On commercial drones: in and out of out control

As we get ready to start into another semester, my head is again filled with thoughts of drones. Spring – when the drones return to campus, like the swallows to Capistrano, and I get all excited about drones. Weighing heavy on my mind is where we stand with our not-so-new administration, and policy for the commercial use of drones in support of deliveries especially. Something is going to have to give, to change, if this is going to become “a thing” for US businesses, especially big businesses like Amazon. Under the Obama administration, the US went from no rules

Garmin Forerunner 305 / GPS / Mini / etc.


Doug et al, I did some tinkering yesterday with how I use my Garmin Forerunner 405 when driving. I think I found something would sharing. 1. I changed the setting on my Garmin, to have it record the location every second. The default has it computing when to record the location based on some (unknown) algorithm. Recording every second increases accuracy, but cuts battery life to 1/3 (not by 1/3 – to 1/3), from about 9 hours to about 3. 2. I brought along the charging adapter and a USB cable, and attached it to a cigarette adapter that