Profile: m.mitch

Personal background
**** Team Recruitment Officer for BOINC@AUSTRALIA ****

I'm Australian, I started my working life as a programmer and now I'm a Business Analyst, I prefer working with people more than machines. I like this type of work a lot.

I drove Rally Cars for 12 years. I've been an avid Scuba Diver since 1977. My main diving interest is "Deep Wreck Penetration" (high risk without training and experience) although, I could still suit up, get in the bath and have a great time.

I love my diving. I've been involved with First Aid since I was a kid. Most of my active First Aid has had little to do with either of the above. Mostly I work on people who are intent on doing themselves harm with cars.

Recently, I've become involved with Community Television (see picture above). It feels like I've been doing it for years. People in the Entertainment Industry are usually very easy to get along with. I work a camera (camera "D", they don't all have numbers;-) at the studio's of Southern TV - Executive Producer: Steven Bettles and Director: Dale Robinson (I'll get into trouble if I don't do the credits |-).

Oh and I've been interested in Astronomy as a hobby since the age of 10.

Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
1. Why do I run SETI@home?

I like my PC's running at 100% for extended periods. Interested in "Distributed Computing" and Astronomy.
2. What are my views about the project?

The connectivity is looking better
3. Any suggestions?

Anyone doing any work with tachyons?
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