Jurvetson on Moore’s Law and innovation

Notice that the pace of innovation is exogenous to the economy. The Great Depression and the World Wars and various recessions do not introduce a meaningful change in the long-term trajectory of Moore’s Law. Certainly, the adoption rates, revenue, profits and economic fates of the computer companies behind the various dots on the graph may go though wild oscillations, but the long-term trend emerges nevertheless.

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(Thanks to Larry Cheng for pointing out this post in his recent blog entry.)

So don’t fret, folks….everything’s gonna be alright…

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