I'm Drew Breunig and I obsess about technology, media, language, and culture. I live in New York, studied anthropology, and work at PlaceIQ.


Posts tagged drones
On Monday, March, 4, 2013, at approximately 1:15 p.m., the pilot of Alitalia Flight #608 spotted a small, unmanned aircraft while on approach to John F. Kennedy International Airport. The Alitalia flight was roughly three miles from runway 31R when the incident occurred at an altitude of approximately 1,750 feet. The unmanned aircraft came within 200 feet of the Alitalia plane.

The FBI, in a statement regarding an unidentified drone over Brooklyn.

Show’s over, home drone users. The FAA was tasked last year with establishing rules for drones in US airspace, but have been moving slowly. Expect them to move much more quickly – and rasher – after today.

(Via Gizmodo)

I’ve been keeping my own naughty and nice list in Washington.

President Obama, speaking on the fiscal cliff at the K’Nex factory. (via officialssay)

Wow. Obama should not be making any list jokes. Poor taste.

(via maxistentialist)


Dronestagram posts images from Google Maps Satellite view to Instagram, and syndicates this feed to Tumblr and Twitter, along with short summaries of each site. You can follow Dronestagram at any of these locations. Most of the records of strikes so far are drawn from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, which compiles reports from Pakistan, Yemen, and Somalia.

They’re also on Tumblr.