It’s a changing world out there. Remember when mobile phones became a thing? For younger readers, maybe not. At first they couldn’t even send text messages; now they can possess any and every facet of life: address book and agenda, photos of your kid’s first steps, social media accounts, banking information — the list goes on.
At first the progress was gradual, but it’s picked up speed. Back in the 60s, Intel cofounder and tech-head Gordon Moore established a rule called Moore’s law, which observed that the capacity to store and process information doubles every two years. If trends continue, innovators may soon break that law.