I hope this won't become a regular occurrence, but my house, if I remember correctly, is something like 120 years old. I know it's well more than a hundred years old. I firmly believe that it was wired for electricity before they realized that electricity could do useful things. Anyway, with the heat wave the area is experiencing, combined with the fact that the wiring could withstand no more than a single small piddly air conditioner, I have turned Seti@home off. Well, mostly off. It runs a bit in the night usually, but not much.
Honestly, I could withstand more heat, but the computer runs hot anyway, and the dog is not doing well. Fur sounds like a great idea in the winter, but it's probably torture in weather like this. I've been running Seti@home for years, but it's not worth a dog's life.
Anyway, I've been reading, doing a little writing, but mostly reading. I finished A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin, and I'm working on a book I got from the library - The Midnight Disease. Very interesting reading. I've got the next three books in the A Song of Fire and Ice series, so I'll keep busy for a while.