In a lab, there's a gold mine. But, it's not a mine exactly. It's a cylinder with rounded edges, about 18" in diameter, and in length, flat faces up/down, floating about waist height in a room. There's a pedestal under it. If you approach, you see down into the pedestal into an apparently ( Read more...Collapse ) http://omnitech.net/xaminmo/2016/10/02/dreamofpixels/
The question I ask myself pretty often, obviously not as much in the heat of the moment, but in post-reflection, is "What is best for my kids." This does not mean "What is best for my wishes for my kids."
QEMU on Windows will run ppc64 and ppc64le emulation. It emulates the same as what PowerKVM on an S812L would provide. It's kind of slow because there is no KVM module, AND Intel vs PPC, AND emulator mode is single-core/proc/thread.
This means, during critical phases of flight, all attention is on the flight. There is no banter, paperwork, ipad/phone use, no programming the GPS, etc. Communication is only as necessary, which includes checklist and ATC calls.