Wow. I don’t think I’ve ever had a post that got so many great comments in such a short time as my last one. Go read it if you haven’t.
It’s very interesting to see so many anonymous Intel employee commenters. It tells me a couple of things:
- People at Intel are reading and listening
- People at Intel have strong feelings about the stuff that’s happening to us as a company
- For whatever reason, they prefer to share those comments anonymously
I commit to all of my readers and commenters that I respect your privacy and anonymity. I know that sometimes, you just can’t say what’s really on your mind without it. I won’t condone any “Intel bashing”, but that’s not what’s happening. Humans want and need conversations.
People need a place to talk about this stuff. That’s why I talk about Intel-related stuff here – and if that sparks some conversation, then my objective has been met.
So, expect more Intel conversation, and please, feel free to share your thoughts in the comments, anonymously or not, whether you work for Intel or not.
EDIT: Don’t miss the Unofficial Intel Blog for more Intel blogosphere conversation. I’ve linked him/her before, because it’s a great blog, and some of the things need to be said. All the conspiracy theorists think that the author, PentrinoVI IV, is me, posting under a pseudonym… 😉