+This has two names, because ... well, I can't quite remember :-)
+It's rather on the messy side, I'll tidy it up at some point.
+The existence of this readme is a step in the right direction :-)
+This is mostly a learning exercise for me.
+ - use of anonymous unions and NAN for efficient storage of the
+ mandel_X.dat files (depite the fact that they are rather large still...)
+ This was my original 'cool idea' / excuse for starting this.
+ - use of mmap in a 64 bit address space for basically *doing anything*.
+ - use of pthreads to utilise multi-core processors
+And of course, the key thing:
+ - using a computer for it's intended purpose: computing, taking all the
+ resources it possibly can in the process :-)
+ - distributed parallelism
+ - not only incremental in terms of iterations, but also incremental in
+ spatial resolution (which will probably require a change in the file
+ format, or something like a group of 4 mandel_X.dats which are
+ postprocessed to create a mandel_(X+1).dat, by storing an offset
+ of zero or 2^-(X+1) in each of the real and imaginary axes...
+ - an actual command line interface, with options and everything