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5.0 Misc

Want to help spread the TD word?

Good ways to start

Post to our recruitment threads:

World Community Grid Team Discovery Recruitment Thread


The Rothberg Institute's TSC Team Discovery Recruitment Thread

It's a great way to show those outside of BBR why Team Discovery here is an awesome family to be part of!

PS: Your login is separate for the forums than from your devices at TSC and the same login at WCG, so if it's your 1st time, you'll need to register :)

•Do we have Team Discovery in our "sigs" here onsite?
•Do we tell folks about what we do?
•Did we find us on a search engine?
• Did we see the store on CafePress?
•Did we join/contribute to TDPH & have a voice regarding our teams Hope Machine?
•Do you link back to us from your blog or other websites?
•Did the "spinner" appeal to us?
•Did we find us from a DC forum like Grid or Rothenberg?
•Have we fed the monkey lately? ;)

Knowing where our potential new user base is coming from helps us target our goals more on seeking new recruits

Of course we can't posture outside of this forum @ BBR, but we can link in our sigs, etc.

To link Project Hope in your sigs, go here:

And cut & paste (in the Posting .sig area):

 <b><A HREF="http://www.tdprojecthope.com/"> ~ Project Hope ~ </b>

or for Team Discovery:

<b><A HREF="/forum/disco">Team Discovery</A></b>

Linking back to us is a good thing..

Even in other forums outside of BBR you may frequent

More examples: »Re: Signatures & the like
»Re: Signatures & the like

*also a good reminder for those that may already have signatures (or bookmarks) that go to the old URL


»Site FAQ »Broadbandreports.com vs dslreports.com

Now click your heels together 3x and repeat:

There's no place like Team Discovery
There's no place like Team Discovery
There's no place like Team Discovery

Click for full size

Signatures work, people..get one today!!

by lilhurricane See Profile

A: Dersgniw See Profile types several letters together to form words, sometimes sentences to communicate thoughts, milestones, jokes and other various comments.

Occasionally, there are numbers involved and smilies as well.

Once these letters have been properly arranged, the mouse is then used to move the pointer over to the "Post Now!" button and it is then left clicked.

After clicking, a post will appear.

DO NOT BE ALARMED. This is supposed to happen.

Sometimes other members answer or reply to Dersgniw See Profile's posts using the same method.

So the mystery of WHY is now solved. Along with the HOW.

As submitted by LurLyn831

by lilhurricane See Profile

This will be edited & updated as information changes
This information has been provided by each & every host - as reported to the TDPH Board


Mojo 3 - ASRock K7VM3 mobo/AMD 2600+/1 GB RAM/1 40G Western Digital HDD/1 Antec 350 PSU

Mojo 22 - PCChips M811 ver 3.1 mobo /AMD Athlon 2700+/1 GB RAM/1 Fujitsu 13G HDD/ 1 Radeon 7000 video card/1 Thermaltake 430 PSU

Mojo 33 - Dell Inspiron 530/Intel Core 2 Quad Processor Q6600/3GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 800MHz/ 500GB Serial ATA Hard Drive


Mojo 32 - Dell Inspiron 530/Intel Core 2 Quad Processor Q6600/3GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 800MHz/ 500GB Serial ATA Hard Drive


Mojo 27 - Asus A7V400-MX mobo/AMD XP (2.07 GHz)/ 512MB RAM/1 60G Western Digital HDD/Thermaltake 430 PSU

Mojo 28 - Asus A7V400-MX mobo/AMD XP (2.07 GHz)/ 512MB RAM/1 15G Quantam Fireball HDD/Antec 500 PSU

Mojo 16 - MSI mobo/ AMD 2600+/512 RAM/10G Maxtor HDD/AGP Video card/Thermaltake 500 PSU


Mojo 21 - MSI K7N2 Delta 2/AMD 2200+/512 MB RAM/7.5G Quantum Fireball HDD/Thermaltake 430 PSU/MSI Geforce 4 MX4000 video card

Mojo 23 - MSI K7N2 Delta 2/AMD 2800+/512 MB RAM/7.5G WD HDD/ Thermaltake 430 PSU/MSI Geforce 4 MX4000 video card

Mojo29 - ASUS M2A-VM /Athlon x64 x2 5200+/2GB RAM/ Maxtor 3.2G HDD/ Thermaltake 500 PSU

Mojo 25 - Asus A7VBX-MX/AMD 2800+/512 MB RAM/40G WD HDD/ Rosewill 400 PSU


Mojo 1- MSI K7N2G mobo/AMD 2600+/256 RAM/WD AC32500H 2GB HDD/ Turbolink 420 PSU

Mojo 12 - MSI K7N2GM-L mobo/AMD 2400+/256 RAM/Maxtor 82560A4 2 GB HDD/Turbolink 420 PSU

Mojo 17 - BIOSTAR M7VIG 400 mobo/AMD 2100+/512 RAM/10G Maxtor HDD/ Thermaltake 500 PSU

Mojo 31 - Dell Inspiron 530/Intel Core 2 Quad Processor Q6600/3GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 800MHz/ 500GB Serial ATA Hard Drive


Mojo 30 - AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 mobo/ Dual Core Processor 5200+/2MB RAM/20 GB Seagate HDD/Turbolink 420ATX PSU

Mojo 19 - ASUS X Series x2 mobo/AMD 2700+/256 RAM/6GB Western Digital HDD/Turbolink 420ATX PSU

by lilhurricane See Profile
last modified: 2009-01-14 08:32:08

»[TSC] TSC project coming to an end April 15

Posted April 01, 2009 04:45 PM
Dear Community TSC members,

On April 15, 2009, the Community TSC distributed computing project will officially end operations.

As this chapter in the history of The Rothberg Institute comes to a close, we wanted to take the opportunity to extend a sincere note of thanks to you, our indcredibly dedicated members who have driven every aspect of this project. We also want to take a few moments to reflect on what we have accomplished and to touch on how the project's results, thanks to your committed efforts, will be leveraged by The Rothberg Institute in the future.

As most of you know, this project set out to develop a viable platform for enabling users from around the globe to use their personal computers (whether PCs, Linux or Unix boxes, etc.) to compute the interactions of small molecule drug candidates with target molecules that likely play prominent roles in Tuberous Sclerosis Complex disease pathways.
In the more than seven years that the project has been active, our members have returned results for over 150 million drug candidate-disease target tasks, utilizing over 3000 years' worth of CPU time in the process!

With the computational results available to us, we turn all of our attention toward harvesting the best possible candidates from this data set and focusing our efforts in the laboratory in order to accomplish our original goal: finding effective real-world treatments for TSC. The Rothberg Institute remains firmly committed to this objective.

As we move forward, we will maintain our list of active and past members who have committed so much time and energy to this project, and we plan to update you periodically on the progress that we're making in the lab. Your efforts have been invaluable in moving us into position to take this next important step, and we truly appreciate the contributions that you have made.

We hope that you have enjoyed participating in this project as much as we have. For all that you have done, thank you!

The Rothberg Institute Staff

by lilhurricane See Profile