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A List of Interesting Web 2.0 Sites

In doing a little research on a project we’re developing, I compiled the following list of some new and not-so-new Web 2.0 sites
(the descriptions come from the actual sites):

Deviant is “the largest art community in the world! As a member, you can collect favourites, submit art, and track your friends and favourite artists.

“The answer to emailing large files”

“The world’s largest collection of events”

“A ficlet is a short story that enables you to collaborate with the world. Once you’ve written and shared your ficlet, any other user can pick up the narrative thread by adding a prequel or sequel.

IMEEM is an online community where artists, fans & friends can promote their content, share their tastes, and discover blogs, photos, music and video.

Jaiku is Twitter on steroids. It’s main goal is to:“. . . bring people closer together by enabling them to share their presence. For us, presence is about everyday things as they happen – what you’re up to, how you’re feeling, where you’re going.”

“The easiest way to upload, edit and share video and photos.

“Working with our friends in the music industry, we’re reinventing digital music with discovery built-in and sharing enabled.”

meebo.com is a website for instant messaging from absolutely anywhere

Free Online Dating

Pandora: http://www.pandora.com/
A new kind of radio station that only plays music you like.

“A global community of friends and strangers answering one simple question: What are you doing?”

“Ask a question on any topic get personalized answers from relevant people”

“Use Vimeo to exchange videos with only the people you want to. We have a bunch of different privacy options so you can choose exactly who can see your videos, and others can do the same. “

Web 2.0 Innovation Map
A Google map application that depicts “how Web 2.0 development is distributed geographically.”

a community to “change the world”

Categories: Web 2.0
  1. August 18, 2007 at 1:46 am

    Hey, thanks for the Jaiku mention – much appreciated 🙂

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