"Transmeta, the company formerly known as super-secretive, has
finally taken the wraps off its Crusoe processor. Stung by the
underwhelmed reaction of press and industry analysts to the Crusoe
and its revolutionary "code-morphing" technology, Transmeta has
granted me an exclusive interview with Mr. X. Mr. X is a public
relations specialist working with Transmeta's Research &
"dinotrac: We all love her, Mr. X. Now tell me about this
ViTransMetavegemin of yours."
"X: Well, this one's just a prototype, but it demonstrates the
next logical step in our code-morphing technology. To be hones, we
weren't going to show it to the press, but the Crusoe announcement
didn't generate nearly the excitement that it should have. It seems
that relatively few people could see the real implications of our
technology. Once we realized that you can't expect an analyst to
put two and two together without a spreadsheet, we decided to make
our future direction public."
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