In response to Drew general consensus from people I know is that the Lockheed Martin announcement was more publicity stunt than scientific breakthrough. We have several people working on ITER in my group at work and there are so many varied challenges left to make fusion viable that it's just too hard to imagine that they've silently solved them all without anyone knowing that they're even working on it. Basically what they've released is that they're getting around known issues by making it much smaller than other designs as if people just didn't think of trying a smaller design.
yeah i figured solving fusion would get more coverage than a scifi aggregator site but fusion truck seems like we're on task for the optimus prime origin story
In case you get stufffed in a trunk in Westville SC know that you can text 911 thanks to Motorola Solutions.
St. Louis project had a ribbon cutting ceremony. Work's not done but they wanted to have some good press :)
Edit: I guess I should file this away in a separate "Adventures in Software Engineering" thread as per Drew's recommendation.
is motorola trying to get its toes in any uav integration? i know it would be way down the line but that would be some next level integration
i just found the 409 time zone commentary nice