NetBurst is not *quite* dead yet. Intel still makes and sells NetBurst-based Xeon MP "Tulsa" and "Dempsey" 7000/7100 chips as the P6/Core-based Tigerton has yet to officially ship. When Tigerton ships, then Intel will be done for good with NetBurst. Xeon MPs are a tiny bit of their product lineup, but it still exists and it shouldn't be overlooked.
And to DragonSprayer, I'm typing from a 5-year-old Mobile Pentium 4-M (2.20 GHz/400 FSB) unit, which is a darn sight older than your 3.0C. Slower, too
It was made in 2002 and its line was the only NetBurst processor that was really designed to be put in most kinds of notebooks, as well as having the distinction of being the lowest-TDP NetBurst chips made. The Mobile P4-M also represented the last time in four years that Intel would run the same micro-architecture across all of its common product lines- server, desktop, and mobile.