Saturday, December 08, 2007

Negroponte for Nobel Peace Price

The OLPC is one of the greatest innovations in human history. Look at these happy school kids in Uruguay, they will grow up smarter with AMD64 (with Opteron as server platform) and Linux, they will learn coding in Python and other languages.

Some idiots say why not give them $200 worth of bread, instead of a $200 laptop. This is like asking why spend money on public schools -- the money spent on each kid is enough to feed a person from childhood to death. Do the math, if a public school spends $5000 on a kid a year, that is enough money to buy 5000 pounds of junk food to feed a kid for 10 years.

42 Comments:

Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

So, looks like the AMD fanboi's are on the retreat and all they have to talk about is the OLPC.

1.) Can't talk about performance, because Intel is very much in the lead.

2.) Can't talk about power consumption because Intel is again very much in the lead.

3.) Can't talk about marketshare, because AMD is losing it and Intel is gaining it.

4.) Can't talk about money, because AMD is losing it and Intel is making it hands over fists.

5.) Can't talk about price/performance as AMD is again, behind Intel.


Not much to talk about is there AMD fanbois.


Boy this site is really starting to blow monkey balls due to the moderation. Yeah I know the copy and pasters were fucking it up but waiting nearly 24 hours to get to read more oneexpert's fucking cutting and pasting is getting obnoxious.

10:11 PM, December 08, 2007  
Blogger Louis said...

Sharidouche,

Well, I'm not going to pile on and say "I told you so." I think you know that many, many others did tell you so... many, many times.

My only question is what will it take for you to see reality? Why are you such a hater? I think you need to see a therapist or something because your behavior can not be healthy.

10:35 PM, December 08, 2007  
Blogger Chuckula said...

Sharikou... you DO realize that the NEXT generation of the OLPC (if there even is one) is going to use INTEL chips right? The Silverthorne chips Intel has developed use far less power and are far faster than those 90's Geodes that AMD bought from another company (and you call that innovation??)

You are totally setting yourself up to look even stupider than you already do... GO FOR IT!!

11:02 PM, December 08, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

AMD OUT PERFORMS intel AGAIN

AMD stole more market share from other microprocessor vendors like intel, according to third-quarter rankings released Monday from iSuppli.

AMD fared far better than intel, with its share rising by more than the twice the level of Intel's to reach 13.9 percent, up 0.6 of a percentage point from 13.3 percent in the second quarter.

As usual the intel fanboys are in total denial.
AMD is out performing intel as a sales leader.

Greed is not a direction or a destination,
Greed is the opposite of charity,
Greed does not feed or empower,
glued up pentium 3s have no future, intel has no future except as a antique relic manufacturer.

BUY AMD future proof, state of the art, energy saving, hi performance, cpus, platforms and video solutions from the good technology company AMD, OLPC supporters and suppliers.

11:50 PM, December 08, 2007  
Blogger Ycon said...

Can you please re-write the article?
I cant understand what youre trying to say, illiterate

4:43 AM, December 09, 2007  
Blogger Scott said...

In Michigan each child is allotted an amount around $7,000 per child, per year.

Oh, and Mr. Sharikou, why have you been talking about other subjects than Phenom performance and the Opteron recall?

9:24 AM, December 09, 2007  
Blogger Tamaz said...

AMD K* architecture is better than Core http://www.legionhardware.com/document.php?id=663&p=4 so what can we say even about the Phenom. with the same cash size AMD is faster than competitor.

9:41 AM, December 09, 2007  
Blogger Chuckula said...

Sharikou (the drooling douchebag):

1. The Geode processor that OLPC uses was NOT developed by AMD, they bought the design from National Semiconductors in the '90's and it has not really gone through much innovation since then.
No 64 bit, no hypertransport, it even uses... an FSB!!! The only good thing you & onemolester can point out for AMD is obsolete by your own standards!

