From: Dan Brickley (Daniel.Brickley@bristol.ac.uk)
Date: Tue Jun 27 2000 - 12:34:59 PDT
On Tue, 27 Jun 2000, v - Mark Kuharich wrote:
> JTS - MCDLXXXVI wrote:
> Is anyone keeping an archive of failed dotcoms?
(this may be old bits, or previously featured on memepool.com, but anyway...)
http://www.fuckedcompany.com/ keeps an archive,
http://www.fuckedcompany.com/archives/ which is pretty much what you're
Excerpted from http://www.fuckedcompany.com/whatis/ :
" What is it?
Your classic deadpool is a game of picking celebrity deaths. Points
are generally earned based on odds (which are usually based on the
age of the celebrity).
FuckedCompany.com is a game based on the classic deadpool, but
instead of betting for (or against) people, you're betting on
companies. The lines are a little blurred when dealing with
companies because there is rarely a clean-cut death. To make up for
this, FuckedCompany.com rates different levels of a company's demise
and awards points based on the level of severity. See official rules
for more information on scoring.
FuckedCompany.com has also pretty much turned into the source for
news about dot-com companies. Bad news, that is.
FuckedCompany.com is free. I don't make - and don't plan to make -
any money from it. "
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