You can still find some of the old sources from 50 years ago sitting on the Internet, including an /etc/passwd file. Ken Thompson’s password was ZghOT0eRm4U9s:p/q2-q4! . It’s chess notation, and a really, really good password.
Unix was originally written at Bell Labs on a PDP-7 microcomputer, and Warner hunted down the machine used to develop Unix. The first version of Unix required a unique set of peripherals, and at the time only one machine at Bell Labs had all of these peripherals. PDP-7 serial number 34 was the first Unix machine.
The flight was a FedEx delivery conducted by Wing Aviation, a part of the Googleplex, and delivered products from Walgreens.
In non-drone but still buzzing news, Kitty Hawk revealed their take on a flying taxi. It’s called the Heaviside, named after the deeply mentally disturbed electrical engineer and physicist Oliver Heaviside. You do get credit for being better at Maxwell’s equations than Maxwell, I guess.