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Intel Developer Forum Some of our colleagues had discussions with Intel engineers involved in the USB 2.0 project at the Intel Developer Forum in Palm Springs. And several of them report an amazing but true fact. Someone called Jason Zilla works for Chipzilla. We trust that new recruits at the chip monster are not required to change their surnames when they're hired by Intel. We know for a fact that when contractors for Intel are given spooky email addresses when they join the company, such as MichaelX@intel.com... It all sounds a bit spooky to us... ® NB We have some rather interesting Bootnotes from the Forum which we will place on the site, but not on the front page, in the next few days. Keep your eyes peeled, for example, for the Intel Bunny Graveyard...

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