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Intel is having a marathon briefing session for Silicon Valley journalists on Friday, but curiously, the Register hasn't been invited to the seven-hour reading of The Itanic Verses.

It's the first time we can ever remember being uninvited by the guys at Satan Clara.

We hope it's a temporary faux pas. Even the Department of Homeland Defense makes these, after all. We wouldn't want to think that it's a snub. Because we know that Intel marcomms lavishes great attention on some organs of the press - with some flaks prepared to lay down and make the ultimate sacrifice for the cause. (Mentioning no names).

Last minute "whoops!"-es to the usual address, please Intel.

Update: It was all a terrible misunderstanding, and we don't have to gatecrash in fancy dress as an iceberg. But, oh - what to wear?®

Surely some mistake…?
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