When I was the VP of the Temple ACM, Tim
Henry and I headed up an effort to get other
ACMers to participate in the
Folding@Home project. In short, this
project is a way to donate spare CPU cycles to scientists working on
computationally difficult problems.
A few weeks ago, I went to CPOSC and won a door
prize: a free Linode 512 for 3 months! I
recently received an email that furnished me with my account credentials
and details. I couldn't wait to play around, so I immediately dropped
what I was doing and ...