Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos took to 60 Minutes to reveal the company’s latest delivery method: drones.
If you’re a delivery driver, I recommend updating your resume ASAP.
When the US government said the sequester would cripple its ability to single-handedly rule over the world, it wasn’t kidding. Either that, or Joe Biden’s Joint Strategic Plan to “curb” copyright infringement was just a case of very confused humor by the vice president gone badly wrong, and he meant to “encourage.” Whatever the reason, the fact that the Obama administration was just busted with a $50 million case of software piracy involving none other than the US Army, is indicative that while the Bureau of Labor Statistics was adopting all the best features of the Chinese Department of Truth, the US government was busy copycatting China’s respectful approach toward intellectual property. Yet what is even worse, is that the software that was pirated managed the US army’s troop and supply movements: in other words, the US government relied on pirated software to prepare for and engage in eventual war.
Piracy: Everybody’s Doing It
Solid Concepts is a world leader of 3D Printing services, has successfully manufactured the world’s first 3D Printed Metal Gun.
Sweet piece, guys.