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"Rapid prototyping" futuristic fashion looks really weird (Tomorrow Daily 143)

On today's show, we discuss why tiny thrusters could be a big deal for satellites, how a group of Netflix employees got the service to work on an NES console, and how future fashion might work via "rapid prototyping."

It's Thursday, and Khail is winging his way to SXSW, but there's still one more show before he's out for a few days. We're discussing an MIT alum who may have found a way to make little thrusters for controlling satellite movement, Netflix's Hack Day (and what the coolest mods were) and an Italian manufacturing plant's idea of what future fashion might look like.

Ashley will be back on Monday, and Khail will be back in a week, but we hope you enjoy this week's show. Lastly, we'd like to take a second to say goodbye to a man whose imagination and talent will never dissipate. Rest in peace, Terry Pratchett. Gone too soon, but every word you wrote was more than we deserved.

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Tomorrow Daily 143: "Rapid prototyping" futuristic fashion looks really weird

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