Although you're familiar with airports, I'm pretty sure you dunno what AJAX is...
The first time I used AJAX was during the revamping of the NSS site of IIT-R, back in January (precisely the 26th, I know, Republic Day, right?). I got up at around 12 and then was forced by a friend of mine who had already completed the design to start working on it. To my astonishment, it tuned out to be not that tough(but it's tricky)! Since then I've used it in two different instances, first for Ex-Nihilo (that's a website making competition of Cognizance '11, the Tech fest of IIT-R) and then in my app for IMG (refer to the previous article). Even after using it three times SUCCESSFULLY, I still maintain that it has the ability to get to you as the debugging in AJAX is worse than anything one can possibly imagine!
But hey, this post is also supposed to be about airports, isn't it? Well, right now, I am sitting in Terminal 1D of Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi at 3 am. Reason? I'm going home and my flight is at 5.35 am. What am I doing(no prizes up for grabs)? AJAX! Actually, I was just thinking about it... but then, the fact that airport and AJAX sound similar (alliteration again!) struck me and I decided to share my AJAX experience with you.
Still not convinced that AJAX and airports are related? Well, 'Poets and Pancakes' didn't have a convincing end either. And I'm sure I'd have skipped the question of justification of the title had it been asked in the exam. I guess all documents with such intellectual titles (in my case, I'd say it's a 'transcendental title') finally make the reader believe that these terms were never related!