Personal background
We are a group of tech nerds based in Portugal, Serbia and Russia that love to participate into all sorts of types of cloud computing projects to help and aim for a better world. From our web development studio own hardware we contribute completely free of charge with some CPU/GPU cycles into several SETI/BOINC/EDU/Science projects. Our team mostly prefers to contribute on these niches: Cancer research, other Health related research and Cosmos/UFO data processing projects.

Now a little bit of self promotion for our team :) The fun part of all is that we are not the typical conservative Geeks. We have a much liberal approach to life and from our studio we have developed a wide range of projects related with the adult/erotic niches. The most recent project is a Content Management System optimized for the web X classifieds niche.

On our available time and with our tool, we have developed just for fun, the first Escorts Mobile optimized Geo location WebAPP in the world (we believe its the first of its kind for this specific niche). Its Demo is located at (NSFW!! Be advised!). OnGoing development. Ping any members of our team (PM or email) if you need us to build something similar for you, all based in our new CMS product.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
Cancer research, other Health related researches and Cosmos/UFO data processing projects are the projects we believe will change the world. SETI@Home is of course included in these niches we love.

Let up all help together to meet the Aliens :) We certainly believe there are lifes outhere in the space ;)
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