I clearly remember that day, 08 May ’18. It was almost 9:00 pm when I finally spotted the office of Fluxgen after passing right in front of it numerous times and wondering how on earth could Google maps betray me. Continue reading “Days at Fluxgen”
Here’s a simple experiment. Take a sharpened pencil and try to balance it at its tip using your finger.
When Robert Whitehead invented the self-propelled torpedo in the 1860s, the early guidance system for maintaining depth was so new and essential he called it “The Secret.” Airplanes got autopilots just a decade after the Wright brothers. These days, your breakfast cereal was probably gathered by a driverless harvester. Sailboats have autotillers. Semi-autonomous military drones kill from the air, and robot vacuum cleaners confuse our pets.