Monday, March 29, 2010


Background Navigator is, by definition, likely to lead to the unexpected. Executive review of its output, a high strategic planning priority. Behind the scenes processing that occurs out of sight during the day and reliably self-sufficient at night well documented in the glossary.

Blustery cold wind and all turned to shades of grey, eyes closed or not. It too is nuanced. Creating useable contrast in such hostile conditions is more than trivial, much more.

Flying on instruments while the gut says not to trust. Cognitive override of otherwise reliable automatic reactions. He, looked up from the overview entry in the manual and summoned the team virtually.

He asked her, "What just happened?"

"We are not sure, yet. At least some of the cause was real-time and some of it was a monitor response."

His pulse matched the decline in uncertainty.

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