quote: the nonprofit Texas EquuSearch regarding its use of drones for volunteer search-and-rescue efforts. (We’ve featured Schulman before for his defense of Raphael “Trappy” Pirker, a drone pilot who was fined $10,000 by the FAA.) Shulman elaborates on the humanitarian use of civilian drones here in the United States. Texas EquuSearch has used civilian drones in its efforts since 2005. In fact, says Schulman, EquuSearch believes drones to be the “single most useful technology that the organization has ever used.” link: http://www.slate.com/blogs/fut...
it pays for itself with the first delivery. saved $8 this week. but i blew it all of it on a flash drive.
...from my cold, dead hands...
no further comment.
actually, my taxes do me.
NSA, heartbleed, whatever. you'll tell your grandchildren about "back in the day" internet.
oh, yeah. pet rocks. sorry.
robotic drone software finishes First, Second,
what if the engine was printed first? "they still need wings and a fuselage..."
and get beat. choose wisely, Grasshopper.
please make XP work. please.
it takes a licking, and......