So you want to read a book but you don't want to go to the library or bookstore. Sure, you could grab your tablet or smart device of choice and download practically anything in a few seconds. But suppose you want the feel of paper, or perhaps a leather bound copy of some old classic.
Well, worry no more. Soon, Amazon will have flying robots bring you a book quicker than the pizza can get there. No, I'm not kidding. Amazon Prime Air promises to use drones for deliveries. And if you've noticed, these quadcopter drones are all the rage right now. I've drooled over several myself, and watched countless videos of them.
The problem, I believe, will be that these suckers will get stolen left and right. They are unmanned, just flying along, and someone shoots it out of the air, or grabs it when it's on the ground, or throws something at it when it's low to knock it out of the sky. Good ones today sell for 400-500 bucks. One that has GPS, is completely automated, has a 10 mile range, and can carry a few pounds will easily sell for a grand or more each.
But still, technology is way cooler each year.