Shame this thing died before it really got off the ground, but I’m not allowed to continue to offer Tumble tree as an app. Against terms of service, unable to be granted an exception, concerns about server load and the method in which it grabs the data, which is fair enough really.
Still, it’s been fun, I’ve become much more adept at pushing jQuery around in weird ways to do my evil bidding, and at manipulating the algorithms and parameters behind complex systems (the physics-based tree) to get just the right emergent properties (a nice shaped tree). Blah blah blah.
Feel free to follow me on my normal Tumblr for intermittent updates on the building of a skateboarding game and weird animated GIFs, or my music project Tumblr if you like electronic not-dance music (new album coming in the next couple of months!), or even my normal site at dxinteractive.com.
Thanks for being a good audience!
Why does Tumblr hate innovation? First they go after Missing e and now this. SIGH.