The Stone SouperComputer - In the News!

(_)Newspapers, Magazines, and World Wide Web Pages

Analytical Horsepower
from Knoxville News Sentinel
by Frank Munger (21 October 2002)

Der Selbst Gebastelte Supercomputer
from Spektrum der Wissenschaft
by William W. Hargrove, Forrest M. Hoffman, and Thomas Sterling (March 2002)

The Do-It-Yourself Supercomputer
from Scientific American (Vol. 265, No. 2, pp. 72-79)
by William W. Hargrove, Forrest M. Hoffman, and Thomas Sterling (August 2001)

Can You Imagine a Beowulf Cluster of These?
from Slashdot - News for Nerds. Stuff that matters (14 July 2001)

High Performance Computing
An Introduction to Parallel Programming With Beowulf

from Open Source Developers Journal
by Forrest M. Hoffman and William W. Hargrove (Winter 2000)

Supercomputers on the cheap
from CNN
by Rick Cook (13 April 2000)

Fast and Cheap
Building supercomputers with off-the-shelf hardware

from Linux World
by Rick Cook (April 2000)

Stone cold cheap supercomputing
from The Chicago Tribune
by Jason Compton (24 March 2000)

Science Update: Stone SouperComputer
from Science Update/Why Is It? radio program
by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
To listen to RealAudio program, click here (18 February 2000)

Parallel Computing With Linux
or Computación Paralela con Linux
from Crossroads
by Forrest M. Hoffman and William W. Hargrove (Fall 1999)

Beowulf Computing Method Makes Business Inroads
from CNET
by Stephen Shankland (5 August 1999)

Cluster Computing: Linux Taken to the Extreme
from Linux Magazine
by Forrest M. Hoffman and William W. Hargrove (Spring 1999)

Ready for the breakthrough: The state of Linux clustering
from Linux World
by Cameron Laird (26 February 1999)

Supercomputers: Plug and Play
from The Economist (21 November 1998)

The No Cost Super Computer
from Slashdot - News for Nerds. Stuff that matters (21 August 1998)

Cheap super-computing
from LINUXstuff in Monitor Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 11
by David F. Skoll (June 1998)

Making Soup from Stones
from Troubleshooting Professional, Volume 2, Issue 5 (May 1998)

Computing--New "Super" Life for Old Computers
from DOE Pulse, Number 2 (20 April 1998)

Stone Soup computer
from MediaMente, Dalla TV Alla Rete (8 April 1998)

Supercomputers ala McGuyver
from R&D Magazine (April 1998)

Piles of PCs
from American Scientist, Vol. 86, No. 2,
by Mike May (March-April 1998)

HPC: It Takes a Village -- ORNL Community Donations Enable Beowulf Cluster
from High Performance Computing and Communications Week, Vol. 7, No. 8,
by Kevin M. Baerson (23 February 1998)

ORNL builds `Soupercomputer'
from The Daily Beacon, student newspaper of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
by Doug Dyer (5 February 1998)

Telephone interview with John Leahy
on Halifax, Nova Scotia's News Talk Radio 920 CJCH program
Computer Talk On Line (31 January 1998)

A real cheap supercomputer
from Science and You, the Chinese C-Science WWW Site (22 January 1998)
English translation available here

Telephone interview with Mary Lou Finlay
on Canadian Broadcasting Company's Radio One program
As It Happens (22 January 1998)

Poor man's Supercomputer
from ComputerWorld magazine (19 January 1998, Vol. 32, No. 3, p. 118)

Good News...A supercomputer made from obsolete PCs
from New Scientist magazine (17 January 1998)

Souped-up PCs: ORNL scientists turn 486s into supercomputers
from The Knoxville News-Sentinel, by Frank Munger (5 January 1998)

Supercomputers: Faster, Better ... Free?
from inScight, a publication of Science magazine and Academic Press (24 December 1997)

COMPUTING -- New "Super"-Life for Old Computers
from ORNL Story Tips, by Ron Walli (December 1997)

A Poor Man's Supercomputer
from Ridgelines, by Bill Cabage (15 October 1997)

Listed on IEEE Computer Society's
ParaScope - A Listing of Parallel Computing Sites (2 October 1997)

(_)Books and Textbooks

Scalable Parallel Computing: Technology, Architecture, Programming
Published by McGraw-Hill, 1998, ISBN 0-07-031798-4
By Kai Hwang and Zhiwei Xu

Introduction to Unix for Engineers and Scientists
Published by Prentice-Hall, 1998
By David I. Schwartz

How to Build a Beowulf
Published by MIT Press, 1999
By Thomas Sterling, et al.

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