An internet of airborne things. Enthusiasts dream of building a drone-powered internet to carry objects rather than data. Are they mad?

An internet of airborne things. Enthusiasts dream of building a drone-powered internet to carry objects rather than data. Are they mad?

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  1. queenofnumbers reblogged this from theeconomist
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  3. josiahtumbles reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    maybe…but that would be AWESOME.
  4. carnotaurus reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    Mad or not, it doesn’t sound economical.
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  15. chrisdwoo reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    Nope. Seems pretty awesome to me.
  16. houseoforange said: I want a drone to bring me a glass of water. That would be fantastic!
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