This is splorp.

ISSN 1496-3221


July 25, 2000


Ars Technica previews the Seti@Home 3.0 beta client, which brings with it even more geeky data crunchiness to help satisfy our ingrained human need to find some alien… something. Any piece of software outside of Photoshop that does cool stuff like “pulse and triplet searches”, “gaussian signal fitting”, and the ever popular “fast fourier tranformation routines” can live without fear of deletion from my hard drive. Plus, the screen saver makes it look like my Windows box is actually doing something in between complete system failures.

This item was posted by Grant Hutchinson.


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