No registration fucking websites

The FAA was apparently so busy looking ‘up’ for wayward drones, it forgot to look down at its calendar, and thus failed to realize that Christmas comes on the same day each year. The FAA has more justifications than all three of my teenager’s put together. A: Failure to register an aircraft may result in regulatory and criminal sanctions. Criminal penalties include fines of up to 0,000 and/or imprisonment for up to three years. It will also help enable the return of your UAS should it be lost.

Here is one drone lawyer’s take on the overly rushed, jurisdictionally questionable and knee-jerked recreational drone registration process. Q: Will an operator be required to have proof of registration while operating the UAS? You will be required to have your FAA registration certificate in your possession when operating your unmanned aircraft. The Federal Aviation Regulations requires hundreds of things.

So, we just need to recalculate and do so periodically.

Claiming is a good practice because you want all those results linking to the one and only you.

Here is what the FAA has posted on their website to help recreational and hobby drone users understand its new drone registration requirements for hobby and recreational drone owners and operators. The FAA’s explanation that it is simply adding a new options for hobbyists to register. Registration helps us ensure safety – for you, others on the ground, and manned aircraft.

Regulations it conceived of in a little more than two weeks, and will implement in about the same time frame The FAA bypassed the traditional (and legally required) rule making process, including notice and public comment, by claiming that expected “Christmas” drone sales created an ’emergency’ allowing it to bypass normal rule making requirements. But that makes no sense and is contrary to the FAA’s past treatment of hobby aircraft and the 2012 Congressional mandate. UAS pose new security and privacy challenges and must be traceable in the event of an incident.

In order for your results to be properly tabulated into rankings for our Spartan Point Series, you will need to "claim" all your results through Athlinks and make sure all your relevant races are grouped under one Athlinks profile. By clicking on the "claim" link next to your name in your Spartan Results, you will be directed to to claim your result from the event (along with any other races you may have completed but not yet claimed).

I may be the first one to wrap all those elements into a project explicitly designed to be Hopeful and Upbeat About the Future and hopeful, ultimately. Of all the 14C stories I’ve read so far (and I haven’t read all of them), “Incorruptible” is the only one which explicitly grapples with an inherent shortcoming of the X-Prize paradigm itself, and suggests a possible (albeit SFnal) fix.

It’s not so much cheer-leading as commentary— which is, after all, presumably what this whole SF Advisory board thing is all about.

I mentioned back in April that I’d be attending the Lviv International Literary Festival this Fall, in commemoration of the Ukrainian publication of . I was corresponding with the translators— who seemed like really nice people— and helping them out with the fiddly bits. In fact, the whole thing had been called off sometime before July 10, and no one had told me.

I was in intermittent touch with Sofia Cheliak, a program director at the festival. First I heard of it was when Sofia showed up on Facebook and asked if I could maybe apply for a Canada Council grant to cover the trip.