[rescue] The end of alpha
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Mon Jun 25 12:48:02 CDT 2001
Yes, of course, to people who THINK...but what suits will view it as
such? The suit reaction will probably be soemthing like "Intel is
synergizing with their corporate paradigm by taking strategic steps in
acquiring enabling technologies to strengthen their position. Their
key involvement with team players will ensure their industry
leadership. Let's buy more of their stuff."
...thus, butt-fucking the rest of us with chainsaws.
On June 25, Larry Snyder wrote:
> Is it possible that Intel's acquisition of the technology is just
> exactly that admission?
> Dave McGuire <mcguire at neurotica.com> wrote:
> > On June 25, Chris Petersen wrote:
> > > On the other hand, from what I've read about Itanium up until now, this was
> > > probably the *only* way Intel could make that chip usable...They should just
> > > flat out replace the thing...
> > Yeah...it's a pretty sad state of affairs. I wonder what it would
> > take to make Intel admit to the world that they're a bunch of
> > blithering idiots who have NO FUCKING IDEA how to design high-speed
> > processors.
> > -Dave McGuire
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