yes, the World Wide Web is a mere 30 years old as of March 12th!
March 12, 1989...Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web at CERN.
Yes, although few of it's users know his name, Tim Berners-Lee invented the internet that we all use on a daily basis.
Not many call it the "World Wide Web", but his invention made what we call the internet accessible to us...
...and it has "invaded" and transformed our lives.
Today there are 2 billion websites on the net!
...and 4.1 billion users of the WWW!
BUT NOW IT'S NOT JUST DEFECTIVE TAKATA AIRBAGS or VW DIESELS...Find out more by clicking on this photo link:
THE CARS AND REASONS FOR RECALLS!
Is your car being recalled?
Find out by clicking on this link: Click here to go to the "safercar.gov" website.
Links to complaints and investigations are also available on this site.
Then click on the 737 photo to look at the youtube video:
A train arrives with the main body in the morning.
They turn them out about one every 18 hours and every part is supplied by the lowest cost supplier.
Really Amazing: A must watch for all aviation maintenance personnel - The Boeing 737 Assembly Line -
This is why Boeing is on track to achieve its previously announced production rate of 52 airplanes per month in 2018.
click anywhere on the photo to watch fascinating 3 ½ minute Youtube video
The Odysseus built by Boeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Sciences of Manassas, Virginia,
is one of the biggest unpiloted aircraft ever built.
Powered by six electric powered propellers.
Fueled only by hundreds of solar panels and onboard rechargeable batteries.
Retired LtCol J.R. Alley, F-86 Sabre Association president, informs us that the F-86 web manager, Eric Yocum, has added huge amounts of F-86 info and the Korean War since we first put on the link to the F-86 website.
It might be of interest to you to browse around it again.
Click on the photo to visit the website.
His website has information about the artist, his training, as well as his artistic talent on display with various of his works.
This is an example of an aircraft work titled "Thirsty Huns"
but the majority of his work captures something much more serene and quieter than aircraft.
Living in Texas for the last 40 years, Ken is still fascinated by the spaciousness of rural areas...
...and strives to portray their heart and soul as in his work "Bend In The Road":
Here's a link to another website related to the USAF Museum.
It includes photos of every aircraft pilots in 61-Delta flew in their careers!
The site includes a total of 215 photos of aircraft ranging from the 1909 "Wright Military Flyer" to the B-2 "Spirit".