Watson, not just a good name, it’s the law

Everyone wants to be the law, the Maxwell, the Ohm, the Shannon. Perhaps the most famous non-law law is the oft touted Moore’s law. Moore made an observation about semiconductor manufacturing densities and projected that observation. It was Caltech professor Carver Mead who in 1975 popularized the term “Moore's law,” and Intel’s marketing folks knowing a good thing when they ...

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