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Aug. 10th, 2011 | 10:09 am

Last night my wife an I were on couch watching Tivo'd episodes of something or other. I think I was looking at laptops online, she was looking at the Quizilla Wikipedia page.

People still use Quizilla, like, all the time. That staggered me. Someone has been updating it's page to have a play-by-play of all the outages, issues and problems. That staggered me some more.

I have been toying with the idea of re-rolling Quizilla for at least 4 years now; I even spent a few thousand on a lawyer to figure out my legal positions if Viacom/MTV ever tried to come after me (short answer: I'm in the clear).

Maybe it's time I should do it, though I have so many irons in the fire I don't know if I can really find the time. Moving to be a full-time CTO (read: no longer writing code) at my day job may help, but then I have to move my ass and finish Rubyproof because it'll be a year in October since I started it.

But I really want to try to see if I can reclaim some of the old Quizilla magic. Under a new name of course.

I could try and get myself fired here, or quit, but I still actually believe that my current company will succeed -- at least long enough for me to say I've been CTO for a funded company.

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