recognizing Arthur C. Clarke’s third law

Fun with math

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stopwatchJodrell, formally known as CentralNIC CTO Gavin Brown, posted a statistical analysis of his suspicion that movies are getting longer. He found out he was correct but not in any meaningful sense: the average length of a feature film gets longer by about one minute per decade. It won’t necessarily hold up to scientific scrutiny, but its fun. (Creative Commons licensed photo by Erica Marshall.)


Written by chris

November 10, 2008 at 10:57 am

Posted in Film, Uncategorized

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