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June 17th, 1999

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Team Mac Observer Passes 20 Members With 115 Units Analyzed For SETI@home!
Team Mac Observer has grown to 21 members, including our latest member named Indigenous who has a VERY fast Mac (let us know what kind of machine you have Indigenous) indeed! At this rate, Team Mac Observer will be amongst the top 100 teams in the Club category (the largest and most aggressive category) by early next week. We need you to join Team Mac Observer ASAP!

The SETI@home project is put together by researchers at UC Berkley to tap into unused processor power around the world to process data from the world's largest radio telescope. When you sign up, your computer will process data chunks sent out by the researchers, a process that can easily take upwards of 20 hours for an average Mac. This processing only takes place when your computer is not being used by you, so it does not interfere with your work or play.

The Mac Observer has started our own team and we need you to join! We have all the instructions (it's easy) on our SETI@home page. Come on and join our team!

Thanks to the 11 members who have already signed up!

Team Mac Observer



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