My Rizzoma-related extensions have been added. I have also begun redesigning the Chrome Extensions page (though there is still more work to be done).
More Project Types
New sections added for my games and miscellaneous other projects containing items like ScreenTxtZ, Holo Web, Portal_Z., and Faceball.
Wave Extensions Gallery
A project to create a central database of wave extensions, simplifying extension distribution for users and developers.
My Wave Projects section has been rearranged to be more organized, have more information, and include some new projects.
Voice Actions for Chrome
Control your browser with your voice. Search, play music, get directions, and open web pages just by speaking.
A collection of joke pages, including a Shakespearean insult generator and the original April Fools' Day 2011 Troll Wheel
As you may have heard, Google Keep is live (for real this time). I, for one, will not be switching to it. The reason is simple. As Google has shown us with its “spring cleaning” (and similar) events (and most notably, for me, with the death of Google Reader), it is a big company that does a lot of things, and it does not always want to keep doing all those things. I do not see Keep as being hugely beneficial to Google as a business, so I could easily see it getting killed in a year or two. On top of that, Google Killed its last note-taking product, Google Notebook, in a previous “spring cleaning”
My preferred notes app right now is AK Notepad, a lightweight version of Catch Notes (both are made by the same company). The reason I intend to stay with AK/Catch is the same reason Evernote users should stick with Evernote: note taking apps are what these companies do. A company like Catch or Evernote is not going to kill its note taking app during “spring cleaning” because then the company would not exist.
On a side note (no pun intended), this could, arguably, be used as a reason to pick Facebook over Google+: Google+ is part of a social strategy for Google, but social is Facebook. Without a social network, Google would control a bit less of the Internet than it does. Without a social network, Facebook would not exist.