ConwayLife.com is a website devoted to Conway’s Game of Life and similar cellular automata. Most importantly, the website contains LifeWiki, an encyclopedia for Life-like cellular automata. With over 1,000 articles and 700 patterns, it is the largest collection of patterns and encyclopaedic information about Life-like cellular automata on the internet.
The site itself was launched in December 2008, and LifeWiki was launched soon thereafter in January 2009.
It was launched in August 2010 and uses some basic PHP to allow permalinks to specific calculations, such as this one.
This website is home to two online games (Mythos and Norron) that I made during my undergraduate years at University of Guelph. The games are based around Greek and Norse mythology, respectively, were coded in ASP 3.0, and run on an SQL Server 2005 database (although Mythos made its humble debut while running on an MS Access database).
In late 2007, Norron was translated into Chinese, but the Chinese version of the game has since been taken offline. The English-language version of the games are still running and maintain a consistent playerbase of a few hundred active players, though they are now run by Martin Lavigne and Joseph Smith.