We live in an age of war waged from afar. Drones hover tens of thousands of feet above their prey; their pilots can be almost ten thousand miles away. This "distancing" worries writer and artist James Bridle. While technologies like GPS and satellite imagery have the capacity to bring us closer together, they are, at the same time, being used "to maim and kill, ever further away and ever less visibly."
For the rest of the story: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2013/05/24/dronestagram