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Dana Dana Blankenhorn has been a business journalist for over 25 years and has covered the online world professionally since 1985. He founded the "Interactive Age Daily" for CMP Media, and has written for the Chicago Tribune, Advertising Age, and dozens of other publications over the years.
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Moore’s Law defines the history of technology. It held that the number of circuits etched on a given piece of silicon could double every 18 months as far as its author, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, could see. Moore’s Law has spawned constant revolutions since then, not just in computing but in communications, in science, in a host of areas. Moore’s Law applies to radios, and to optical fiber, but there are some areas where it doesn’t apply. In this blog we’ll take a daily look at new implications of Moore’s Law in real time, as it rolls forward to create our future.
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June 07, 2005
Table of Contents: American DiasporaEmail This EntryPrint This Entry
Posted by Dana Blankenhorn
Category: fiction


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Stefan Haubold on January 10, 2005 03:34 AM writes...

Please, please, please change your stylesheet to show different colors for visited links. This would make reading your novels so much more usable.
You see with on look which chapters are unread.
Keep up the good work.

Regards,
Stefan

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