All computers wait at the same speed
“The Serious Assembler” by Charles A. Crayne and Dian Girand, 1985
Thoughts on Crayne’s Law
The phrase “All computers wait at the same speed” is a humorous statement that pokes fun at computer users. It means that no matter how fast your computer is, it will still have to wait for you to give it instructions. So, if you’re not up to speed, all that extra fast processing power would be wasted1.
The implication of this statement is that the speed of a computer is only as fast as the person using it. It doesn’t matter how fast the computer is if the user cannot keep up with it. The statement is a reminder that computers are tools that are only as useful as the people who use them.
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