The Innovation Boom



Will writes from Washington, D.C. (well, Arlington, Virginia). You can reach him at willblogcorrespondence at gmail dot com.

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  1. Avatar Brett says:

    It’s an interesting post on his part, although I think he heavily understates how important the Information and Computer Revolution has been in the past 30 years. Think of all the stuff that’s gone by the wayside – carbon paper, typewriters, a whole mass of “process” jobs, and so forth.

    Or beyond that, look at what happened to the US military with the advent of “smart” weapons made possible with miniaturized electronics and new computer technology. It has drastically increased the effectiveness and accuracy of US military capabilities.Report