In article <1993Mar18.133814.77722 at embl-heidelberg.de> omond at embl-heidelberg.de (Roy Omond) writes:
>In article <33147 at castle.ed.ac.uk>, sss at castle.ed.ac.uk (S S Sturrock) writes:
#> updates. This from a machine that costs *FAR* less than the MasPar. Sure,
#Presume you meant the CM-200 !
Just checking you were paying attention :-)
#> cell updates for proteins and 285 million for nucleic acid (4K PEs) scaling
#> perfectly across all maspar machines (1-16K PEs). Ah the power of mips V
#Hear hear, Shane !
Thankyou, thankyou, luvvies, smarm (read in best Sir Dickie A. tone of voice)
#Just a small nitpick. For most of the world, that should be :
# Blitz at EMBL-Heidelberg.DE
#(*sigh*... ze British !)
Ah but we drive on the left remember :-)
#Real soon now :-) Problem was/is manpower within EMBL; Peter Rice has
#agreed to help out with the DNA stuff.
Goodoh, got some pretty exciting things up my sleeve for this baby.
#Re Civilisation: Agreed !!!
Shane Sturrock, Biocomputing Research Unit, Darwin Building, Mayfield Road,
University of Edinburgh, Scotland, Commonwealth of Independent Kingdoms. :-)
Civilisation is a Haggis Supper with salt and sauce and a bottle of Irn Bru.