Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 30th Jun 2007 17:19 UTC, submitted by doro
Intel "Buried deep in a pile of slashdot comments, Matthew Dillon of DragonFly gives a detailed assessment of the Intel Core bugs. While a lot of news sites and bloggers were quick to dismiss the issue as inflated, Dillon's comments provide a much closer look at the actual issues."
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by acobar on Sun 1st Jul 2007 03:07 UTC
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Lets not forget that we are here judging what seems important and logical and not who said it. Knowledge should be more important than fame. Also, the history is full of examples of genius mistakes.

The post of Brendan looks very logical and valid to me as also the context Kaiwai cited.

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RE: Arguments
by edogawaconan on Sun 1st Jul 2007 04:45 in reply to "Arguments"
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after all, the ones who do the programming, thus the ones having 'problems' with the bugs are them, not us. They should know the best what troubles them. Although we may look at the bugs as an unimportant bugs (i.e. negligible), it might not be the case for them, the ones who face the bugs.

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