Aliens No More This month it was announced that SETI@home, perhaps the most famous volunteer mass computing project, is going into hibernation on the 31st of March. SETI@home was one of those rare projects that brought massively distributed computing into the public view. It launched BOINC (pronounced “boink”) at UC Berkeley, and contributed enormously towards
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