2. That retarded bullshit you spew about "opteron servers" couldn't be farther from the truth. When the OLPC project needed server muscle... they went with INTEL (who is ON THE BOARD OF OLPC!!! WHEN YOU SUPPORT OLPC YOU ARE SAYING INTEL IS SUPERIOR!!).
I don't even know why I bother, but Intel's about face means that Chip and Chimpzilla are now unlikely bedfellows - AMD providing the cheapo silicon in the laptops, while Intel rakes in the cash for the far more lucrative server side of the operation.

So once again, AMD is a useless bottom feeder relying on other people's technologies, while Intel is doing the heavy lifting.

If this is the best you can do right now, then Hector might as well get out the cyanide & Kool-Aid. In your case Sharikou, I'd recommend a 64oz big-gulp just to make sure it works (after all, Hector fucks up everything else).

6:43 PM, December 09, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Once again, our fucking moron of the blog forgot to post, that Intel too gained marketshare...

Oh yeah IF YOU ARE FUCKING GOING TO CUT AND PASTE DO A BETTER JOB:

In the third quarter, Intel accounted for 78.7 percent of global microprocessor revenue, up 0.3 of a percentage point from 78.4 percent in the second quarter.

Thats right nearly 80% of the overall global mircoprocessor market belongs to Intel and they continue to grow.

You also left out the fact that both Intel and AMD's marketshare growth came at the expense of Via and Transmeta. AMD DID NOT TAKE MARKETSHARE FROM INTEL

So oneexpert you ignorant little cut and paste cocksucker, what are you going to cut and paste this time? More information about the OLPC programme?

You cunt. You ignorant fucking cunt.

8:04 PM, December 09, 2007  
Blogger Louis said...

Just thought I'd checkin again in the efforts of helping Sharidouche see reality.

More body-slamming of the Phenom here:
Link

The Hexus.net conclusion for those who don't want to read the whole thing:

"Put simply, there is no compelling reason why you would look towards a Spider-based platform as your next upgrade. The mix-and-match competition can comfortably match AMD's performance-per-pound right now, without problems, and will only get better as 45nm processors and revised, feature-rich core-logics are released in Q1 2008."

I can see Sharidouche now ... curled up in a fetal position, while moaning about Intel bankruptcy in Q2'08 over and over and over. Douche I think you need an intervention or something. Unfortunately that requires that you have friends, which I can't imagine you do. Pezal, Howell and Onedipshit don't count since they're as deranged as you.

Laters...

8:30 PM, December 09, 2007  
Blogger Ycon said...

AMD is so low-end that IBM uses Opterons to deal with the I/O and networking for the real CPUs in their supercomputers. ROFLCOPTERZ0RZ

4:14 AM, December 10, 2007  
Blogger Tonus said...

If I'm not mistaken, New York City spends something like $15,000-17,000 per child for education, with appalling results.

I'd rather dump that money into OLPCs for them, the results can't be much worse and we'd save literally billions of dollars a year...

6:46 AM, December 10, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...


Oh, and Mr. Sharikou, why have you been talking about other subjects than Phenom performance and the Opteron recall?


Phenom holds its own and there was no Opteron recall. And no I'm not sticking up for Sharikou.

6:48 AM, December 10, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

Pezal, Howell and Onedipshit don't count since they're as deranged as you.

No I'm just violent and would stomp you for 3rd partying me like that. Little BITCH!!

6:50 AM, December 10, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

The Phenom doesn't even hold its own against a smiliar clocked K8.

You really are fucked in the head Howell.

E-thug punk ass chicken shit.

11:54 AM, December 10, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Wow. Nice to see the moderation here is one sided - you really need to delete Christian's e-thuggary. Or do you only do that to Intel fans, and leave the AMD fans to do what they want?

2:28 PM, December 10, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Phenom holds its own

This is hilarious. Intel's had quad cores for over a year now. AMD introduces a brand new architecture that they boast will be 40% faster than Clovertown. Yet AMD's fastest quad core is fragged to pieces by Intel's slowest quad core.

AMD BK Q2'08.

