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Engineering a Beowulf-Style Compute Cluster By Robert G. Brown
eBook (PDF): $2.50
This is a lulu-based print version of the famous (or infamous) book that has delighted generations of newbie cluster computer geeks for oh, six or seven years now. If are interested in cluster... More > computing, but don't really know how it works or how to go about getting started, this is a good book for you. If you are an expert, you probably know a lot of it but still may find it funny and/or useful in places. Either way, it is available for free if you really can't afford to buy it, but by buying it you help me to write more and keep it up to date.< Less
Engineering a Beowulf-Style Compute Cluster By Robert G. Brown
Paperback: $17.06
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This is a lulu-based print version of the famous (or infamous) book that has delighted generations of newbie cluster computer geeks for oh, six or seven years now. If are interested in cluster... More > computing, but don't really know how it works or how to go about getting started, this is a good book for you. If you are an expert, you probably know a lot of it but still may find it funny and/or useful in places. Either way, it is available for free if you really can't afford to buy it, but by buying it you help me to write more and keep it up to date.< Less
Hot Tea! By Robert G. Brown
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Hot Tea! is a collection of poetry that warm the spirit on cold nights when the fear of the darkness sets in. The poems spangle the sky with stars, and the reader comes to understand that even the... More > smallest bit of light destroys all darkness forever. Leaves swirl, into Autumn streams fall. Old men drink from Withered hands. Hot tea!< Less
Who Shall Sing, When Man Is Gone By Robert G. Brown
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Misty evening wreathed in vines of Morning Glory opened wide, With all of nature trapped inside its blossom. Ranging from quiet images like this to epics inspired by the risk of nuclear... More > holocaust, this is poetry about old age, life, love, war, philosophy and quiet meditations. One of the oldest complete books of original poetry to have been offered on the web (first posted in the mid-90's), these poems have been read and loved by tens of thousands of viewers, and have been republished by people as far away as Australia.< Less
Who Shall Sing, When Man Is Gone By Robert G. Brown
eBook (PDF): $2.50
(2 Ratings)
Misty evening wreathed in vines of Morning Glory opened wide, With all of nature trapped inside its blossom. Ranging from quiet images like this to epics inspired by the risk of nuclear... More > holocaust, this is poetry about old age, life, love, war, philosophy and quiet meditations. One of the oldest complete books of original poetry to have been offered on the web (first posted in the mid-90's), these poems have been read and loved by tens of thousands of viewers, and have been republished by people as far away as Australia. Also available in paperback at 671809< Less
Who Shall Sing, When Man Is Gone By Robert G. Brown
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Misty evening wreathed in vines of Morning Glory opened wide, With all of nature trapped inside its blossom. Ranging from quiet images like this to epics inspired by the risk of nuclear... More > holocaust, this is poetry about old age, life, love, war, philosophy and quiet meditations. One of the oldest complete books of original poetry to have been offered on the web (first posted in the mid-90's), these poems have been read and loved by tens of thousands of viewers, and have been republished by people as far away as Australia. Also available in paperback at 671809< Less
Who Shall Sing, When Man Is Gone By Robert G. Brown
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Misty evening wreathed in vines of Morning Glory opened wide, With all of nature trapped inside its blossom. Ranging from quiet images like this to epics inspired by the risk of nuclear... More > holocaust, this is poetry about old age, life, love, war, philosophy and quiet meditations. One of the oldest complete books of original poetry to have been offered on the web (first posted in the mid-90's), these poems have been read and loved by tens of thousands of viewers, and have been republished by people as far away as Australia.< Less
Hot Tea! By Robert G. Brown
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Hot Tea! is a collection of poems that can warm the withered hands of the human soul when the cold winds blow. The poems in this are quite eclectic, embracing topics that range from modern politics... More > and the historical forces that shape our world (The Age of Kings is Over) through the absurd and amusing (Driving to Byzantium, Zen Wulf) to the philsophical and sublime (Planting Season, An Open Letter to Humankind, Hot Tea!). There are short poems - Zen Koans in a nearly traditional form - and longer poems that often also pose an interesting Zen question or seek to convey some useful philosophical insight. There are even some short essays intended to convey the thoughts of the poet outside of the strict frame of the poems they are associated with. Tea has often been praised by the thinkers of the ages as the perfect, healthful beverage. Hot Tea! is offered up as a perfect accompaniment to a cup of - hot tea!< Less
Hot Tea! By Robert G. Brown
Paperback: $7.95
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Hot Tea! is a collection of poetry that warm the spirit on cold nights when the fear of the darkness sets in. The poems spangle the sky with stars, and the reader comes to understand that even the... More > smallest bit of light destroys all darkness forever. Leaves swirl, into Autumn streams fall. Old men drink from Withered hands. Hot tea!< Less
Axioms By Robert G. Brown
eBook (PDF): $0.00
Axioms is "the last book on metaphysical philosophy you'll ever need to read". It uses the latest methods of bayesian analysis to prove that philosophy is bullshit. Instead of being the... More > end of all reason, this proves to be the proper beginning. It establishes once and for all that the most important free choice any human makes is their choice of what to believe, their axioms. Axioms are, in fact, the basis of all understanding, all knowing, but themselves cannot be known, only believed. The book connects these conclusions of western mathematical philosophy with the heart eastern philosophy in the form of Zen Buddhism, with axiomatic set theory, with Hume's skepticism, and more. It is written to be fun to read and accessible, even as it presents its core arguments fairly rigorously.< Less

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