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I'm inside " AMD unprocessed"

Got an invite from Scott Carroll.

Well, on a personal note, I am glad to be part of AMD's unprocessed group. That way we can keep our readers informed of all the coolest things that AMD is about to bring out. Great thing is that we all get to pioneer the technology that AMD pushes forward. Nice.

What is AMD unprocessed? Quoting AMD:

This web portal is designed exclusively for bloggers, influencers, and the non-traditional media pioneer of the early 21st century. You wanted more access to information about the products and people behind AMD, and we're happy to help. Come in and join the conversation!
Here's the link.

Do you think you have a site which is influential enough to make a difference to the community; do ou think you are the blogger on the planet who firmly believes in pioneering the new tomorrow? (Remember what I keep saying : Swarm Intelligence, its the key to tomorrow. I can't do it all alone, you see ;)). Well then click here and submit your details.


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