So it’s a new year (Happy new year by the way), and what better way to look forward into 2011, than look back into the last month of 2010. So, as a fitting tribute to our best year ever (we had 6 months in 2009, so it’s not exactly hard), I thought I’d add in a few, extra folding tidbits about TheSixthAxis’ folding during 2010.
Before we start, we have the usual call for new folders, yup, it’s our monthly “we need YOU on board this magical trip to cure this world of it’s horrid diseases … drive”. Yes we need more of you to set your Linux, MAC, or Windows based computer or PS3 up to fold for a cure.
Unfortunately this month we folded 17,000 points less (a total of 645,000 points) than during November, making December our worst month since June, so in answer to last months question, “Will we reach 1million points in 1 month during 2010?”, it’s a firm no, so 2011, I’m pretty sure we’ll get to the magical milestone during this year.
This month I have 2 tables for you, this time in actual colour, first of which is the usual monthly info.
|This Month||Last Month||Change||Score||New Points||Work Units|
The second one is what we’ve managed during 2010, it’s hard to think that we’ve actually climbed over 800 places, and folded 7.7million points and completed 25,000 work units.
Seems like we’ve lost another big team, Kotaku have started to pull away, currently folding a mere 2,000 points more than us per day, come on TSA, surely the best gaming community can take over the big Kotaku, I mean, we don’t dish out your details.
|Project Rank||Team Name||Points Ahead||Overtake in|
|244||Official-ish PS3Fanboy Folding Team||25,625,152||8.6||Years|
|275||Apple Computer, Inc.||20,666,664||5.5||Years|
|324||Gamespot @ Home||13,204,345||4.6||Years|
|383||Cheap Ass Gamers||8,296,725||3.6||Years|
|394||Official German PlayStation Community Team||7,865,658||6.5||Years|
|461||PS Forum EU||4,309,561||11.1||Months|
|558||SCEA SD FPQA||963,193||1.9||Months|
|596||Maryland PS3 Team||79,575||6||Days|
13 new folk this month making a total of about 150 new people over 2010. Hey look there’s YOURMUMANDME!