The Diabolical Disconnect

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The Disconnect. A word that has grown tiresome, though not because we have solved the problem of connecting ourselves to our family, our friends, our bosses our markets. It is tiresome because it is not a thing but a lack of a thing. When we are blaming a disconnect for our failure, we are making something our of nothing.

At the moment, it would appear that our sense of technological progress, as represented by our view of the old tradition of Moore’s Law, has become disconnected with how the industry is progressing but we quickly learn, that we are really battling something than fighting nothing at all.

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