WalMart and Intel: They are the same?

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Pentiumm, Jun 21, 2004.

  1. Pentiumm

    Pentiumm Guest

    The next time you see the commercial from Intel, think of it as another
    Walmart So what does Walmart have anything to do with Intel? They share at
    least one common corporate philosophy: high on quantity and low quality.
    Like Microsoft, Intel exploits the mass market. The executives care less
    about technology (even though they claim to be "cutting edge technology").
    They are blind by the sparking dollar sign and that's all they see.

    Short-sight vision and greed seem to be in the blood of the executives at
    Intel and alike. Major corporation with billions of dollars would not
    venture the development of what is good for the consumers but rather what
    they can make the money the easiest way and do it fast.

    A prime example is Intel's recent coward move in backing out on a promising
    technology in the 3-D rendering called X3D. What Intel is afraid of is this
    new technology could call for a high demand on on advanced chips, which
    Intel would not have to guts to meet the challenge. Perhaps what Intel
    executives are waiting for some loser MBAs to bless their souls.

    So, like Microsoft and McDonalds, Intel is using its massive marketing
    strength to thwart the good technology while feed the consumers with low
    quality product. Most consumers don't know the difference because they
    don't know any better.

    So, the next time you see or hear "Intel inside", you'll know what's "in
    side": simply bullshit inside and lots of it.
     
    Pentiumm, Jun 21, 2004
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