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Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Convergence isn't going to 'accelerate' the rate of technological disruption - Via bubblegeneration

This breathless article by BW gets it all wrong - convergence isn't going to 'accelerate' the rate of technological disruption; it's the other way around. Convergence is a nice example of the constantly increasing rate of change of disruption, because there are increasing returns to innovation. This is like a Moore's Law for disruption; except it was formulated by sociologists at the turn of the 20th century. A very nice altenate perspective.
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