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I think some people thought Kevin's post had to be an April Fool joke
because Intel is thought of as way too big _and sophisticated_
a company to consider getting rid of all its tech writers for the
purpose of cost reduction.
In fact, I contacted someone who's a tech writer for Intel yesterday
after seeing that message, and he said Kevin must be talking about
only one division of Intel.
The person I heard from at Intel says his Chandler, AZ tech
publications dept. is alive, well and NOT going anywhere!
Sr. tech writer
bkane -at- artisoft -dot- com