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Interdrone: Smile for the Drone – Trends in Aerial Cinematography

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In Sunset Boulevard, Gloria Swanson’s character Norma Desmond says, “Just us, the cameras, and those wonderful people out there in the dark!... All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up.” Now, there is one more element to that mix: drones. And that close-up can pull back, rise up into the air, and in one continuous shot show you all of Beverly Hills as if you're looking down from heaven. Drones' potential has not been lost on Hollywood. Read More »

Patriot Act Extended

National security gets a boost. Read More »

Net Neutrality: Another Win for Losing

This is the same House that voted 228-192 on a bill to defund National Public Radio last month. Read More »

How Al Gore (and I) Invented the Internet (and Real Net Neutrality)

A reminiscence with a point to it regarding Net Neutrality. Read More »

Mobile DTV Standards: To Tune or Not to Tune

A recent FCC ruling affects the new mobile/handheld DTV standard. Read More »

The Google and Verizon Saga: For Better or For Worse?

Google and Verizon have begun an illicit romance despite the nay-saying of newspapers, journalists, and citizens. Will their new deal be embraced? Read More »

How Can Residential Gateways Spur Competition?

A universal provider gateway concept could be flawed. Read More »

Are These Our Rights as Americans? You Decide — Part II

Highlighting free speech and a free press. Read More »

TV Review: Saturday Night Live‘s Season Premiere – Sex May Sell, But It Isn’t Funny

SNL's season opener provides few laughs, but a lot of talking points. Read More »