Vanity Fair - The Devil at 37,000 Feet

The crash today of the US Airways flight into the Hudson River reminded me of an article I read a few weeks ago in Vanity Fair - The Devil at 37,000 Feet, by William Langewiesche. It's the account of a terrible aviation tragedy in Brazil that is fascinating for its exploration of human/technology interface issues and workgroup dynamics (in this case two pilots who were flying a small business jet), among other things. A fascinating read.

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