My Column on Aerosoft

Maybe you haven’t noticed yet, but I have been honoured with a little place on the new Aerosoft News Pages, notably under the ‘Columns’ tab. The invitation and start of that site coincided with the release of the MS Flight ‘beta’ and the ‘fire storm’ that it caused on places like the Avsim forums. So I thought it no more than logical to voice an opinion in that Aerosoft column too.

My article is titled ‘Don’t Panic’, but the Avsim readers have taken no notice of that title. Needless to say I had a few days of bewildered amusement, having forgotten how ‘argumental’ many Avsim fans are, and then the amusement quickly turned into a major yawning exercise, reading tons of rehashed posts over and over again. I am now safely back on my own blog and will leave the ‘arguing to the arguers’ for the next few years again.

Apart from my column there are of course many other things to discover on Aerosoft’s new site, managed by Angelique van Campen  whom you may still know from her days as a writer for Avsim. For those who think the days of flightsimming are numbered it must be a tad surprising to see so many new sites and ventures pop up all over the sim universe currently. For those of us who are NOT so pessimistic, it is just a lot of good news!

Oh, and I may have some more MAJOR news coming in the next few days, so stay tuned !

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