Check it out I’ve just created my own living colour cell over at Colorcell.
It’s an interesting site where you can create colour palettes called cells containing 4 colours. People vote for their favourite cells and you can view stats like the most popular cell for the day etc. Cells are ranked and are either alive and well in the living space, or dead in the cemetery. Of course there are only 100 spaces in the living space so it’s a fight for survival.
That’s the basic jist of the site. There’s more to it and it’s not unlike one of those digital pet things but not annoying.
Let’s see how long it takes for my cell to die. With any luck it’ll live on in the hall of fame.

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  1. lucie

    16 August 2004 at 6.12 pm

    RIP my little colour cell. Befor my cell died, it did however bear a child. Awww! It’s got purple like it’s mamma! Not to worry, hopefully the new cell will live longer.


  2. railtracksurvivor

    27 April 2008 at 2.22 am

    Colorcell is functionally dead now.


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