From: E. Shaun Russell [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Wrong again. From page 105: "...the capacity of computing
> will double ten
> times every decade, which is a factor of one thousand (2^10)
> every ten years."
Actually my earlier reply misread this quote, possibly in the same way
you did. Of course, 2^10 is approximately 10^3, so the above quote is
entirely internally consistent. It is, however, at odds with other
assessments of the rate of growth of computing power.
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