[Tr1] The flying cars are finally coming! To the 2020 Olympics, it turns out.
[Tr2] I was thinking to myself as I was filling up how the existence of the diesel pump seems like a tribute to the yesterday’s forgotten tomorrow.
[Tr3] Maybe Louis CK had it all wrong and it turns out that being unhappy will make things better.
[Tr4] How the FAA killed Uber for planes. I could make a case that Uber for planes would be good for the environment because more people per load, or that it would be bad if it subsidizes more plane trips in the overall.
[Tr5] I think I’ve linkied a piece before on supersonic flight and the ban thereon, but here’s an argument for lifting it.
[Tr6] While I did expect this to an application of autonomous cars, I didn’t expect it to be one of the earlier ones.
[Tr7] Airlines really need to stop doing this sort of thing. They say it was a mistake in ticket-scanning, but I’m honestly a little skeptical and am worried that airlines might really start seeing toddler seats as seats they can give to someone else in a jam.
[Tr8] Essential Air Service can be justified, but Hagerstown is not really an appropriate use for it. I suspect this is one of those things you have to do to get to 60 senate votes.
This Lockheed Martin? prototype can fly twice as fast as a normal helicopter pic.twitter.com/UnF8P9sUGy
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) June 17, 2017