Profile: FutureMon

Personal background
Born and Raised in Southern California, I am a self-employed computer consultant who works for large corporations building 2 and 3 tier intranet and internet applications.

My hobbies include adding as many machines as I can to crunch data for Seti@Home (currently crunching on 13 machines!), playing multi-player internet games (but not much anymore because it takes too much CPU time away from Seti LOL!), riding my unicycle and staying up late to watch Toonami's DragonBall Z series (I can't get enough Japanese Anime).
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I can't remember exactly what caught my interest in the Seti@Home project, but I signed up only 10 days after the initial launch back in 1999. I am currently a proud member of TeamDSLR, sponsored by I also host a Team Cache of Seti@Home workunits for the members of the Team for when difficulties arise.

I am intrigued by the chance to actually find signals in radio telescope data, and when I ran the GUI I used to love to stare at the graphics going by wondering to myself "Ooh I wonder what that is!"

I believe we are not alone. The question is, regardless of whether we can actually find them or not, do they want to be found?

We shall see.
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