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Bill Calder is the founding editor of Intel Free Press. Prior to joining Intel in 1994, he served as press secretary to Sen. Mark Hatfield in Washington, D.C., and before that he served as a regional correspondent for The Oregonian and a freelancer for the Eugene Register-Guard. Follow Bill on Twitter @billcalder.
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