Disruptive Tendencies | TechCrunch

It’s unfair to compare any other field to “computers and the Internet,” since we’re governed by Moore’s Law and have been for fifty years; that kind of exponential growth just isn’t going to happen in any other industry. One subtle side effect is that innovative minds are naturally drawn towards the one domain where exponential growth sheds revolutionary new possibilities every few years. That leaves a thinner talent pool for other fields.

Describes Internet innovation well!

via Disruptive Tendencies | TechCrunch.

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