Hosted WebGL Toy

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I'm so trendy, I now have a brand new github account!

I'm using it both as a git repo for my WebGL experiments and, thanks to their well thought pages feature as a hosting facility for the project itself. You can check this awesome work at Stable versions of the project will be published there.

Don't get too excited though, there's nothing impressive to show yet, just a crate to manipulate with the mouse. This is the basis for

my world conquest!my hopefully, someday, working WebGL toy. Anyway there's a ton of things I've done for the first time with this little website and spinning crate: working JavaScript, git repository, light css, markdown files, and of course WebGL.

This is so lame for the moment I'm wondering why I'm even writing this, but, heh, I'm a little proud!