5:17 PM, December 10, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

AMD LIGHT YEARS AHEAD ON SOC


OLPC Core electronics:

* CPU: x86-compatible processor with 64KB each L1 I and D cache; at least 128KB L2 cache; AMD Geode LX-700@0.8W (datasheet);
* CPU clock speed: 433 Mhz;
* ISA compatibility: Support for both the MMX and 3DNow! x86 instruction-set extensions; Athlon instruction set (including MMX and 3DNow! Enhanced) with additional Geode-specific instructions;
* Companion chips: PCI and memory interface integrated with CPU; North Bridge: PCI and Memory Interface integrated with Geode CPU; AMD CS5536 South Bridge (datasheet);
* Graphics controller: Integrated with Geode CPU; unified memory architecture;
* Embedded controller: ENE KB3700 or ENE KB3700B;
* DRAM memory: 256 MiB dynamic RAM;
* Data rate: Dual — DDR333 — 166 Mhz;
* 1024KB SPI-interface flash ROM;
* Mass storage: 1024 MiB SLC NAND flash, high-speed flash controller;
* Drives: No rotating media;
* CAFE ASIC (Camera, Flash Enabler chip, provides high-performance Camera, NAND FLASH and SD interfaces); Marvell 88ALP01: (CAFE specification).

The OLPC hardware proves that AMD is light years ahead of all competition on the SOC(system-on-chip)

intel has nothing to compete with this future proof design AMD FUSION GEODE.

BUY AMD hi performance, energy saving,low cost, state of the art, cpus, platforms, and video solutions.

Support the OLPC along with AMD and help create world peace through helping to bring technology to those who might otherwise never access it.

6:21 PM, December 10, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

As usual, Sharikou is a moron. Assume for a moment, that you are a child in Africa living in extreme poverty. This, unfortunately, is all too common throughout Africa.

Now think about it, would you rather have a laptop computer, or access to clean drinking water, enough food to eat and vacciations/medication?

Hard choice eh?

10:00 AM, December 11, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

yep, more proof that Oneexpert is indeed damaged goods.

I will ask again, now that AMD's back is really against the wall when it comes to price, performance, power consumption and sales, is all you can do cut and paste?

Or are you too fucking stupid to put your own words together? Too dumb to think for yourself? Or are you that depressed that AMD is getting beat the shit outta by the 800lb gorilla who AMD itself awoke?

You are an ignorant cunt.

2:44 PM, December 11, 2007  
Blogger CupCake said...

Phenom has had the odds stacked against it, because of the low clocks at launch. The evidence however suggests that even at low clocks, the Phenom offers a challenge to the Intel Quads. Once AMD get the higher clocked B3 stepping Phenom out, Intel will be left for dust and probably lose significant market share.

AMD are more technically advanced than Intel, I don't care what anyone says. AMD has kept technically moving forward, while Intel more or less follow AMD, or should I say Copy AMD!!. AMD are like the master Guru to Intel and without them Intel would be lost.

Before people bash AMD, remember don't bite the hand that feeds! Please be respectful to AMD applaud their achievements to the Computer industry.

Intel are evil!

11:16 AM, December 12, 2007  
Blogger lex said...

Yo "Ph"ony "D"octorate

You read the line about how AMD is going to write down some more of their ATi purchase. They don't even know how much as they still can't figure out if they overpaid by 3 billion or was it 4 billion.

You think they might have learned they aren't in the graphics business, and are soon not to be relevant in the CPU business too?

3:31 PM, December 12, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

OLPC XO HELPS CREATE WORLD PEACE...

A child's view of the $100 laptop

What will a child in the UK make of a laptop designed to help children in the developing world? Rory Cellan-Jones brought an XO home to find out.
In late November I returned from Nigeria with a sample of the XO laptop.

The computer, made by the One Laptop per Child charity, is a robust little machine designed to entertain and educate children while allowing them to learn by themselves.

I knew there was only one person who could review it for me.

The Nine Year-old's View

Enter Rufus Cellan-Jones. He is nine, has far more experience of games consoles than computers, and has strong views on most matters.

