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Long-time readers may remember that we have been chasing a copy of a picture of Craig Barrett on a horse for some months now. We are happy to tell our readers that the picture, in wide circulation inside Intel in the US, is almost within our grasp. US PR folk have told us they see no reason why we cannot have a copy of the picture. We cannot wait. Meanwhile, fresh news of Craig's cowboy activities has reached our ken. He has, apparently, a complex of 20 deluxe log cabins in his place in the country. While here, we have learnt that many Intel executives feel like Barrett workhorses. One senior VP said yesterday he's had Barrett on his back for some time, while Pat "Kicking" Gelsinger described him as "a ruthless dictator". ®

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