and a longer version . . . !
Here's a couple more youtube science that are halfway worth watching. These can be viewed as a celebration of today's announcement of the recent protein engineering breakthroughs being experimentally confirmed. http://www.physorg.com/news/2011-11-creation-largest-human-designed-protein-boosts.html
Well, I should go ahead and show this last one I found recently.
With the molecular simulation software for dna and proteins at least(Eric Drexler wishes for these peptides to get some simulation software as well; maybe so), and all these dna breakthroughs and protein engineering confirmed practical, I'd expect at least soft nanotechnology to make an impact well within this year! From there, some groups will be anxious to bootstrap(using the soft dna/protein nanotechnology) to a more robust nanomanufacturing; and from there hopefully to daimondoid nanomanufacturing. But, i think nanomanufacturing will do plenty of wonders(for good or bad) before even then.