"Looks fun," was his only comment when I handed over the small, green and white laptop, explaining that he was the only child in Britain to have one.
But very quickly he was up and running.

All I did was give him the security code for our home wireless network so he could take the XO online. The rest he figured out for himself, as he explains:

Lots of fun

"I just seemed to work it out. It was rather easy. I didn't even need help." Surprise, surprise, his first discovery was a game. "I found Block Party. It's like Tetris. I'm now up to Level 7."

I thought my young games fanatic might stick there but he moved on. "Then I discovered paint. You can use pencils, change the texture, use different sizes of brush."

Even better, there was an animation programme called Etoys.

"That's my favourite.You make things. You can see tutorials and demos. Then you can make a new project. I've made a crazy UFO which you can move."

But Rufus says it isn't just about play.

"I use the calculator - that can be rather useful for sums. You can even browse onto the internet. You can watch and learn stuff. You can write things and it can also remind you which is extremely useful."

What, I asked, does a nine year old need to remind himself about? "Christmas stuff," he said, with an air of mystery.

Social networking

But the real surprise came one evening, when Rufus asked me to explain what his friends were telling him on the laptop.

I thought those imaginary childhood friends from years back must have returned.

But I went and had a look - and it was true - he appeared to be chatting online.

So how had he managed that?

"You go on "neighbourhood", then you go to the chat thing.

You go on Nigeria and you chat to them."

But why, if he was online with the children at the Nigerian school I had visited, were they sending messages in Spanish?

I decided he must be linking up with one of the South American schools taking part in the OLPC project but we still aren't sure quite how that is happening.

Still, Rufus is widening his social circle. " I have three friends. It's nice to talk to them. They don't speak much English but I can understand them." The conversation is not exactly sparkling, but Rufus has learned to say "Hola".

Not a toy

So Rufus is using his laptop to write, paint, make music, explore the internet, and talk to children from other countries.

Because it looks rather like a simple plastic toy, I had thought it might suffer the same fate as the radio-controlled dinosaur or the roller-skates he got last Christmas - enjoyed for a day or two, then ignored.

Instead, it seems to provide enduring fascination.

I had returned from Nigeria not entirely convinced that the XO laptop was quite as wonderful an educational tool as its creators claimed.

I felt that a lot of effort would be needed by hard-pressed teachers before it became more than just a distracting toy for the children to mess around with in class.

But Rufus has changed my mind.

With no help from his Dad, he has learned far more about computers than he knew a couple of weeks ago, and the XO appears to be a more creative tool than the games consoles which occupy rather too much of his time.

The One Laptop Per Child project is struggling to convince developing countries providing computers for children is as important as giving them basic facilities like water or electricity.

Unusually, Rufus does not have an opinion about that controversy, but he does have a verdict on the laptop. "It's great," he says.

From the end users themselves, the XO laptop seems to be a smashing hit.

AMDs OLPC Core electronics:

* CPU: x86-compatible processor with 64KB each L1 I and D cache; at least 128KB L2 cache; AMD Geode LX-700@0.8W (datasheet);
* CPU clock speed: 433 Mhz;
* ISA compatibility: Support for both the MMX and 3DNow! x86 instruction-set extensions; Athlon instruction set (including MMX and 3DNow! Enhanced) with additional Geode-specific instructions;
* Companion chips: PCI and memory interface integrated with CPU; North Bridge: PCI and Memory Interface integrated with Geode CPU; AMD CS5536 South Bridge (datasheet);
* Graphics controller: Integrated with Geode CPU; unified memory architecture;
* Embedded controller: ENE KB3700 or ENE KB3700B;
* DRAM memory: 256 MiB dynamic RAM;
* Data rate: Dual — DDR333 — 166 Mhz;
* 1024KB SPI-interface flash ROM;
* Mass storage: 1024 MiB SLC NAND flash, high-speed flash controller;
* Drives: No rotating media;
* CAFE ASIC (Camera, Flash Enabler chip, provides high-performance Camera, NAND FLASH and SD interfaces); Marvell 88ALP01: (CAFE specification).

