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    January 14, 2010

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    I like the concept of "computing on behalf (of)". In HPC, though, I'd be happy to see any evolution from where we are today. It doesn't have to be a WIMP interface, but the CLI with no cognitive support for its users and a wrenching shift for new users is a barrier we need not suffer any longer.

    Barbara

    Nicely said Dan. Your style of writing makes reading about technical topics more interesting.

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