[QQ]Our picture of the month shows the new Java-enabled fighter plane.[QQ] Unfortunately the runway doesn't yet have a Java virtual machine, so the plane can't actually fly. And there's some instability in testing, so the pilot needs an assistant to sit on one wing to keep it level.[QQ] True to the guiding principles of Java, the cockpit is open (geddit?) and, in the spirit of the thin client, this plane doesn't require engines itself - a whole squadron can be powered remotely by an aerodrome.[QQ] And, in case you're wondering why the pilot is smiling so much about a plane that doesn't go anywhere - well, he's just happy to be flying a plane that isn't built by Microsoft.
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