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Good or Bad? is nothing short of a cultural revolution. For YEARS we sat at home wondering: "Apricots" are they good or bad? What is the essential quality of a "TV Remote"? Is it a good thing or a bad thing? Sure, it turns on the television, and sometimes the Blu-ray player, but then it also gets lost, and sometimes it has too many buttons, and sometimes it runs out of batteries. We weren't sure whether a TV remote was in fact a good thing or a bad thing. That was 2010. Flash forward. The year is 2011. Apple has revolutionized the world by adding a To-Do list to its latest iPhone software. A full 99% of the American population is camping in front of Wall Street (it's pretty crowded). Amy Winehouse is dead. These are trying-ass times. More than ever we need something to make sense of this frantic world. And now we have it. Enter "Good or Bad?", the most culturally important compass since the actual compass.
Good or Bad? puts the things in our lives to the test. Is this thing good or is it bad? Are "Birthday cakes from the grocery store" good? "Good or Bad?" helps you decide, and then it lets you know what everybody else thinks, settling the question once and for all. No longer will we sit and wonder whether "Automatic dog leashes with a button that makes the leash roll into the handle", whether those are good or bad. We are free from the uncertainty.
Freedom. Freedom from doubt, freedom from the tyranny of the unknown, freedom from insecurity. Freedom to live your life the way you want to live it. That's what Good or Bad? is all about.
Oh. And one more thing. If all Good or Bad? did was let you vote, it would be providing incredible value. It might be worth $70, $80, maybe even hundreds of dollars. But that's not all there is to "Good or Bad?". "Good or Bad?" lets you come up with your own, new things, and it lets other people vote on them. That's right, if you've identified something in this world worthy of scrutiny, you can add it to the pool of items, and you can watch the crowd give the thumbs up or the thumbs down. At no extra cost. Amazing.
A button that says "Good"
A button that says "Bad"
An ever-growing pool of things to vote on
Seeded with original content from the godfather of internet humor, Lore Sjöberg
Real-time graphs showing the current state of voting
Dangerously intelligent AI network filtering the results and keeping only the highest quality terms
Add Your Own whenever you have an idea
Personalized stats showing how you vote
Custom UI designed especially for Good or Bad? by the amazing Kyle Hickinson
Best Of and Worst Of lists
Customized monikers that tell you how you're voting
Menu with modern iOS sidebar navigation
Beautiful and fluid animations
Flag inappropriate items (whatever that means)