Is the web presence of Christopher de Beer, and is in a state of continual development //
Most recent public projects I've made: an iOS app Departures a video todo-list web app called mustwatch.it a service called Tellmeaboutit (closed alpha) a cute foray into machine learning datagotchi helping me get to grips with the field. An old project that I really need to finish iliketext.com and arbitrarily last, WikiRace a fun wikipedia racing game I made over a weekend a while ago (17,960+ games played last I looked)
I plan to continue to try increase my luck surface area.
Follow me on twitter @christopherdb if that's your kind of thing.
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