Most cars come with analog readouts for speedometers, temperature and gas tanks.
You may be surprised to find out that many of those are now actually digital. The gauges look all old-timey and appear analog but the actual signal being communicated is a digital signal and thus so are the gauges technically speaking.
The video was about hooking analog gauges into the analog outputs available on an Intel dev board. By that logic, they would be digital outputs just the same.
We won't own houses either, banks will own them and make sure that no-one can pay for them.
The amusing thing, often times these distributors don't even own their own warehouses. They have them built and outfitted to their specs, then sell them to and lease them back from an investment firm.
In the long run, however, I wonder if the arrival of convenient fusion will mark the start of issues with waste heat.
No. Current solar absorption (accounting for albedo) is on the order of 50PW. By comparison, current peak world wide energy production is a paltry few TW. We're several orders of magnitude away from the point where our civilization's thermal output becomes a concern.
the United States of America will not be capable of building nor financially support a manned space mission to the Moon and Mars for another 50-years because the infrastructure to support the people who are not yet born who will educate the engineers and scientists who will accomplish the mission does not exist.
That's circular logic. You only have to worry about educating two generations out if you've already decided your project is going to take 50 years.