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"My credibility and reputation should be based on the accuracy of the information that I provide and the quality of the analysis, not the particular venue that I choose to publish at."
[This is hopelessly naive. If you write for a publication well-known for a strong bias, you can't possibly believe that you will not be affected by the perception of that bias. I won't read anything from his website because of his bias. And that includes anything of yours that appears there.]
I absolutely agree with Wallisweaver on this. There is some type of commercial arrangement (Marketing, PR, customer introductions, etc.) between TSMC/other foundries and Nenni. As such, everything on that site open and/or subtly promotes the foundries vis-a-vis Intel.
I don't know what induced you (Ashraf) to write for the website - fee, royalty, or a wider coverage - or a combination of these.
Whatever your compensation is, publishing on Nenni's website has and will cause a hit to your credibility. It is no different than an independent going on Fox constantly and claiming he is still an independent. Just an example, I'm sure it happens on Democratic-leaning media sites as well.
"Deciding to write for Nenni's website was a horribly unfortunate decision. People don't just disagree with Nenni, they despise him because of his lack of integrity, professionalism and character in the way he expresses his mindless Intel bias. As such, writing for his website is not just considered to be bad taste, it's considered to be a betrayal of trust. You should reconsider this decision. You can't write for his website without being impacted by people's opinion of him."