Korman liked to say that virtual reality was virtually useless, except for a few specialized applications. One was maintenance. Busy people working in technical environments, people who had their hands full, or covered in grease, didn't have the time or inclination to look through a thick manual. If you were thirty feet up in the air trying to repair a jet engine, you couldn't carry a stack of five-pound manuals around with you. So virtual displays were perfect for those situations. And Korman had built one.

By pressing buttons on the CD player, Casey found that she could scroll through the manuals. There was also a seach function, that flashed up a keyboard hanging in space; she had to repeated press another button to move a pointed to the letter "Q", then "A" then "R". It was clumsy.

But it worked.

-- Airframe
So you think you know everything there is to know about Airframe? Well, let's see if you do.
First, we need your name:

1. What was the flight number of the ill-fated TPA flight??
Flight #545
Flight #454
Flight #4545

2. From where did the TPA flight originate?
Hong Kong

3. Where did the TPA flight make an emergency landing?
Los Angeles
San Diego

4. On what date did the incident occur?
April 8
April 18
April 28

5. Who manufactured the TPA plane in question?
Lockheed Martin
Norton Aircraft

6. What box was thought to be missing from the TPA plane?
The Quick Access Recorder
Cockpit Voice Recorder
Digital Flight Data Recorder

7. What news show conducted the interview with Casey?
48 Hours

8. How many people died aboard the TPA plane?

In Airframe I noticed that you portrayed the Newsline crew as a kind of cruel and lying group. Do you believe the media needs to lay off sensational subjects and move to news that is more informative? Yes. YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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