Intel pays 10 000 dollars for original Moore's Law article    2005-04-24 09:48:33    

Intel has been looking for the original copy of the magazine that contains the Moore's Law article. A man named David Clart happened to have this magazine in his pile of old magazines. The Electronics magazine from year 1965 contains the Gordon Moore's article which tells about Moore's ideas about the evolution of silicon technology.

Intel put their request to eBay and now the deal has been closed - they have agreed to pay David Clart $10,000 for the magazine.

Some guys win, some guys won't, David Clark really does.

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