A few good shills wanted to constantly post highly negative flotsam and jetsam to the Intel Message Board.
No expertise required.
Wet blanket personality preferred.
The ability to consistently whine, moan and complain without actually saying anything is preferred.
You must have in your possession a computer not older than 12 years and know how to turn it on.
The ability to type in coherent sentences is not required and not preferred.
The ability to create new snappy user IDs on a daily or hourly basis is preferred.
The ability to type in repetitive CAPS is preferred.
Your own 4 foot by 4 foot cubicle.
Ten cents a post. The same phrase cannot be repeated more than 12 times in any given day or more than 500 times in any given three month period.
The chance to work with other former professionals from the pizza delivery trade.
To apply just reply to any of the existing shills on the board. They are easy to spot. If you have trouble just use the code phrase: "I'm a disgruntled former Intel employee, psychologically incapable of moving on..."
Intel has lost its edge. There used to be a time when Intel would make an announcement and major allignments in the industry would change in direct consequence. Today, its mostly yawns. The reason for this has been a string of recent tall claims that have not been backed up with products that met those claims. As a result, while Intel is still making major claims about its mobile aspirations, the industry for the most part recognizes these as aspirations and also realizes that Intel is not in a position to dictate to its customers in mobile. Intel is used to doing this from its PC heydays. This is one reason for the series of missteps that have sullied its reputation as a company that delivers. If you go inside, you find that the problems with Intel have become systemic. It doesn't have the nimble decision making ability in a dynamic business environment that some of its smaller and smarter competitors such as ARM do. As an example look at the CEO change that has just happened and is in the process of happening at both these companies. From an investor's standpoint, Intel appears much like it appears to other players in the industry -- someone that has lost their reputation for quality.