Constant Change Means It’s Time To Recognize Technology’s ‘Half Life’

Constant Change Means It’s Time To Recognize Technology’s ‘Half Life’

Barry Ritzholtz provides food for thought as to when your favorite technology will expire.

Stephen Fortune
  • 29 march 2011

Barry Ritzholtz stirs up the evergreen debate surrounding the speed of technological change with an interesting angle: he couches the dizzying pace of innovation in terms of the ‘half life of technology’:

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