I thought Gordon Moore's comment was amusing.
>I never said 18 months. I said one year, and then two years. One of my
>Intel colleagues changed it from the complexity of the chips to the
>performance of computers and decided that not only did you get a benefit
>from the doubling every two years but we were able to increase the clock
>frequency, too, so computer performance was actually doubling every 18
>months. I guess that's a corollary of Moore's Law.
>Moore's Law has been the name given to everything that changes
>exponentially in the industry. I saw, if Gore invented the Internet, I
>invented the exponential.
Full transcript of the May 18, 2000 interview is at:
Max More, Ph.D.
President, Extropy Institute. www.extropy.org
CEO, MoreLogic Solutions. www.maxmore.com
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