Moore’s law in simple to understand terms states the following:
“Computing power will double every two years, for approxiamtely the same cost.”
Moore’s law describes a long-term trend in the history of computing hardware. What it means for us is simple.
Anything we form of technology we buy (Cameras, Video Cameras, Computers, Mobile Phones, Printers, Televisions, ipods….) will be virtually worthless in a year or two.
Which is why we should all be outsourcing risk of obsolescence to rentoid.com
In fact we should do the following becuase all technological equipment is outdated so quickly.
Rent out all the tech equipment we own on rentoid. This helps pay for the inevitable depreciation costs. It’s also not worth worrying about things being damaged, because things are outdated so quickly anyway, and we can protect our items with a bond on rentoid.com
Rent tech equipment we need temporarily. Knowing how quick this stuff degenerates, we should try and rent rather than buy where ever possible. Think twice before buying.
The point is this: Some things we have to own and some we don’t. Now with rentoid we can work around Moores Law by renting our tech stuff to and from each other to reduce the total cost of technology for all rentoid members.
Spread the word.
The rentoid team.