|I'm starting a month-long journey early Saturday morning on an expedition that will ultimately take me to Tibet's capital city, Lhasa, and from there, to the north base camp of Mt. Everest. I will attempt to build an AIR (formerly Apollo) application, while oxygen-starved and in, what I hope is a transcendental state. I'm taking my new GPS (a Garmin GPSMap 60CSx) to record, via its cool altimeter, my ascension from Lhasa's 12,000-foot elevation to the 17,000-foot elevation at base camp. Okay, enough of the trip details. My plans for the AIR application are to create a way to relive the experience (or share the experience with others) by photos, flash video, and travel between GPS waypoints. I'll use Flex Builder as my main development tool and a ColdFusion / mySQL backend to satisfy any server-side needs. Look for the AIR application on the great site that is AIRApps.net.