Stanford Hospital nearly killed me:
I received cyberknife surgery from them. A few months later, I was in severe pain, not understanding what was wrong. Over the phone, they prescribed me decadron, without addressing the great pain I was in.
That medicine, coupled with severe pain, almost killed me. I have lost all respect for them.
First there was Peter Jackson vs New Line Cinema. Then there was HarperCollins Publishers Ltd. and JRR Tolkien Estate vs New Line Cinema.
No doubt there will be a few more lawsuits before they start producing the film adaptation of Tolkien's "The Silmarillion" (in at least two parts, of course).
Some look at ice core samples. Others count sunspots. This suggests that we will have "lower than average global temperatures". Call me a heretic, but I think that we get better data from counting sun spots.
You know, it really seems relevant, because it's parallel computing. It's interesting how you describe it as "combining thread pools with queues of closures". Kudos to you. Unfortunately, my score was (1) and your score was (2) so now this part of the thread is buried so deep down that nobody will ever read it.