The OLPC hardware proves that AMD is light years ahead of all competition on the SOC(system-on-chip)

intel and its fanboys have nothing to compete with this energy saving, hi performance, completely owned market sector, future proof design AMD FUSION GEODE.

AMD with the OLPC and its supporters and end users are already changing the world in ways the miserably misinformed fanboys will never understand.

SUPPORT the OLPC and BUY AMD products and stock from a company that is helping to create world peace through technology.

BUY AMD hi performance, energy saving, low cost, world changing cpus, platforms, and video solutions.

Every Act of CHARITY is rewarded by GOD....Support the OLPC

8:20 AM, December 13, 2007  
Blogger Bubba said...

So now you are saying that buying something made by AMD is an act of charity?

I think I agree with that.

6:17 PM, December 13, 2007  
Blogger Louis said...

Shitcake wrote:
AMD are more technically advanced than Intel, I don't care what anyone says. AMD has kept technically moving forward, while Intel more or less follow AMD, or should I say Copy AMD!!

This is complete and utter horseshit. AMD are not more technically advanced. More accurately, they choose to implement more technically advanced designs in order to make up for their disadvantage in manufacturing capability. Intel can design the same types of technically advanced processor features (onboard memory controller, "true" quad-core, x64 extensions) however, Intel also need to answer the question: "can this design be manufactured at a profitable cost". Intel have shown they are very good at answering that question. AMD have not been able to show they can answer that question. So, yes, they may have technically superior designs from a purist, microprocessor design but that isn't what wins in the semiconductor business. If that were true, we would all be running RISC CPUs with orderly, orthogonal instruction sets instead, we are all running x86 based processors.

As one Intel executive pointed in this Inquirer post: Basically, it is the same old mess they are always in, as one person from a much bluer company said, it looks like their tocks are better than their ticks. Amen.

So great, AMD has more technically advanced designs, let's even say for the sake of being generous, they have better chip designers than Intel (they don't). The bottom line is, they can't produce enough of them when they have the advantage and they can't play catch-up when they are behind.

All this is pretty fucking bad news for AMD. They better do something before they run out of time. And unlike Sharidouche's predictions of an Intel bankruptcy, AMD's liklihood of bankruptcy looks like a very real possibility these days.

8:07 PM, December 13, 2007  
Blogger DrPizza said...

Oh dear.

http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=10030


SPEC Invalidates All "Barcelona" Benchmarks due to Availability

2:13 AM, December 14, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

yep, this blog is finished.

Cutting and pasting for the OLPC crap is permitted of course, because AMD has no other legs on which to stand.

Good going Sharikou, you've killed your own blog, and it's not just due to your stupidity!

Oneexpert will now have to find someplace else to troll and practice his cut and paste skills.

7:08 AM, December 14, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Anyone want more proof AMD is fucking nuts? or is just fucking its investors and the consumers?


IN THE SAME week AMD ate humble pie, its CEO, Hector Ruiz, got a pay rise.

According to an SEC filing, the board decided to increase his salary by 7.4 per cent to $1,124,000.


WHAT THE FUCK. This guy is driving AMD into the fucking dirt and he STILL gets a raise? What the holy fuck is up with companies that are shiting the bed and more importantly shitting on their investors giving the CEO more fucking money?

Oh I get it! he Hector, you've fucked up AMD! Here is some more cash! WOOT!

8:16 AM, December 14, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

cupcake stfu ...

"AMD has kept technically moving forward, while Intel more or less follow AMD, or should I say Copy AMD!!. AMD are like the master Guru to Intel and without them Intel would be lost.
"
the above statement shows that your IQ is < 60.
You forget to remember that Intel could h ave done what AMD did ... BUT for some wiered reason !!! they said .... we can do it ... BUT CAN WE MAKE MONEY doing it? at the time?

