Project graveyard—abandoned and failed websites and programs

Word. magazine was an online literary magazine created by me and my friend in high school. It never really got off the ground

<xhi> was a graphic design company I started in high school. I did one job and the company ended

This is the one job I did as <xhi>—a header graphic for a queer community called Tribe-Q

*virtuak was a software company I tried to start. I developed some C++ tools under this name but I never sold anything

inhesion was a software product/company that never went anywhere

Hydra was a document classification system I developed after college. I presented it to the NSA and tried to sell it to them but they didn't buy it

Sketch was an HTML-based photography portfolio that I made to show my art

=Gravity was a paper literary magazine my friend and I created after college. We made one issue, then it fell apart

phenal was a text-based online RPG I made in C++ in my mid-20s. I never finished it

social.insect was a social networking site that I built in Perl in my late 20s. We had a number of users but everyone started using Facebook so social.insect went away

TalkAnonymous was an anonymous chat server I conceived with a friend in my early 30s. I programmed it in C but then my life sort of fell apart so TalkAnonymous became nothing

This was a conversation between two hyperjacks (AI constructs)—It's hard to explain—This is one of many promising programs that I abandoned

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This was clownfysh.com, my significant blog before this one. I changed the title periodically. This was on tumblr. Two themes shown

inhesion made a possible comeback with this project, which I'm still working on in various forms

These are various incarnations of my deadnovelist.com site. The site was built on persona.co—a great design platform that I would still be using if their tools worked on Apple's mobile OS

There were many more websites and programs and companies that I started but never finished. These are just a few! These are my abandoned and failed projects—and I love them all