Tuesday, October 22, 2013

How to Make Drones Popular and dramatically increase public approval.


I believe the main reason the public is overwhelmingly against Drone technology is because Drones can carry weapons, can kill people by launching a missle, and can observe people without their permission, even if the person has done nothing "wrong". 

Drone technology could serve mankind magnificently if certain rules were put in place regarding "Drone behavior".

1.  Limit Drone speed to no more than 15 miles an hour.
2.  Limit the height at which drones can operate to less than 200 feet.
3.  A Drone can only carry a weapon if a judge has signed off that the
     target has been verified as a true threat.
4.  Require that all drones have insurance coverage.
5.  Drones can be legally shot at (assuming no people are in the
     background) if a person feels they are in danger because of the
     drone.

As it stands right now, Drones are military priority first, peaceful use second. Drones should be used in the manner in which NASA was created to observe outer space, except Drones should be used for peaceful purposes within our own local skies.   
  

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Thursday, October 10, 2013

2013 television commercials, the year of the witty dialogue and engaging repartee.

"Guess What year it is"... 

And let us not forget... Zombie "Cool, Cool, Cool". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTRvvDM-3eQ

There is another commercial that recently came out that also has a memorable commenting moment, but I can't remember it. Oops, will add it once I see it again or it seeps back into my forward lobe.

FOUND IT! Awesome "Take On Me" 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbRVMua0HUc&feature=player_embedded#at=35

These are probably my three favorite commercials of 2013, yet as engaging as these television commercials are, I have to admit I keep forgetting what product it is that they are representing. This is also known as the kiss of death, the nightmare that all exceptional TV commercial's fear is lurking in the absent minds of those who love the commercial but have forgotten the name of the product behind the awesome commercial.

I think what happens is sometimes a commercial is so clever that the commercial makers themselves can't wait to get it out and into the public and their exuberance actually causes them to forget to carefully analyze if people will remember the product being sold.


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