I'm stuck in South Carolina, desperately trying to find work in creative / design, IT, or education fields (I have a soft spot for teaching media literacy and sex positive consent based sex-ed in particular). I'm struggling to find work that pays a living wage, treats me with at least a modicum of respect, and doesn't require me to significantly compromise my morals. Help?
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
1. I do SETI@home because I sure as heck hope there's something out there a whole lot more clever than us, and far less arrogant.
2. Good work. Keep it up.
3. If funding allows, being able to "cash in" points / credits towards cool nerdy computer, astronomy, SCI-FI, or science related stuff would be awesome. That sort of thing may also be helpful for gaining sponsorship / spreading word of mouth.