> Err... Twice as fast is still twice as fast when it's running on a
> processor that's twice as fast as it would have been. I now can't
> remember where I read a fascinating piece on the value of more
> efficient algorithms as computers got faster. But it was worth
> reading. It was by that guy. Y'know, the guy who wrote that paper. 

New Scientist article, IIRC.

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