Questions: Whither Moore’s Law and internet monitoring

Posted: February 3, 2010 in Com 546

Is it better to have a fully accessible, fully automated digital world catered to our consumer habits or do we end up losing the serendipity of random advertising and other discoveries that we may not make in the digital realm?

If people (bosses) can’t shift the way they think to prepare for new, more innovative ways to communicate and operate, how does one describe to them that if they wait new companies will beat them to the punch and take over the industry? I fear that by the time “traditional” operators and marketers understand the digital shift we are taking, it will be far too late for them to jump on the bandwagon.

Are we really playing catch-up as consumers with the speed of developing semiconductors (in reference to Whiter Moore’s Law)? With the speed of innovation these days as consumers we are constantly looking for the next smallest (or thinnest) and fastest technology we can get our hands on. It seems like we are ready for these advances at this point, but is this anxiousness limited to¬†younger generations?

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