I'm a Senior at UW-Stevens Point, double majoring in Computer Information Systems and German.
In addition to usual collection of geek hobbies (overclocking, coding, gaming) I'm a paintball addict, enjoy hiking, camping, hunting, concerts and music.
I'm currently a network engineer for my university, previously I was a coder designing databases and web front ends for them.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
Not sure if life exists outside of our planet, or how we will discover it. I know if we do discover it, we will probably screw it up. It would be neat to transmit a beacon, maybe just a "Hello, World" kind of a thing. Keep it simple.
I run SETI@Home just for the heck of it - it's fun seeing what place I get in, and it's kind of a benchmark of sorts when I build a new computer or do a new overclock.