Talk:Ephemeralization

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Improving the references[edit]

My attention was drawn to this article since it was linked from http://paulgraham.com/tablets.html. The Paul Graham work would be citable if published; at the moment it's on the edge. (Graham may be quotable, even from his website, on the subject of internet startups, but his expertise on Buckminster Fuller probably can't be attested in publications). I notice we currently refer to a work of Francis Heylighen, a Belgian academic, though we have unfortunately chosen an unpublished paper by him: "Complexity and information overload in society.." There is also an external link to a personal web page by Flemming Funch, who doesn't seem to be a recognized authority. Since 'ephemeralization' should be a good search term for Google, I hope we can improve the references. EdJohnston (talk) 19:50, 3 December 2010 (UTC)

Moore's Law[edit]

Is this related to Moore's law? If so, it should be mentioned. ask123 (talk) 15:08, 18 October 2012 (UTC)