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SNS Subscriber Edition Volume 16, Issue 6 Week of February 11, 2013

 

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The Most Important Chip Not Yet Invented

 

 

 

In This Issue

 

 

Feature:

The Most Important Chip Not Yet Invented

 

Reducing the Instruction Set

PRPs

The Importance of Patterns

Be the Pattern

Evolved Clues

Find the Element

Patterns in Space

Patterns in Time

Complexity

 

Quotes of the Week

 

Upgrades

 

Lenovo Put SNS' "Wall Computing" on the Table

 

Takeout Window

 

A Prototypical Digital Signal Processor Chip

Solar Canals: Implementing a FiRe CTO Design Challenge

 

Ethermail

 

In Case You Missed It...

Members Making News

 

Upcoming SNS Events

& Media Links

 

In Other House News...

 

New Members' Welcome

How to Subscribe

May I Share This Newsletter?

About SNS

About the Publisher

Where's Mark?

 

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  "...We have had a different speaker every week for eight years, but this week was the best. Mark is a master --- I feel like I've been listening to one of the Greek philosophers." - Mervyn Lakin, founder of the WiseGuise Group in Arizona, after Mark Anderson's talk on "Flow Economics and How IP Drives the Global Economy."

 

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SNS Book Selection:

 

Captive Audience: The Telecom Industry and Monopoly Power in the Gilded New Age; by Susan P. Crawford J.D. (Yale University Press, 2012).

 

 

 

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The Most Important Chip Not Yet Invented

 

For my friends at Qualcomm, Intel, ARM, and Texas Instruments, and their colleagues at chip companies Freescale, XMOS, CEVA, AD, NXP, and CSR.

 

 

Reducing the Instruction Set

 

Imagine a blank touchscreen. You draw an irregular line across it, from edge to edge. Then you turn over the 5-minute sand clock next to you. Your life depends upon finding the area under that line.

 

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