Frankly, I think I have posted this one before, but I’m glad to post it again. folding@home is something I’ve talked about before, but I really do think it would be great if we could get more people to join the project. Watch the video below to learn what it is all about.
If you’re interested, joining is easy. Just visit folding.stanford.edu and click the “Download” or “Start Folding” buttons. Download, install, enjoy. 🙂 If you have questions about joining the stats ranking programs (fun, competitive point-tracking systems), feel free to leave a comment below, and I’ll go in to more detail!
Major Nelson has officially unveiled and unboxed an Xbox One console. Enjoy the experience. Can you feel launch day getting closer and closer?
In the past, I’ve wondered if years of playing video games have improved my reaction time and lessened my panic-response when in a nasty situation on the highway. But the hilarious team at Rooster Teeth wanted to put this to the test, in a way only their minds could come up with. Enjoy. It’s worth it.
Random update in 2016: I saw this headline, had to share the link: Playing Action Video Games Might Make You a Better Driver, according to a study run by Li Li, a Hong Kong psychologist in charge of Hong Kong University’s Perception and Action Lab.