So the smart choice was to wait let AMD kill itself ... then bring the goods in.
Now I am not saying that Intel is not Satan ... I am sure that statement is true ... BUt you with your weak IQ show me one corp. that does not care about making money.
Money is the evil of all sins .. so YES Intel is a sinner ... BUT AMD did try to get the top job muchu sinner position and it failed.
As fat as technology ... AMD copied DEC ... so did Intel .. Companies with vision and true hard core designs ... for some reason they all die out ...

4:56 PM, December 14, 2007  
Blogger terry said...

people who nuys amd stuff usually use for good deeds..but

intel fanbois use em to watch, encode, distribute porns.

thats why this blog got infested with low morality intel fanbois

only knows spitting bad words, no manners. rude.

maybe they also doesn't goes to church on sunday bcoz busy watching porn.

9:51 AM, December 15, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Intel Tops Best Corporate Citizen List
Intel CSR Director Named to 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics List


SANTA CLARA, Calif., Dec. 12, 2007 – Intel Corporation is at the top of the Corporate Responsibility Officer (CRO) Magazine's Best Corporate Citizen list for technology hardware companies. Also, Dave Stangis, director of corporate responsibility, Intel, was named to Ethisphere Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics list.

"Corporate responsibility is in our DNA at Intel. It's how we conduct our business," said Dave Stangis, Intel director of corporate responsibility. "We are honored to be recognized by people that make a business of defining benchmarks in CSR. The fact that our values of respecting individuals, communities and the planet are recognized in this way is a testament to the good work of Intel employees worldwide."

"We saw this exercise as a valuable way to decipher companies' performance on things like governance and sustainability issues, especially when looking at how they did when measured against the companies they duke it out with in the marketplace," said CRO Editor-In-Chief Dennis Schaal. Intel shared first place on the list with Cisco. For more about the CRO list, visit www.thecro.com.

In addition, Dave Stangis – Intel CSR director for the past 8 years—was named as one of the most influential people in business ethics by Ethisphere Magazine, a global publication focused on the correlation between ethics and profit. A panel of ethics experts from major universities submitted nominations and ranked individuals who influenced ethical behavior in global business. The 100 most influential individuals were indexed against the following nine categories: business leadership, corporate culture, design and sustainability, government and regulatory, investment and research, legal and governance, media and whistleblowers, non-governmental organizations (NGO), and thought leadership, The complete list of the 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics is available online at http://ethisphere.com/influential/.

Intel's corporate citizenship is reflected in the design of its energy-efficient products, created not only to meet the needs of its customers, but also because they reduce its environmental footprint. At Intel, investing more than $100 million each year in education is a priority not only because it is the key to a better, more capable world, but also because the company recognizes that its future success depends upon informed consumers and an educated workforce. Each of these priorities is combined in one of its key corporate values: "to be an asset to our communities worldwide." Intel employees contribute thousands of volunteer hours each year through the Intel Involved program in support of local education. To learn more about Intel's CSR commitment, visit www.intel.com/go/responsibility.

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8:28 PM, December 15, 2007  
Blogger Chuckula said...

OK OK OK!!!

I've figured it out!

Just take everything Sharikou says, pass it through the Google translators in this order:
"English" -- Spanish -- English -- Japanese -- English -- Russian -- English

It all comes out making SO MUCH more sense!!

For example, here is his latest post:
Negroponte Nobel Peace Prize

This olpc, one of the greatest technological innovation in history. These students are happy to see Uruguay, a more efficient growth through amd64 (opteron server platform) and Linux, python to teach other languages coding.

Several reasons not to say insulting bread to give $ 200 instead of $ 200 laptop. Therefore, to spend the money to public schools for the money spent every child has enough food as a child with a person of death. Math If not, public schools spent 5000 dollars a child for one year, which is enough money to buy 5000 pounds of junk food to children to feed for 10 years.


Obviously Sharikou thinks we should all buy 5000 pounds of junk food for 10 years! BRILLIANT!

9:47 PM, December 15, 2007  
Blogger Chuckula said...

