As Jack Stewart reports today in Wired: "If your image of the future of drone deliveries involves swarms of quadcopters pouring out of Amazon warehouses like flying monkeys leaving the Wicked Witch’s castle, you’ll be disappointed. They’re far more likely to be dispatched from trucks parked not too far from your house." I know. You're super-sad now. But, while the skies over your neighborhood might not be teaming with drones bringing your neighbors their refill of toilet paper, you can be comforted by knowing that the drone-filled delivery future of your dreams is closer than you think. Using trucks to bring the packages to a neighborhood and then dispatching the little flying critters with your stuff is probably a much more efficient, and closer-to-realized, concept than flying all the way to and from the warehouse. Read Stewart's full story at Wired.