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A copy of a new magazine by Intel UK has reached the hands of The Register. All of us are puzzled by the level of wit displayed. The magazine, called Intelligence features senior VP Sean Maloney, who was, we know, once the right hand man of Andy Grove, the effective maker of the chip giant. The magazine Intelligence quotes Maloney as saying that when he joined Chipzilla, 16 years ago, he had to take an effective pay cut worth around 50 per cent. It must have been worth it. Maloney's picture has a cut out saying: "My butt is the same size as yours," and just above it the legend: "I found it an incredible breath of fresh air." ®

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