Even Better: CHINESE:

Negroponte receive Nobel peace prize

This olpc, one of the largest, technological innovation in history. These students are happy to see that Uruguay, a more efficient growth, adopted the amd64 (Opteron server platform) and Linux, Python teach other language coding.

Several reasons is not to say insulting bread to 200 yuan, rather than 200 yuan notebook. Therefore, we must spend money to public schools for the money spent every child has adequate food as a child of a person's death. Mathematical If not, public schools spent 5000 US dollars, for the children a year, this is not enough, and no money to buy 5,000 pounds of junk food to children, to feed to the 10.

9:49 PM, December 15, 2007  
Blogger Chuckula said...

And in honor of AMD's middle eastern "investors" I did Arabic:


Negroponte received the Nobel Peace Prize

This olpc, one of the largest, and technological innovation in history. These students are happy to see that Uruguay, and more efficient growth, and adopted amd64 (opteron Server Platform) and Linux, Python teaching language coding other.

Several reasons does not mean insulting bread to 200 yuan, rather than 200 yuan aide. Therefore, we must spend money to public schools to spend every child has adequate food as a child of the person's death. Athlete If the answer is negative, public schools spend 5000 dollars, for children in the year, and this is not enough, and not money for the purchase of 5000 pounds of refuse food to the children, to feed the 10.

9:52 PM, December 15, 2007  
Blogger Louis said...

Hey Douchebag...

Just thought you might like to read this article

What does Sharidouche think? I think you better start writing more about how AMD will own all Intel's fabs after their (frivolous) lawsuit happens because that is probably the only way AMD can avoid bankruptcy.

To cop a sports analogy: AMD are in "hail mary" time now. Unfortunately for them, they're about 5 touchdowns behind.

9:49 AM, December 17, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Just close the blog already Sharikou. Its done. Over. Dead.

6:47 PM, December 17, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

AMD's Ruiz didn't get a raise last week

INQ gets it wrong, shocka

By Paul Hales: Monday, 17 December 2007, 5:12 PM

AMD CHIEF, Hector de J Ruiz didn't get a raise last week, despite the fact we said he did.

The chip firm sent us a polite note asking us to clarify the position which we're happy to do.

The document we referred to in our original piece (here) amends and restates Ruiz's terms of employment but doesn't indicate he was given a raise.

The amended agreement is "meant to address IRS regulations," a spokesman told the INQ.

"Perhaps the confusion is caused by the fact that Hector received a raise earlier in the year [May 2006, in fact], but I can assure you," said the spokesman, "that Hector's compensation did not change and he is not receiving a raise."

Our apologies to AMD, to our commenter's, who had a field day after our original story appeared, and to Dr Ruiz who, no doubt, was happy to see he'd got a raise when he logged on to the INQ first thing in the morning, as we assume he normally does, only to get to the office to find we'd got it wrong.

Sorry Hector.

Just more FUD from the intel fanboys.

I have noticed that none of the intel fanboys have commented on the specs. of the OLPC AMD FUSION.

I have noticed no intel supporter has commented on the fact that in the last 3 weeks intel has lost about 6 BILLION dollars in value due there stock nose dive.
Some analysts believe intel will weather the upcoming rough economy better than AMD but I think AMD is leaner and has more expertise on getting by with less than behemoth intel.

The AGENA 9500 and 9600 are really great performance values as is the AMD FUSION GEODE in the XO laptop and the Raon Everun UMPC.

Huawei Advanced TCA Telecom Server Blade. It has a four dual core 55W Opterons in it, and is totally passive. Cooled that is. This is a huge deal, a stable and long term market for AMD, in addition to being potentially quite lucrative. It also has some profound implications about what Huawei is.

BUY AMD hi performance, energy saving, world changing, low cost, cpus, platforms, and video solutions.

12:29 AM, December 18, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

INTEL GAINING MORE MARKET SHARE FROM AMD:

Intel will grow next year Print E-mail
Written by Peter Scott
Tuesday, 18 December 2007 09:55

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AMD cowers

Intel is set to steal even more market share in 2008 thanks to AMD losing the plot this year.

