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Intel is rightly famous for Moore's Law. But were you aware of the others. Here they go... 1. Moore’s Law: The power of microprocessors will double every 18 months 2. More’s Law: Intel will always make at least ten times as much money as AMD 3. Poor’s Law: AMD stockholders rarely have anything to smile about 4. Pause Law: Intel chipsets can never be launched on time 5. Flaws Law: Intel chipsets can never be launched on time 6. Bore’s Law: Stories on ZDNet UK become twice as boring every 18 months 7. Jaws Law: Oracle CEOs are rarely quiet for long 8. Whore’s Law: You will never become Mayor of London 9. Door’s Law: Unless you’re the pretty, dead one, no one will remember your name 10. Coldsore’s Law: Don’t share your toothbrush with anyone Reader Peter Boulding writes: You forgot Cole's Law. Pickled cabbage and carrots. ®

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