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    Submitted by Robert Henkel; posted on Friday, August 23, 2002

    For a long time I was looking to create a system that used many computers to process data. At this time I would like to focus the first part of the design in gathering the data and then at a later time adding the function of having many cpu's crunch numbers. I am thinking about using a client side program for data input and a relational database to store the data. I am a software developer so I need someone elses brain for the bio side of things. Granted I want to learn what I can but can't dedicate my life to learn the bio side as well as a bio geek. Anyone willing to give there bio mind to me can have my developer mind to create a project.
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