Can't wait to see this in the flesh - er, cellulose. . Wired has on line and coming in the paper issue right away a large package for gadget freaks and for people looking forward to or afraid of do-it-yourself airborne robotic surveillance. It's the drone issue and while one has to celebrate the witty and impudent mischief that home owners might do with their own flying robots - peeping or perhaps dropping stink bombs on a neighbors too-noisy party (and flying in from behind a different neighbor's fence) - the package might have used a story fully devoted to ways that cheap, small drones might perform some smart, wholesome tasks.
First, I do appreciate what IS in it: