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  • Where the Roadrunner is the essence of smug superficiality, the Coyote is plucky, indefatigable, continuously willing to keep trying.

    Hello Whatever I Will Call It

  • Sadly, Roadrunner is the only cable service the area I live in is allowed, so they are perfectly free to suck.

    April 6th, 2009

  • Reaching back to a relationship forged when he ran Universal Music's Island Def Jam, Lyor Cohen has brought the hard-rock label Roadrunner into the Warner Music Group fold.

    Roadrunner Joins Warner

  • So when the group's label Roadrunner characterized its members as "Satanic, murderous drug dealers" and bilingual fans translated the violent lyrics ...

    Seattle Weekly | Complete Issue

  • A technical paper produced by Los Alamos to be presented in Germany indicates that the Roadrunner is capable of producing impressive results in computing problems the nation’s nuclear weapons stockpile stewardship program cares about most.

    On Past a Petaflop - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Hmm, somehow I recall Roadrunner / Coyote cartoons: “Roadrunner hot-roddicus supersonicus”. eric replied to comment from MrG

    No metazoan is an island - The Panda's Thumb

  • In Northern New Mexico at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, there is a superstar supercomputer, called Roadrunner, which has been the fastest on earth for three years running.

    Autotomous Penes & Endless War

  • But the top spot on a twice-yearly performance ranking of the 500 most powerful supercomputers, scheduled to be released Wednesday, is expected to go to a system called Roadrunner that uses chips called Cell to accelerate work that is shared with standard AMD x86 chips.

    Graphics Chips May Play Outside Games

  • As expected, an IBM system called Roadrunner at Los Alamos National Laboratory took the top position on the twice-yearly Top500 list, which is compiled by researchers based on performance tests.

    Supercomputer Ranking

  • The new $133 million supercomputer, called Roadrunner, will be used principally to solve classified military problems to ensure that the nation's stockpile of nuclear weapons will continue to work correctly as they age, but before it is placed in a classified environment, it will also be used to explore scientific problems like climate change.

    Beyond the Reach

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