• Nic TrentNic Trent, 6 years ago

    Nice job. Can't find rdio...

    9 points
  • Joshua TurnerJoshua Turner, 6 years ago

    I will never forgive Microsoft for killing Sunrise.

    8 points
    • Devesh Kumar, 6 years ago

      And Dropbox for killing Mailbox.

      5 points
    • Jrtorrents Dorman , 6 years ago

      Until the till people start paying for stuff, this will continue to happen. Sunrise was never going to survive as a stand alone product. And Microsoft didn't buy it for the fun of it. They bought it for talent .

      0 points
  • Alex ChanAlex Chan, 6 years ago

    It would be cool to have screenshots as well.

    3 points
    • Duong Nguyen, 6 years ago

      Thanks for the feedback! I will be adding more features to Product Graveyard in the near future.

      0 points
  • Roby Saavedra, 6 years ago

    Seeing Google Reader on this list gave me a lump in my throat. I still miss it so dearly. :(

    3 points
  • Kelsey LegaultKelsey Legault, 6 years ago

    rip club penguin, i'll never forget u </3

    1 point
  • Matt BaxterMatt Baxter, 6 years ago

    This is great! I think my favorite thing about this is that while this just lists a bunch of software, I instantly think about the memories of using it. Nostalgia happens a lot for physical objects, but you don't get as many opportunities to experience that with digital products.

    1 point
  • Joe Baker, 6 years ago

    Shame the beautifully designed site is slapped with that default commenting theme.

    1 point
    • Gareth LewisGareth Lewis, 6 years ago

      Looks like it's powered by Disqus. Unfortunately, you are extremely limited in terms of customizing that default theme (can't even change the font).

      0 points
  • dh .dh ., 6 years ago

    Would be awesome/interesting to categorise these by the companies that bought them.

    1 point
    • David ThornDavid Thorn, 6 years ago

      Yeah, seeing as how Opower (for example) was bought by Oracle, the "graveyard" connotation makes it sound like they failed...

      0 points
  • Scott ThomasScott Thomas, 6 years ago

    I am very impress how many products they have listed.

    Reminds me of the http://startupgraveyard.io/ that was posted a while ago.

    1 point
  • Nolan Lee, 6 years ago

    RIP, Windows Live Messenger and Vine.

    1 point
  • Vipul. MishraVipul. Mishra, 6 years ago

    It's one of the best thing happend in product space. Hope product guys learn from these mistakes and avoid making them by themselves.

    Thanks a lot for sharing, @Sol Ray

    1 point
  • Duong Nguyen, 6 years ago

    Hi everyone, thank you for your comments! I actually built this site as a side project during my summer internship at Siftery. Hope you enjoy and please join in by contributing a funny story or eulogy for one of the featured products!

    I am also looking for a Dribbble invite. If you have a spare one and can invite, I would greatly appreciate it! My account is: https://dribbble.com/ndduong97

    0 points
  • Mianje YakuzaMianje Yakuza, 6 years ago

    So nice, thank you!!! I can't find Napster, am I too old? :)

    0 points
  • Jon LehmanJon Lehman, 6 years ago

    Is Zune considered dead if you can still use the first gen to keep your car from rolling when parked on a hill?

    The site is awesome, love the illustrations and "Submit Autopsy Report"

    0 points
  • Ollie BarkerOllie Barker, 6 years ago

    Awesome site. Made me sad though to recognise so many awesome products that didn't make it :(

    0 points