Logic seems to work better for computers than for people. Computers only use a few basic circuits to make decisions - the boolean systems of AND, OR, NOT, and XOR, infinitely recombined to create new possibility. Bits are funneled through logic channels and that is the magic of the computer. Simplicity breeds speed breeds the ability to perform a wide range of extremely complicated tasks. Simplicity has once again become a virtue in computer design, as companies strive to produce high-speed and low-cost RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Chips) to replace expensive, complex CISC (Complex Instruction Set Chips) and revitalize design.

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