Dattorro Laptop Supercomputer - Laptops stack from floor.
LaTeX and Wavelet texts prevent collapse of Oak table.
Most powerful 32 Laptops (on floor) were donated by
Ed Feng (from Sandia and Berkeley).
Dattorro Laptop Supercomputer - Most people do not
realize that an ordinary laptop, circa 2000, is equivalent to a
multimillion dollar Cray supercomputer circa 1990.
Because, while capable of billions of operations per second,
a laptop typically lumbers under bloatware passed on
by several generations of extraordinarily lazy programmers.
Custom code, for my Laptop Supercomputer, circumvents
commercial annoyware, sludgeware, and bloatware.
Dattorro Laptop Supercomputer - Rack on right now has 8 levels.
A 64-port Switch is under the table near window. 64 laptops were required to remove 100,000 columns,
from a matrix having a quarter million columns, by convex cone theory;
a calculation that occupied this entire machine for 2 weeks
would have taken 2.5 years using only one laptop.