High School Mac Cluster projects, with a photo of a stack of Mac G3s
Building clusters of Macintosh computers and running them in parallel is becoming popular in 
high schools and even middle schools. To help such schools stay in touch with one another we 
are creating a web page for them. If your group has built such a cluster and would like to share 
information about it with others, please let us know. Beginning level parallel programs 
contributed by students would be especially welcome.

Eric Richey from Forest Lake Senior High School, Minnesota, describes what the Forest
Lake Area Technology Team (F.L.A.T.T.) has been up to.
James Hemsing from Los Alamos Middle School, New Mexico, describes his winning Science 
Fair project.
Paul Whannel from North Tama County Community Schools, Traer, Iowa, writes about his 
school's entry in the Adventures in Supercomputing Expo, sponsored by the 
U.S. Dept. of Energy

June 7, 1999

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