Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
I was telling my wife the other day how convenient it would be if we had our own unmanned drone aircraft.
“We could use it to find Ruby,” I explained, referring to our dachshund, who occasionally likes to wander away, leaving us to walk down the street, clapping our hands like idiots while shouting the dog’s name.
“Instead, we could just launch the drone,” I said. “And then just fly it around the neighborhood, as its high definition camera relays images to our home computer. And while we’re at it, we could also see which neighbors are having a back-yard barbecue.”