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Ted Nudget called; he wants his shirt back

I was at the SC conference in Phoenix, AZ, this entire past week. It was a good week -- lots of discussion, lots of collaboration, lots of setup for future work. We had an OSCAR meeting, we all pimped LAM/MPI heavily, and saw lots of old friends. As I said above, a good week.

I am now so spoiled by my Tivo that it's hard to watch live TV.

On the last night in Phoenix, Brian and I went to see the Matrix: Revolutions. It's not getting the greatest review and some people are openly bashing it. I certainly enjoyed it -- it was well worth seeing it in a theater. I don't think it was quite as good as the second one, but I still enjoyed it a lot. 17.5 minutes.


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