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Internet Survey

One thing that strikes me is how the internet has changed the way I do things – I know that compared to five years ago, I purchase more items on-line than I ever thought possible. My very non-techie wife uses Read More

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Next?

With the delay in 65nm processors from AMD; it looks like whatever we have today is pretty much all we can expect from them until 2007. True, they’re likely to tweak the process a bit, and moving to DDR2 ought Read More

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Another Delay 2428

On Friday, I pointed out that AMD’s 65nm fab won’t be for a while. I didn’t have much to say about it then because I was pretty stunned at the time. Well, now I’m less stunned. For openers, ignore the Read More

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Huh?

I’ll just quote from the horse’s mouth: “With the production ramp in Fab 36 progressing on schedule, the company intends to make 90nm production shipments in the first quarter of 2006 and begin 65nm production by the end of 2006. Read More

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Google: Think Light

Over the past week, there’s been a lot of talk about Google planning to rip at least one of Microsoft’s generative organs off by getting into the office suite business. How likely are they to succeed? First, the concept of Read More

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Kicking The Wrong Butt

These days, people talk a lot about kicking butt (or synonym). Whether this is good or bad, I’m sure everyone would agree that if you’re going to kick butt, it is best to kick the right one. That’s why letters Read More

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Tortoise and the Hare

Two promised products will be showing up sooner rather than later. In one corner, we have the Gigabyte i-RAM. In the other corner, we have flash memory drives and hybrid flash/rust drives. Who is likely to win? On sheer technical Read More