professor of literature & environment (Loyola) & author of The Textual Life of Airports (Bloomsbury) http://www.amazon.com/dp/1441189688/
Hm, I was wrong—looks like it was a JetBlue Airbus A320.
I would wander around the ramp during my break and take pictures of mundane airport things.
This morning, sifting through old photographs I took on the tarmac when I worked at the airport...
Hey this is my beach in the news, where I grew up! I'm currently writing a book about this place...
Hey @ibogost, at last, the paperback!
@IADaveMark I know what you mean, though. Yet curiously enough, DEN even refers to itself as DIA from time to time
Can't help but wonder how the Hemispheres section about the Dreamliner reads these days...
My pilot brother sent me this picture from PAE over a month ago, prescient in a way: #787 Dreamliners at rest.
First as farce, next as tragedy? #Dreamliner
They say the #Dreamliner is a plane of the future, but it looks startlingly like the present. We must look closer.
BREAKING: A rare look inside the #Dreamliner factory.
"When you start flying it around, you start discovering things. " —Addison Schonland on the #Dreamliner
Requiem for a sign... cc @BloomsburyLit
This morning, waiting to board our flight out of STL: the postmodern not-so-sublime.
Consider this diagram of "The Southwest Experience." We are now approaching the end of airports...
I'm dying to write about this discovery: INTERNET Courtesy of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
The airliner as creative workspace.
I liked this ceiling art at Louis Armstrong International airport; my little boy looked up and said, "Pillows!"
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