In this issues, all about drones... They're a bigger deal than you think. Really!
By Dries Bultynck • Issue #10 • View online
In this issues, all about drones…
They’re a bigger deal than you think.

Drones, drones, drones
If you hear the word “drone”, most of us think about flying small heli’s controlled by a simple remote control taking pictures and filming that cool scenery, mainly for personal use. Well, yes… but there is more out there than we think. 
The drone has been only a year or two old now and it will be interesting to see how this automated flying product will change airway traffic for traveling, shipping as well as personal guides to perform certain actions to increase comfort and gain time. Of course, capitalization will follow rapidly. And yes, military purposes are again, high the agenda.

Here’s a prediction I’ll make:

We will replace our public interaction (currently social media) by a drone filming and monitoring our every move with build-in auto-post features. The phone will be even more personal and closer to use than ever before (close friends & family messaging + personal care/needs).
Here’s a first sign.

One of the downsides, for now, is fly time. Although that might be solved as well in the next few years. Solar power is huge (You Go Elon! Build that factory/Solar company, the world will need it) 
Here are some interesting articles about drones of what they are doing RIGHT NOW! And yes, i’ll buy one. I’m looking for a combination of this & this.
Drones to kill & observe/gard
How consumer drones wind up in the hands of ISIS fighters  |  TechCrunch
Ynetnews News - Introducing Tzur: The IDF's new drone
The best way to stop a rogue drone is with another drone - The Verge
One person passenger drone
El Selfie drone
Beijing’s Zero Zero Robotics launches world’s first ‘selfie’ drone | South China Morning Post
Drone delivery services
Drones are delivering blood to hospitals in Rwanda
Drones used for advertising
Uber's Ad-Toting Drones Are Heckling Drivers Stuck in Traffic - Slashdot
Track of the week
Uber Drone Advertising In Mexico City With Drones | BGR
Drones used to do good (& capitalize in the end)
Facebook to test wireless equipment on small drone - Business Insider
Drones are playing a new role in the recovery efforts after Hurricane Matthew - Recode
Drones used to hunt and destroy mosquito populations - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Verizon has big plans for drones - Business Insider
Below… all the extra’s of this week.
Trump & women
It’s insane how big this thing is getting, fighting against Trump. Obama took on the “Conspiracy theory” of Trump. Even Michelle Obama joined the force (right time, right person) and lots of cartoons (one and two) showed up on Twitter. This might influence his campaign. I actually hope it does. Trump isn’t a President, he’s a play-hard businessman. The kind you don’t want to make deals with. 
Read between the lines
F-Patterns No More: How People View Google & Bing Search Results
For $599, the looks of this thing are really disappointing. I hope it sells for those guys.
"Arty Trying To Be Farty" Picture Of The Week
Ben Klock. Unknown until this popped up. Now he’s out every week-end, playing all over the world. One of the few.
Enjoy “Subzero”.
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Dries Bultynck
By Dries Bultynck

Remarkable reads, spotted momentum & behavioral patterns in media, digital, retail, economics, health, climate, etc.
Often hollistic, sometimes very specific.

I'm Dries & the internet is the best thing that ever happened to me. more about me here: http://driesbultynck.com/about

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