compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
These various simulations first accumulated into the ‘Art of the Possible'
event took place as The first 100-piece JIG-SAW. This event led onto the
establishment of our own multi-media resource centre in Witney, Oxfordshire
and subsequently to the concept of a wide-are network of On Demand Colour
multi-media resource centres collaborating with an almost fully automatic
Video-CD manufacturing plant in an arboretum not ten minutes distant from
Belfast Airport in Northern Ireland.
Moore's law has continued to prevail in the interim whilst I continued the
process of assembling the 1000-piece JIG-SAW plan, in anticipation of the
fact that the [TIME] would come when as ARM's boss Simon Segars has so
"technological progress will get harder as Moore’s Law – the process
by which shrinking transistors mean processors roughly double in
speed every 18-24 months – comes to an end"
The ‘Telecommunications infrastructure developments'
time-line elsewhere described provides adequate
evidence that we have already moved from Moore's
relative constant and are about a third to a half the way
along the ‘curve' which is about to go exponential.
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