They released two albums, Wilson Phillips and Shadows and Light, which between them sold 12 million copies. 1 singles and six top 20 hits in the United States before disbanding in 1993.
Carnie & Wendy Wilson continued to record together, releasing the Christmas album Hey Santa! They joined with their father for a critically successful (yet commercially unsuccessful) 1997 album, The Wilsons.
The album featured a remake of the Olivia Di Nucci-penned Samantha Mumba ballad "Don't Need You To (Tell Me I'm Pretty)," retitled "I Don't Need You To," as its first single.
However, the single failed to gain interest and the album was ultimately shelved when Carnie regrouped with Wendy and Chynna as Wilson Phillips in 2004.
She also sang "Our Time Has Come" with James Ingram for the 1997 animated film Cats Don't Dance.
The computational model of applications to be scheduled on Grid can be sequential, embarrassingly or plesantly parallel (task farming), and parallel in nature.
The previous version of Nimrod/G supported deadline based scheduling by keeping the cost of computation as low as possible.
The latest version supports both deadline(soft realtime) and budget (computational economy) constraits in scheduling and at the same time it can optimise execution time or budget expenses.
Pontus and his childhood friends Stefan Narancic and team rider Jakke Ovgren are responsible for the Poalr Skate Co.s unique graphics.
They range from drawings by Ponuts dad that belong in a childrens book, to humorous illustrations that rival World Industrys decks in the 90s, to purist, absolutely Scandinavian designs that would please any modern art connoisseur. rejects boring logo boards in multiple colorways and considers every deck in their series as being one-of-a-kind.