Blogging seems to have fallen down on the list of things I need to do, so as a result it has been a while since I’ve posted anything. One of the things I’ve been working on instead of keeping the interweb buzzing with my keen insight and immaculate prose is working on a new website. It has been around for a while, but my cohorts and I finally got around to upgrading the site to a place which we think is good enough to tell the world.
YupNope.com is another one of these Web2.0, ajaxy, opinion sites. Kind of like digg.com or reddit.com. We don’t anticipate killing off those leaders, but when I came up with the idea for the site (on a bus at 7am in the morning last summer), my main complaint with existing sites like YupNope was the complexity. I just wanted a simple site, where I could go, add something to the site and tell the world what I thought about it. I didn’t want to debate my feelings or read through mountains of inane comments on the subject. I just wanted to write something down and vote yup or nope on it. That’s it. Nothing more. And so, YupNope was born.
So we hope YupNope becomes a raving internet success. In fact, that is truly the only way to test the robustness and scalability of Starscale’s platform. But even if no one ends up using the site, it has already earned its keep and to us it is a success.
If you’ve got an opinion, you’ve got YupNope.