Where the internet has failed, the Outernet hopes to succeed. It's working to get a new breed of satellite-based communication off the ground, promising to give even the most remote corners of the globe access to the web.
The plan was simple: mount a nuclear ICBM atop a truck, then spread a bunch of them (and hundreds of decoys) out along Nevada and Utah to create a fully-mobile counterpoint to any Soviet first strike. So why did it not stick?
I have seen the future of high definition displays and lo, it is glorious. Not to mention rollable, foldable, and clearly superior to the LCD or LED or really every other panel technology available today.