I've been using the [Boinc](http://boinc.berkeley.edu/) client to particpate in a number of grid computing projects for the last year. My involvemnt started off with the need to stress-test a system that was having hardware issues that we couldn't pin down accurately. I moved the client over to my workstation, and it's run there ever since, running in idle cycles mode, for the last 8 months or so.
So, the total site overhaul is nearly done. There are a few cosmetic issues to clear up regarding various cosmetic, and some accommodations that I need to make for folks with display resolutions at or below 1024x768.
Mostly, that pertains to the front page portal, since the rest of site generally degrades reasonably under a host of conditions.
This was posted by me as a response to a story on Macsimum News. In the interest of equal time, Dennis Sellers posted an article written by a reader ( "John") stating that network neutrality is a Marxist notion, and is therefore bad. Even aside from the fact that it's a pretty stupid position to try to argue, John is also just plain wrong. If anything, network neutrality is an infrastructure level policy that actively encourages greater choice, and is thereby in line with, and supportive of, the capitalist free-market ideology.