Send and receive email for your domain with Postmark and Amazon’s SES, S3, and Lambda services

A long, long, long time ago, sending email via your website was really horrible. Alongside the static HTML powering your Guestbook, you had some copy/pasted CGI script your ISP somehow allowed you to use that probably didn’t work, but oh crap it started working I hope it doesn’t break now. A long, long time ago, … Continue reading Send and receive email for your domain with Postmark and Amazon’s SES, S3, and Lambda services

Email to Slack bot idea

It would be fun to have a Slack bot that could be copied late into a long email thread of reply-alls. It would create a channel or join an existing one, parse the thread into a conversation with messages applied to people in the conversation, and then reply-all to the email thread with a link … Continue reading Email to Slack bot idea

Wired on Drone Geo-Fencing

“This is NOT something users want,” another critic added. “I have a good relationship with my local airports and have worked with every local tower or control center. I get clearance to fly and they have been great, but this ‘update’ takes away my control. ”Ryan Calo, a University of Washingtonlaw professor who studies robots … Continue reading Wired on Drone Geo-Fencing

Amazon’s petition for exemption to fly drones commercially

Amazon filed a petition for exemption with the FAA last week so that they could fly prototype drones outdoors as part of research and development for their future Prime Air offering. It’s a quick read, with a couple fun points: Because Amazon is a commercial enterprise we have been limited to conducting R&D flights indoors or in other … Continue reading Amazon’s petition for exemption to fly drones commercially