Humor: SETI Finally Finds Something

SETI@home the well known distributed processing client from UC Berkeley that when installs on volunteers’ computers is harnessing their processing power in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence has so far not come up with anything noteworthy…

…until today! One of the volunteers was able to track down his wife’s stolen laptop using the IP address that SETI@home client reports back to the server. After getting back the laptop his wife said, “I always knew that a geek would make a great husband…



Read the full story at News-JournalOnline.com



via: SlashDot

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