I thought this was a pretty interesting read about the CISC and RISC processors. Its quite geeky, and I was fortunate to understand about every other word, but its written well and that helped.<br><br>It has a bit of slant toward RISC because the guy is involved in making RISC processors, but it seems like he describes good reasons why. If what he says is even half true, Intel is going to be in some trouble in the next few years, probably from IBM in the server market and hopefully Apple/IBM in desktops (especially portables), although the latter is a bit less likely unless Linux makes a bigger move in consumer use.<br><br>
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