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Barbud [USA]
 
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2007-05-17 18:07:03

One of the long-standing traditions of distributed computing projects is the formation of teams.
Not just a tradition, a little healthy competition encourages active participation, to the general gain of the project.

Team USA was created to show we have American pride and that good ol' American know-how is still a reality.
If you're a patriotic American, this is the team to join.
If you're not an American at all, you're still welcome.
This has always been a country with open arms.

USA

USA on BoincStats

Bring out the old or newest computer. Heck we even have a few PS3's running.
As you can tell by the stats we are into all of the projects. We even Alpha/Beta test Boinc projects that are not even listed by BoincStats yet.

Barbud [USA]
 
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2007-06-05 23:55:26

USA USA USA

Barbud [USA]
 
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2007-06-08 13:47:32

Join USA.
Our website USA Forum


Krunchin-Keith [USA]
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2007-07-01 16:15:36

America's Independence Day - Fourth of July.

In the United States, Independence Day (commonly known as "the Fourth of July", "July 4th" or "America Day&quot is a federal holiday celebrating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from Great Britain.

Independence Day is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, beer, picnics, baseball games, and various other public and private events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the United States. Fireworks have been associated with the Fourth of July since 1777.

read more about it in the wiki which explains history, interesting facts and how we celebrate this day.

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One of the long-standing traditions of distributed computing projects is the formation of teams.

Not just a tradition, a little healthy competition encourages active participation, to the general gain of the project.

Team USA was created to show we have American pride and that good ol' American know-how is still a reality.
If you're a patriotic American, this is the team to join.
If you're not an American at all, you're still welcome.
This has always been a country with open arms.

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Krunchin-Keith
Kaptain team USA
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2007-07-18 15:04:55


Your computer is capable of more than surfing the internet, playing solitaire or email. . .





BOINC Team - USA




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