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Post your website, get candy

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I'm interested in seeing what kind of websites have been made by people here for stuff they develop.
Post yours and get a few hits :P
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I'll be bold enough to post my rubbish site, which will be remade in the nearest future:

http://thewhitedog.x14.eu
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I should direct your attention to [url="http://www.gamedev.net/topic/270385-official-post-your-site-thread/"]this thread[/url] if you haven't already seen it

I put up my first website a couple weeks back [url="http://hamatsahi.com"]hamatsahi.com[/url]

Cheers
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Haha, that thread is as old as the internet, and half the links are dead. NEED MORE WEBPAGES!
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http://www.gavincoates.com - one day i might actually write an article to post on the site...
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[url="http://adamsepanski.com"]Site that I never update.[/url]
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[url="http://www.lucidchart.com"]www.lucidchart.com[/url] - The website is the product.
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[quote name='BeanDog' timestamp='1310048738' post='4832279']
[url="http://www.lucidchart.com"]www.lucidchart.com[/url] - The website is the product.
[/quote]Hey, I used your stuff to make comedy flowcharts. I didn't know it was a GDNetter's. :)
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I am working on a Social Networking tool that allows you to register all your Social Networks into one system then track them. That way you can give people your "Blurtsy" URL which will basically be a large wall of everything spread of yours throughout the internet.

In order to play with it though you need a beta pass, I went ahead and created a custom GDNet beta tester system for you guys :-). *the site may be down so come back as I am activly working on it!*

[url="http://beta.blurtsy.com/?invite=true&user=GDNet&key=9j32jnn8h7893h4hs83"]Blurtsy.com Social Aggrevator[/url]

Key features:

-Your own Wordpress Blog
-Friends system
-Profile sytem
-Post to and pull from your: Twitter
-Post to and pull from your: Facebook
-Post to and pull from your: LinkedIN
-Post to and pull from your: YouTube
-Post to and pull from your: Flickr
-Post to and pull from your: Last.FM
-Post to and pull from your: Google+ (still testing but +1 works)
-More in the works!
-Post your social identies in one spot! - SITE URL + ID URL
-Get Verified for all your social accounts by Linking them. 100% Taggable with custom post display (If you only want certain posts to display you can setup for example only when you use !B in your post Blurtsy will pull from Facebook! Each network has there own social network!
-Global Email - if you have multiple emails you can create a one stop email which auto forwards emails to your accounts.
[email="-@name"]-@name[/email] intergration. When someone on the site uses @name it linkes your profile back and forth between. This includes Tweets/FB/Flickr etc. This allows Xnetwork tagging!
-SO MUCH MORE!

:-P P.S I am looking for investors haha.
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Some of my online games:
[url="http://www.lordsgame.com"]http://www.lordsgame.com[/url]
[url="http://www.samuraimmorpg.com"]http://www.samuraimmorpg.com[/url]
[url="http://moonstone-rpg.com"]http://moonstone-rpg.com[/url]
[url="http://europe1300.eu"]http://europe1300.eu[/url] (my newest one, early alpha, unplayable)

(I love it, I almost fell like I'm spamming :D)
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[url="http://joelbennett.wordpress.com"]joelbennett.wordpress.com[/url]
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My webpage would be in my signature. But I should probably also link to the [url="http://www.numbhatter.com/swindex.asp"]project page[/url].
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http://www.lodev.org

Just a list of some projects, I'm not a designed unfortunately!
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CANDY?

[url="http://www.scapecode.com/"]ScapeCode[/url]
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Here's mine: [url="http://www.kevin-fell.co.uk"]http://www.kevin-fell.co.uk[/url] , I try to update it once a month :cool:

- Kevin.
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My "indie team in the making" site/blog:

[url="http://supercuriosityblog.blogspot.com"]supercuriosityblog.blogspot.com[/url]

My personal website (still in progress)

[url="http://polyhedricpeppers.weebly.com"]polyhedricpeppers.weebly.com[/url]
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[url="http://accidentalnoise.sourceforge.net/index.html"]http://accidentalnoi....net/index.html[/url]

I hate making web pages [i]so bad[/i] so it isn't great. And, of course, it's still very much in progress.
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Might as well post mine here too (everyone else is).

This is currently a product of mine (in the beta stage): [url="http://chronowall.co/"]ChronoWall[/url]

It's an advanced, seasonal and time-based wallpaper manager.
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My website is http://brainbox.cc - I have been adding content and changing it about for many years on and off, and it has a list of my many projects on it with videos and screenshots.
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