There’s an order to the chaos of San Fermín. Despite the reputation the running of the bulls has as a raucous testosterone-fuelled trial of manhood, it is a folkloric event governed by specific rules of tradition make the event something the people of Pamplona, and all of Spain (and some other folks around the world) look forward to every year. 1,173 more words
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Sure, 4th of July fireworks from the ground-level are great; however, nothing quite compares to the eye-level view of a drone.
Just this past weekend, Nashville entrepreneur Robert Hartline decided to capture the city’s Independence Day fireworks show from the air using a drone-and-camera apparatus as part of a promotion for a new venture, … 138 more words
An eager fan wanting to see a bit of World Cup action caused controversy with Team France–and now the Tour de France is plagued by its own drone troubles. 423 more words
A new report is out today on U.S. drone policy wherein are identified three misconceptions that the U.S. public has where drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, are concerned. 130 more words
According to mainstream media, we’re being invaded. No. Not by muslim extremists, or Russians, or illegal aliens from south of the border. No. We’re being attacked from above by “peeping toms” with “DRONES!” And, according to the media, private citizens are being SPIED on, their privacy INVADED by these demonic, big brother, machines of death! 1,432 more words