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Martha Stewart writes a love letter to drones in ‘Time’ magazine


We have been dutifully chronicling the particular technological habits of Martha Stewart — yes, that Martha Stewart, lifestyle magazine magnate and convicted obstructor of justice —  for some time now, including her self-described beautiful personal drone. In an 800-plus-word ode published in Time magazine, Stewart reveals the backstory of her introduction to drones (a meet cute on a beach in Maine on her birthday, naturally), and expresses her admiration of how great architects of the past were able to build things without drone aerial photography. She also makes a few good points about the usefulness of drones compared to other, more potentially dangerous methods of aerial surveying, and acknowledges that there remain serious unanswered questions about how drones should be regulated in order to protect people and their privacy.

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