From: Nick Maclaren on 4 Oct 2006 05:37
In article <4522f53b$1(a)darkstar>, eugene(a)cse.ucsc.edu (Eugene Miya) writes:
Er, Gene, could you get a couple of night's sleep and then repost?
I haven't a clue what you are on about, but most of it didn't make
a lot of sense in the context of the thread.
From: Eugene Miya on 4 Oct 2006 12:19
In article <efvvcs$shh$1(a)gemini.csx.cam.ac.uk>,
Nick Maclaren <nmm1(a)cus.cam.ac.uk> wrote:
>Er, Gene, could you get a couple of night's sleep and then repost?
>I haven't a clue what you are on about, but most of it didn't make
>a lot of sense in the context of the thread.
Gee Nick, I was thinking the same for you when you brought up the Crusade.
From: prep on 4 Oct 2006 12:42
eugene(a)cse.ucsc.edu (Eugene Miya) writes:
> I saved a DAP for the CHM, and I used the BBN and I think I have
> succeeded to locating one surviving representative sitting out in a
> field near Denver.
It would be nice to think you are joking, but having done that stuff
myself... Like getting a DEC 630(?) display out of a `off to the tip'
Do you know of a working 7 track tape drive? We have some data from
Apollo 12, and it MAY be 7 track.
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From: Terje Mathisen on 4 Oct 2006 14:09
> How does the Itanium compare in terms of SpecInts PER GHz?
Spec/GHz is very nearly totally meaningless.
Why do you care?
"almost all programming can be viewed as an exercise in caching"
From: Nick Maclaren on 4 Oct 2006 14:44
In article <l0adv3-ttm.ln1(a)osl016lin.hda.hydro.com>,
Terje Mathisen <terje.mathisen(a)hda.hydro.com> writes:
|> ranjit_mathews(a)yahoo.com wrote:
|> > How does the Itanium compare in terms of SpecInts PER GHz?
|> Spec/GHz is very nearly totally meaningless.
Well, he could have asked for SpecInt/GB :-)