Projects 2010 > AlphaSphere > Journal
It's now 5:24am in Kanagawa prefecture, which means that the potential manufacturers of our smart material, should still be in bed, but I know the Japanese, and that means you never know…
On the other side of the planet, in Minnesota, it's almost half past three, a humid, sunny afternoon, I know this because Google knows this; I also know the exact location of the factory, which conceivably has the means to produce revolutionary materials.
I’ve seen technical specifications, of what could be key elements in our new product, on paper, they look good: but though we've only just kicked off, the clock is ticking, contending with the logistics of international delivery, and the inevitable trialing, testing, calibrating, tuning & tweaking, am hoping to get through these preliminaries with speed.
I click inbox refresh, no word yet, from either Minnesota or Kanagawa.
Time. Patience. Refresh.