I turn up my nose, if I have to eat on an airplane. Airplane food tastes terrible, even when it sometimes looks good. So, you can understand why I am so glad to discover that the same applies to many more people. The article discusses how the design of the modern airplane, the altitudes it cruises and sheer economies of scale are factors responsible for food tasting so terrible in air.
Here are two interesting snippets of information.
- This one is an infographic – writers are connected with arrows. If you move your mouse cursor on the arrow, it will quote the author trashing the other’s writing or work.
- If we talked about architecture the way we talk about writing, how would it sound?