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Re: FW: Economist article

This problem still strikes me as "derivative" of the technology and not driven by consumer demand, and I'm disappointed that The Economist could not find a more compelling statement of the problem.  Is there one?

To the man with a multi-headed hammer, every problem looks like a multi-headed nail?

On Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 5:43 AM, Chalmers, Kevin wrote:
An article in the Economist discussing multicore, etc.  Doesn't really say much that we do not already know, but interesting to see it discussed at a wider level.


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Hi all,
Here is a link to an article about multicore. It's interesting to think how the parallel programming problem is becoming mainstream. Fancy the Economist running an article about Haskell!?