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I’m Chris Fouts and This Is How I Mesh

I guess you could say I’ve been working towards a career at Pointwise, Inc. since 1978. That’s when, growing up in the outskirts of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, I learned to program using my first computer, a TRS-80 Model 1 with … Continue reading

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My SGI Boneyard

I have a special place in my heart for Silicon Graphics.   Gridgen was originally developed for a VAX but shortly thereafter it was the first program ported to the first SGI workstation (a model 2400) purchased at General Dynamics Fort … Continue reading

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Today is James Clark’s birthday

Today is a daily double for CFD-related birthdays. First, Pierre-Simon Laplace and now James Clark. James H. Clark was born 23 March 1944 in Plainview, Texas. If his name is still not familiar to you, maybe you know the name … Continue reading

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