My Ramblings

Sail Boston 2017

Boston’s history stretches beyond the land to the sea. Boston has a wealth of maritime history—both past and present. Bostonians welcome crews and cadets from all over the world to their harbor on a continual basis as part of the Visiting Ship Program and are gearing up to greet the return of the Tall Ship…
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June 12, 2017 0

3D Printing Drone/UAV Parts

I recently started trying to model parts for my drones/UAV’s in 3D and then print them using a 3D printer.  So far so good, but I think that there is still some room for improvement.  I just need to get the temperature and speed just right. Favorite


April 9, 2016 0

International Drone Day Boston 2016

Drones have a bad reputation, and even though many of us call our Multi-rotors by different names, the public does associate our fantastic machines with the word drone. We are here to make sure that Drones are seen in a positive light. The purpose of International Drone Day is to show the world that drones…
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January 9, 2016 0

Drone For The Holidays Boston

Drone For The Holidays Boston is part of a nationwide effort to have new pilots that received a drone as a gift this holiday season meet and work with experienced pilots about how to fly their rig safely and responsibly. Favorite


November 25, 2015 0

International Drone Day Boston

Proud to have pushed this nearly across the finish line. If you haven’t already, check out http://dronedayboston.com and register now! Favorite


March 11, 2015 0

Recent Drone Press

Recently myself and some of my colleagues were interviewed regarding the RC multicopters that I have been building.


January 18, 2014 0

IE 11…U SUCK!

For all of you developers and designers our there that need to browser test your work in IE…DO NOT upgrade to IE 11. Microsoft, in their infinite (HA!) wisdom have removed the ability to change your browser version. Stick with IE 10, and install IE 11 as a separate instance. Favorite


November 9, 2013 0

Tardis Tours Courtesy of Google Maps

Thanks to the good folks over at Google Maps, and an easter egg in their code, you can access the Tardis parked on Earl’s Court Rd. in London. Follow this link and then click on the double arrows that appear on the roadway pointing at it. Favorite


August 14, 2013 0

Google Chromecast

So I figured for around $30, why not. So far, so AWESOME! Favorite


August 13, 2013 0