I'm a student (Math / Biology) and will become a teacher (comparable to highschool teacher) in the next few years. I'm interested in programming simple programs, reading, computer games and science in general.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I got to Seti@home after watching Carl Sagan's Cosmos documentary and googling SETI.
And since I thought, right now I'm doing an awful lot of writing on the computer and since it's already running and not using most of it's assets, let's have it do something useful. Funny enough, even most computergames don't require that much processing power (I don't use the GPU for Boinc), so I can even run Boinc while playing.