Easy-going computer sysadmin residing in the northern hemisphere of a small blue planet located near a yellow sun in the milky way-galaxy. Enjoys his computers, company of friends, a good moving picture or some music played preferably using electronic equipment.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
Well, I ran classic Seti@home for a good many hours. In total I've been a member here for a very long time, and my total amount of time on classic seti is well over one year of CPU time. This was completely done on rather low-end machines (my P233MMX I owned in late '99, a Mac G3 and lastly a Pentium 1Ghz).
I've always been interested in scifi and space, and I like the idea of my CPU cycles being used for finding something alien. I don't use it all, and it's always nice knowing my computers are crunching numbers while I sleep.
The only sad thing is that I've long since lost my password for my classic account and hence cannot claim that credit.