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'Drone Space' Regulations on the Emerald Coast

Hello Gulf Coast,

Ken here again and you’ve guessed it, we’re talking about airspace. From Panama City to Perdido, airspace (mostly military) challenges commercial drone operators to be ever mindful of their surroundings in our area. 275 more words

Last days of the counter-culture precariat

With only three weeks left for me in Hoxton, I finally bought a studio desk in a textile factory. Arriving everyday like a laptop camel in my shorts, I love the counter-culture cliche of having my own office.  280 more words


AirSpace Exploration

I’m writing this post from a café in Kristiansand, a southerly Norwegian city, as my partner undertakes a two-month placement at a company here. But this dispatch is simultaneously from another place, a place I’ve inhabited on and off for years, a place that is nowhere in particular yet has tangible manifestations, a place called AirSpace. 1,153 more words


AirSpace: on the way to being everywhere and nowhere

In his 1992 book Non-Places, Marc Augé, the French anthropologist, wrote that with the emergence of such identity-less space, “people are always, and never, at home.” If we can be equally at home everywhere, as Roam and Airbnb suggest, doesn’t that mean we are also at home nowhere? 13 more words


Why Amazon is heading to Britain to test its delivery drones

In a new partnership with the United Kingdom’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Amazon will now be testing new autonomous aerial technology that it hopes will one day function in its Amazon Prime Air drone delivery service. 168 more words

The Christian Science Monitor