Started with seti@home in 1999 and after a short gap, am now running it on my Laptop.
Have a blog www.georgeemsden.co.uk
Now retired as a financial adviser, I work with the terminally ill - www.cancerifa.com
Now have 6 laptops running SETI@home and am studying for a B Sc Maths & Physics degree with The Open University
Run SETI@home as I am one of those old fashioned people who believes that life really is out here somewhere.
Planets seem to be 19 to the dozen now which is a step in the right direction. Apart from looking for non-natural radio signals, we ought to be looking for water vapour &/or Chlorophyll in planetary atmospheres.....
I am also interested in VLF radio astronomy. Contact me if you share this interest.