The Dark Side of Moore's Law
We are approaching the limit of incentive to pursue moore's law. Pc's are too powerful for the average consumer now & they are the ones with the mass dollars. Gradually the consumer will stop buying just because its got more transistors. Who cares if a new computer goes twice as fast as the one you can't overload now.
But who knows what the future holds. In the 80's I believe Bill Gates was once quoted as saying "why would anyone want more than 250kb of ram?" Obviously he was quoted out of context or had no real vision of where we would be today. I don't propose to compare myself to Bill Gates (I'm better looking) however my views on moore's law may seem just as silly 20 yrs from now.
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