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The No Drone Zone

On January 26, 2015, a quadcopter crashed onto the White House lawn, causing a lockdown, and renewing fears about the President’s safety. Of course, the media gleefully referred to it as a drone and included in their articles, dramatic and mildly sensationalist statements such as “this was believed to be the first time that a drone has penetrated the White House perimeter.” 1,037 more words

Technology

A well-fed rat from the Roaring Twenties

As every artist knows, there’s often a gap between vision and output – between what you conceive and what you actually create. Sometimes, that gap is chasmic. 174 more words

Creativity

How to Start Trying New Places

You know that one person who only wants to eat one thing or at one place and it drives you crazy, right? It isn’t that you don’t enjoy the place or food but you want a change in scenery. 281 more words

The Mermaid Chef

RaceJoy Debuts Industry First: GPS Progress Alerts

RaceJoy Launches Timing Progress Alerts Based Upon GPS Tracking

March 25, 2015 – Moorestown, NJ – RunSignUp, the leading industry innovator for race events, timing service providers, running stores and clubs, announces RaceJoy’s newest industry breakthrough, GPS Progress Alerts. 600 more words

3D Robotics Launches DroneKit, Its API For Building Drone Apps

3D Robotics, the largest U.S.-based drone manufacturer, today announced the launch of DroneKit, its open-source API for writing drone apps. Because 3D Robotics has always taken a platform approach, DroneKit will work with any drone that uses its… 168 more words

TC

White Fences

Hubby and I love a Sunday (or Saturday) afternoon drive or an off-interstate experience on a long road trip. I’m usually hanging out the window with my IPhone talking scenic pics, yelling “pull over!!!” One of my favorite scenes is horses and beautiful pastures and long, endless white fences. 697 more words

GOD

UI researchers use satellite data and GPS to examine earthquakes

Nick Fetty | March 26, 2015

Researchers at the University of Iowa teamed up with the United States Geological Survey to study ways that satellite data and GPS can be used to better respond to earthquakes within 24 hours of them happening. 224 more words

Iowa