How can you possibly say that Leinies is the official beer of supercomputing after they were acquired by Miller, the paramilitary branch of Phillip Morris. Leinies is not what it used to be - spiritually or tastewise.
If Huber won't work for you, how about Red, White & Blue or Grainbelt? Maybe Andeker? Even Old Style (aka Dog Style) will work in a pinch. Wish I could email you a sixer, but that protocol has not been released yet.
Off topic, what they hell is going on with our little company here, Third? I was hoping for some press releases after the new year to take advantage of this January Effect. Any insights or guesses?
Suitable - please pick up the white courtesy telephone and give us an update.
(mysteriously around the same time Tera was founded) when they sold out to those executives from Pabst, who ran the place into the ground and sold off the Augsberger line to Stroh's. While the family is back in charge now, they're hardly in a position to take on a responsibility like Official Beer of Supercomputing. In any case, I saw Burton at the Blue Star a few weeks ago, and while I didn't go over to ask what beer he was drinking (or when they'll get four stable processors) I can tell you authoritatively that the Blue Star serves neither Huber nor Leinenkugel's.
Can anyone tell me what a 'test chip' is, regarding the development of the CMOS machine, and whether having one represents significant progress or not? Is this one of the first stages of the journey or the last?