Click the + Schedule of non-stop flights and you have a nice list of all airlines that fly that route and their takeoff and landing times.
No doubt Google will do more with this data and build it into specific applications, including those that run on Android.
For this kind of searching, I prefer hipmunk and I use it regularly although I’m pretty locked into United so it’s more a matter of looking for price and routing rather than comparing prices on different airlines.
Being dyslexic I’m not a huge reader but one of the books that got me excited about the early world of computing was The Soul of a New Machine by Tracy Kidder.
Kidder went into Tom West’s engineering group at Data General in the late 1970′s when they were building the first 32 bit minicomputer (a “mini” computer was about the size of a small refrigerator). The book not only got inside the engineering involved in building a computer, it got inside the engineers themselves and while West was the boss, he was also difficult for Kidder to crack.
I loved that book, still have it on my shelf and consider it every time I hear about a new gadget. The amazing thing to consider is that an iPhone could run laps around 32 bit Data General Eagle and much of what West’s engineering group was building is now just one part of a single microprocessor chip.
Not only is this impressive, Mango looks more solidly designed to me than much of the Android work I’ve seen. Frankly, I hope Microsoft succeeds with this because it will push Apple and iPhone a bit harder than Android does. This is very cool stuff.