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Rewards for Folding@Home.

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This is probably one of the best ideas.

 

Imagine if you just got a reward for Folding your 150th unit. You get a sweet Fold@Home (or Life with Playstation) T-shirt, and a cool trophy for your apartment. This is what the Home developers should add. This would give LWP/F@H more of a reason to go on. More of a reason to use. And your doing it for a great cause.

 

What do you think? I think its more than enough of a reason to leave my playstion folding for a day, aye?

 

Edit: Fixed grammatical errors.

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Re: Rewards for Folding@Home.

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Krall12 wrote:

This is probebly one of the best ideas.

 

Imagine if you just got a reward for Folding your 150th unit. You get a sweet Fold@Home (or Life with Playstation) T-shirt, and a cool trophy for your appartment. This is what the Home developers should add. This would give LWP/F@H more of a reason to go on. More of a reason to use. And your doing it for a great cause. This is deffenetly an essential.

 

What do you think? I think its more than enough of a reason to leave my playstion folding for a day, aye?


 

I really like this idea its an incentive help stanford university and get home stuff so your doing good and getting a reward i really like the idea of this hope its passed on bud kudos
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Re: Rewards for Folding@Home.

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Fold?

Fold what?


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he means life with playstation they renamed it was folding@home


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Life With Playstation/folding@home info: http://boardsus.playstation.com/playstation/board/message?board.id=psnetwork&thread.id=39668

Btw, good idea there Krall, that'd be a nice reward for finishing all those WUs.

Edit: I put an O instead of an E in home lol.
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Ahem...Helping with folding@home is a reward in itself....no recognition is needed
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Ahem...Helping with folding@home is a reward in itself....no recognition is needed
While that is true, his idea could get more people to help just for the reward. Granted, it's for the wrong reason, but it still helps in the end, so it could be a win. 

 

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Ryyan wrote:

GamerMoney wrote:
Ahem...Helping with folding@home is a reward in itself....no recognition is needed
While that is true, his idea could get more people to help just for the reward. Granted, it's for the wrong reason, but it still helps in the end, so it could be a win. 

 


Yes, I was going to say something about the fact that we should do it anyway, but this would just give that last ounce of encouragement.

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Yeah, this could go all of two ways, I mean this may be making people simply do this for the rewards, which intern may be bad on others who actually do it for the proper reasons, but then even if they did this for the reward, they would still be helping the cause

 

I guess this just falls into the concept of peoples morals

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