bob metcalfenin bir bilgisayar aginin degerinin ona katilan her yeni kullanici yada sistem ile katlanarak arttigini acikladigi bir teori.
"the asset value of a computer network increases exponentially as each new node—or individual user—is added to it. because every new user brings along a wealth of linkages and resources, the fund of networked value grows to be far richer than the mere sum of its parts. metcalfe's law is at the heart of the internet's power—it's the place where (despite occasional courageous, and mostly unavailing, efforts to charge a fee for it) information really wants to be free. and it is the most inspiring model of a decentralized communication network that is likely ever to exist outside of insect pheromone messages in nature. "
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