I’m sincerely fascinated by the major progress we’ve made in the field of computer science. In a matter of decades, we’ve gone from massive mainframes to just shy of atomic transaistors. And we’re not done yet. We’re still trying to improve computing to keep up with our growing technological demands. But what happens when the laws of physics prevent us from going any further? Letter #9 is all about the current state of modern computing and what it could mean for the future.
Letters from an Internet Traveler is a newsletter for the curious, who who frequently indulge in conversation starters and ‘did you know’ moments—a few thought-provoking tidbits discovered on my travels across the Internet casually delivered to your inbox at least twice a month (maybe).