Starting trouble over nothing.

The AMA’s October cover features a replica of a German World War II Messerschmitt Bf 109.  The article is the second of a three-part series the magazine is running on building the replica of the Nazi fighter aircraft. But it is the prominent swastika visible on the tail that has caused an outcry by some members, including some prominent members in the drone community.

Nazis existed.  Showing a symbol is not indicative of support for Nazis.  Pretending that they never existed by erasing history is Nazi-like.  People like this have no problem with applying the name “Nazi” to those they don’t agree with.

Creating controversy like this is nothing but attention-whoring.

Grow up.

The Luddites are at it again. Another “missed boat”.

A Luddite is a person who fears or loathes technology, especially new forms of technology that threaten existing jobs.  Traditional media outlets completely failed to recognize the potential of the World Wide Web and are paying the price for their lack of vision in greatly reduced readership. Now they’re going to do it again by… Continue Reading

I’ve heard of some stupid ideas, but this one takes the cake.

If you’re like many Americans, you are concerned about the lack of privacy when it comes to drones hovering over or around your property. At DoNotViewList.com we’ve created a system that allows drone operators and service providers to conduct normal flight operations while preserving image privacy for property owners and occupants. Once registered, your property… Continue Reading

Another anti-drone fraud

When I first saw this last week it felt sketchy to me.  It was.  Apparently, it’s an out-and-out fraud.  Thanks to SkyVideo for their thorough and logical analysis. Mr. David Perel may be an interface designer, but he is also something more, something nefarious in the eyes of the UAV/Drone community. Read the full story here… Continue Reading

Drone Registration

Not everyone is crazy about the new requirement by the FAA that hobbyists must register their drones.  Some consider it an invasion of privacy or an unreasonable intrusion of government. Personally, I don’t have a problem with it.  Thanks to the jackassery of some morons, anti-drone hysteria has led to this. As far as the… Continue Reading

HobbyLobby

The same kid (Austin Haughwout) who some months back made it big on Youtube by building a drone that fired a handgun has now created one that functions as a flying flamethrower. While I certainly don’t approve of the sort of things he’s building, kids will be kids, and I don’t have any hostility towards… Continue Reading