No real way to verify it, but there is a surefire way to discredit it!
So the cost of PURCHASING a drone is about the same as RENTING a helicopter for the same time? With the drone, of course, being re-usable, and creating significantly less impact when comparing the results of a potential crash, and can get much MUCH closer to the action.
This is seriously the best of all worlds. Now if only we can get away from the mainstream stigma of the term "Drone", such as going back to the term UAV instead? Really, the only down-side is ignorant media perception of these devices.
I picked up the Asus Nexus 7 16GB (2013 edition) for $151.12 off Amazon Prime just two weeks ago... How is $199.99 a deal in comparison?
TL;DR: Nothing is appealing this Black Friday.
I guess all those documents from two years ago don't count, then?
State-wide, you say? About 24 hours after it hit California, I got two of them a few minutes apart... Up near Seattle WA. Yeah, no idea why, either. I'm on T-Mobile, not AT&T, too. Same cryptic message. Just tapping anywhere on the touch screen made it go away, I couldn't even screen-cap it.
A little something right here at home, I would love to take this thing hiking through the trails of the Olympic National Forest. Or really, any of the awesome mountains in the Washington area, like Mt Rainier!
What, the Microsoft Cloud Services going offline!? That'll never happen!
The problem is, how do you know which companies do this, until AFTER the fact? The OP stated it came in an email, which is after the fact.
Last year, I switched ISPs... My new ISP emailed me my password in plain text as a "confirmation" after signing up for my account. Needless to say, I was horribly pissed off about it.
Exactly. The portfolio isn't about MAKING money. It is about PREVENTING THE LOSS OF MONEY.
Serious question... How long have you been using a network HUB instead of a network SWITCH?
F-Zero X runs at 60 FPS on the N64... What is everyone else's excuses? http://www.ign.com/articles/1998/10/28/f-zero-x
Except, that isn't what you get with "real storage arrays" in practice, only in theory.