Friday, February 3

Intel and the Art of Branding

This is the funniest John C. Dvorak column in quite a while. (Note: at least a basic knowledge of CPU technology required to get most of the jokes.)

Additionally, this recent column (again by the illustrious Mr. Dvorak) is pretty insightful.

2 comments:

chinacars said...

dravok's articles are so biased and arent the most informative..

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Brad said...

He's a commentator. He's not supposed to be "informative," he's supposed to comment on the information presented by news organizations.

And, yes, he's a bit biased. But he's writing opinion articles, not news.

What trumps either of those concerns is that, above all, he's entertaining.

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