Commemorating the most memorable dead products
A space to commemorate products that have shut down operations or have been acquired. Each profile includes information about the product's shutdown circumstances, possible alternatives, and a comments section for users to leave a eulogy or funny story.
Great design, helps people do product research
Great design and easy to navigate. This site will be useful for people building new products as it will help them learn from similar products that managed to gain traction, but ultimately die.
Nostalgic AND educational.
Not a con really, but I'd like to see this MVP evolve. Great start!
This is fun and it could be super-useful. I'd love to do some analysis of this data set, correlating against Crunchbase data (sector, funding, etc) to see what could be learned and applied to future startups.
Definitely worth learning from the good products that were killed
Can't think any at the moment.
Every Product Manager and Product Owner must remind themselves that their product must meet customer needs or will become obsolete. It's not necessarily about more features. It's about if the customers can use them with ease.Kamlesh Ravlani has used this product for one day.
Wrong information and censorship
The site allow discussions using Disqus and I corrected the Orkut entry which was 100% wrong and instead of the site correct the entry, they removed my comment from it....
Making a mistake is a ok
Not correcting and censoring who corrects is more than pathetic
Also adds why a product ended
Can't think of any improvements at the moment
Great for gathering ideas for new products and services.
Shows good information about products.
Doesn't include screenshots of the products. Doesn't have many filtering/search options
Fun to look for nostalgia purposes.
An innovative concept
At-least a place for products that are no longer in use.
Nostalgia & Despair all rapped in to one site.
It's all bad. They're gone.
It would be great include a summary of why each gravestone is there. Afterall those who came after the mothballs will just find digital dust.