A three.js community on Reddit

Well 2011 is nearly upon us; which leaves me thinking… where did 2010 go! I hope I’m not the only one who thinks this year has gone quick! One big web application that died in 2010 was digg.com. I used to use it every day for the latest technology and funny videos, but then they changed it. The design became very blue and digg seemed to change from a simple community driven link aggregator to a, well, I’m not sure what it changed to in all honesty. So it was time to find an alternative.

Luckily for me (and all digg users) there’s already a well established alternative: reddit.com. It may not look as flashy as digg, but it makes up for it with ease of use and functionality. Need to set up a community for your web application, current technology, interest or well, just about anything really; then reddit is the place for you.

So that’s exactly what I’ve done for Mr. doobs three.js JavaScript library. I created a Threejs community that anyone can submit links to relating to three.js. Over the past few weeks I’ve been adding a couple of links a day, there really are a great selection of examples out there if you take the time to hunt then down.

So if you’ve created a cool new example using three.js or any other link relating to this excellent JavaScript library submit it here. Digg is dead. Long live reddit.com!