Research firm Gartner said that Intel will increase its share of the growing global semiconductor chip market this year to 12.2 per cent. The market will grow by just under three per cent to US$270.3 billion and Intel will be the man beneficiary.

So far Intel has been growing on the back fo fast laptop chip sales. Other rivals such as Toshiba were expected to increase by 28 per cent but Texas Instruments, STMicroelectronics and Infineon were only going to slightly increase their revenue.

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2:45 AM, December 18, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

Just close the blog already Sharikou. Its done. Over. Dead.

Unfortunately, I'm beginning to believe that Sharikou is all for Intel. Look at how everyone turned on AMD because of what Sharikou says.

CORPORATE SLAVES!!!

12:41 PM, December 18, 2007  
Blogger Louis said...

@terry (the dumbass)
"people who nuys amd stuff usually use for good deeds..but

intel fanbois use em to watch, encode, distribute porns.

thats why this blog got infested with low morality intel fanbois

only knows spitting bad words, no manners. rude.

maybe they also doesn't goes to church on sunday bcoz busy watching porn."

And calling Intel supporters "fanbois who are busy watching porn" is not rude? Come again.

P.S. Use a fucking spell checker!

3:17 PM, December 19, 2007  
Blogger John said...

Do the math, if a public school spends $5000 on a kid a year, that is enough money to buy 5000 pounds of junk food to feed a kid for 10 years.

HA

6:46 AM, December 20, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

Intel's OLPC moves blighted by the old paranoia

Comment Stupid, destructive and all together wrong

intel STINKS AMD OK

By Charlie Demerjian: Friday, 04 January 2008, 11:11 AM



DEAR INTEL,

Please stop playing stupid power games with OLPC, you are only hurting those in need. It is borderline disgusting to see your little tantrums hurt those who can't defend themselves. Just shut up, put your heads down and do better.

Your quitting of OLPC in a huff is downright stupid. I have used both the Classmate and the OLPC, and from just about every way I view it, the OLPC is a clear winner. This is not to say that a lot of Intel engineers didn't do well with Classmate - and all of those I talk to believe in the mission - but you are slapping them in the face by using them as a weapon.

The OLPC project is not about raking in money or cut-throat competition, it is about getting those without connectivity an entry into the digital world. It is about empowering those without power. It is a non-profit for a reason. Didn't you get this?

By pushing the Classmate, you are doing everything that you should not do. You are dividing a market that needs no division and you look like childish, tantrum-throwing bullies. I know you are better than this, you demonstrate that every day in dozens of markets, so why not this one as well?

What it comes down to is that the OLPC is designed from the ground up to suit its purpose. Classmate is a castrated Windows box that barely gets out of its own way in the best of times. The grand total of its educational abilities can be summed up as: "Load some Windows software if there is any room left on the drive". The OLPC has a 'show source' button for a reason.

In the end, you are taking a knife into a gunfight. The OLPC is made for communications, you took a low-end laptop and removed features until it just about collapsed. Mesh networking? What XP SP is that in again? Classmate comes up woefully short unless you are a bean counter in a cube looking at a spec sheet with a western mindset. This is the wrong way to do things.

What you need to do is overcome your critics, both internal and external, by doing a better job for those in need. If you want to win markets, now and in the future, make a cheaper motherboard, or give it better networking features for the same price. In words I used earlier, shut up and do a better job. Stop being divisive and just do it.

In the end, if you continue on your current path, you will be known as the company that is more interested in marketing a half-baked box with all the cuddliness of a Vistagami tablet than helping people. AMD has the high ground here, and you only have yourselves to blame. Stop the stupidity and get back to work. µ

Greed is not a direction or a destination,
Greed is the opposite of charity,
Greed does not feed or empower,
glued up pentium 3s have no future, intel has no future except as a antique relic manufacturer.

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8:46 PM, January 04, 2008  

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