Built because I was looking for
ideas to steal inspiration for my own personal website.
More than anything though, it's reminded me how interesting the HN community is - I've found it a great tool for serendipitous browsing.
Ordering of entries is random. I don't think there is likely to be a strong correlation between total karma or recency and quality of web presence. Possibly average comment karma would be a good indicator, and maybe the ability to vote or star entries for future reference would be good, but those are features for another day (maybe... if people really want them).
If a webpage preview is not shown, it might be because an error was returned when it was crawled, or because it matches a heuristic that suggests the preview is unlikely to be interesting (keybase.io pages, for example, all look the same).
Built using the new firebase API.
feedback? comments? suggestions? gladly welcomed @mhowlett.com by sending to matthide
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