The recent announcement that some UAS companies have been granted a beyond line of sight waiver for commercial operations by the FAA is a clear indication that drones are gaining more of a foothold in the geospatial industry. The idea of fleets of UAVs autonomously flying all over the world is incredibly exciting for environmental monitoring even if it is terrifying for social monitoring. The technology is making it possible to image crops down to the leaf-scale, generate 3D models of construction sites in mere hours, and perform virtual inspections of infrastructure from a desktop computer thousands of miles away. If you happen to be an avid consumer of tech press releases, you might be forgiven…
It's ELECTRIFYING: How Surge Protectors Could Save Your Equipment
Unprotected equipment during a power surge can be a costly mistake. A surge protector can provide peace of mind and protection in case of emergency.
Very Little of the Money the WHCA Raises Goes to Scholarships
Between taking selfies with John McCain and laughing along nervously with the President, attendees at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner- this year on April 25- settle into polite silence each year for the awarding of scholarships to young journalists....
Ask HN: Should I create a clone of a popular SaaS with rock-bottom pricing?
Would I be able attract customers? Does this make any sense Good news: You want to create something for a market that already exists. Good. Bad news: You assume that cheaper pricing will make you win. Not even close. There are tons of SAAS clones out there for every successful saas. Do you know how many Trello clones are out there ? Slack ? What matters is your ability to execute and sell. Cheaper pricing is one small factor that may get you a few clients but in order to run it as a successful business, you will need a lot more things. Some checklist: - What significant advantage are you offering over existing ones that you are cloning ? Please tell me pricing is not the only differentiator. Most clients won't care.…
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How Offset Printing Works
Offset printing is the technology that makes most magazines and catalogs possible. See how the offset printing process puts full-color images on paper.
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NEW MENUS printed and laminated for North Star Golf Course Grille, Hole 19. Everything on there sounds so good!
What Are the Benefits of Direct Mail Advertising?
Direct-mail advertising is the process of sending offers or promotions by mail to current customers or other consumers. Direct-mail advertising pieces often include a sales letter, brochure, order ...
Everyone Can Adopt This Founder's One-Step Productivity Advice
The CEO of Charity: Water says he would get nowhere without doing this one thing.
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…