A suggestion that could thrust Fold It further into the future then previously imaginable.

Case number:699969-995912
Topic:General
Opened by:DSYDR
Status:Open
Type:Suggestion
Opened on:Friday, September 13, 2013 - 23:13
Last modified:Saturday, September 14, 2013 - 18:34

To whom it may concern,

Hi there, my name is Geoff and I have a suggestion which I believe could benefit this amazing program/group/idea. I know a fair few people that spend a lot of time solving meaningless puzzles and playing meaningless games on facebook. Most of these people are intelligent and enjoy a challenge, but have become lazy with the facebook games that are available.

PLEASE consider making a facebook APP for Fold It. I just KNOW it would be massive, not only would it bring many MANY new users to this great community, but it would also mean all these people previously wasting their time with meaningless games will now be solving puzzles, to an amazing end!

Thank you very much for listening (reading), I hope you'll seriously consider my suggestion. I know it would benefit everyone.

Thanks,
Geoff.

(Fri, 09/13/2013 - 23:13  |  5 comments)


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Facebook is evil.

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Like !

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And I am referring to the "Facebook is evil." comment. No doubt there will be quite a few people who will try foldit that way, but I have absolutely no interest to mix a privacy violating NSA serving money making megalomaniacal company to infest our scientific endeavors.

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Ouch... Good point.

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And THAT'S what I'm talkin' about !

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