Intel blogging

Blogging is becoming a way of life at Intel but most of it takes place behind the firewall where Intel’s watchers and customers cannot see it. Here are a few notable exceptions:

If the purpose of blogging is to start a communication, it looks like TinyScreenfuls and Intel Perspective are doing a better job (certainly a better job than blogan.net). Why, you ask? Look at the number of comments, especially this one where Josh invites questions about Intel.

I’m excited to see what will happen to Josh. According to his “Caveat Lector” he is doing this without official blessing.

The content of this blog is my personal opinion only and although I am an employee of Intel, the statements I make here in no way represent Intel’s position on any issue, nor am I authorized to speak on behalf of Intel on any matter.

Will Josh be able to walk the fine line of keeping an interesting discussion going without running afoul of the powers that be? Will he become Intel’s Robert Scoble? Or will he become Intel’s Heather Armstrong?

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