Contestant on Vox Software.
Another one of those gaming, Atheist, Libertarian, INTP, entrepreneurial software developers
Just chat, there are already plenty of services like this on the internet. You did do it well, however, and it looks great.
Cool, well done. I can't imagine how debugging with other people is easier than on your own, but I suppose some people like that style.
It is a cool concept, but I would rather pick on of the "web OSes" that has more support, like Chrome OS.
Felt a little buggy and unpolished, but a great start.
It started out well, and I could easily and successfully connect my phone. Once I got in the game, I saw there weren't really any paddles and I couldn't do anything.
Good start, it would be fun when it is done, but it isn't there yet.
Cool, but I'd rather use something like Trello. I felt like your UX could use a few fixes.
Cool idea, but GOL doesn't really lend itself to being a fun competitive game.
Cool, and easy to use. I don't know when I would ever really need it though.
I wish I didn't have to link to an external account, and when I tried, it errored. This made it unusable. :(
I can't imagine when I would be using this, but for people who present stuff, this could be extremely useful. I like that is so simple.
Great idea, I've always wondered how I would share repos without having to put them on GitHub.
Love the concept, and this could be really fun, but it seems unplayable and buggy as it is now.
Not very much value for re-use, but I enjoyed playing around with it for a little while. Put a bird on it!
Pretty cool and useful, I've always thought of doing something like this.
My only problems are that the random gaps in the layout bug my OCD, and a lot of Reddit posts are made to have the caption read before looking at the picture.
Also, I think Hover Zoom solves the clicking around problem pretty well for easy browsing.
Brings me back to the days of the "golden age of the web".
I love Arduino projects like this.
Cool idea for a game, but it doesn't really seem to be finished.
It's broken (Internal Server Error). :(
I don't know if I personally would use this, but you did it quite well. Awesome idea.