Moores' Law - Revised 2003

Following last night's Microsoft Xmas party for the media, I decided to revise the original Moore's Law, defined by Intel's Gordon Moore to a new version which better reflects Microsoft's efforts around the .Net architecture. This has the raw information (i) increasing at the square of lines of new software code (c) or I=C2

As a consequence, .Net's stated ambition of seamlessly connecting all the information stuff in the world through your PDA or mobile phone, will never be able to keep pace with the information growth that its code generates as a by-product. Of course, this is more of a theory than a law but explains, in part, why my inbox remains constantly unmanageable, however had I might try.


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