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PUBLIC MARKS with tags web2.0 & 2.0

2010

2007

Web2.0 Template

by springnet & 1 other
turns search results form google, del.icio.us, amazon, yahoo, etc into live running slideshow of websites that are "live" and browsable while the show is running.

FeedMyApp - Web 2.0 Directory

by sius & 12 others
FeedMyApp is a Web 2.0 Directory with the best and latest web 2.0 sites and web 2.0 applications.

2006

semantic.digg.in - over 1000 web2.0 sites listed in over 50 categories

by wanagi (via)
huge directory of all the next generation websites. there are already over 1000 sites listed in over 50 categories. it also provides thumbshots, user ratings, newest web2.0 buzz and rss content.

Incubateur 2.0

by dpansu & 5 others (via)
Créez votre start-up en 6 clics. Levée de fonds garantie en 48h. Revente en 3 mois. Capacité d'incubation: 12 348 nouvelles start-ups par jour. Satisfait ou remboursé (*).

O'Reilly Network: What Is Web 2.0

by springnet & 8 others
The bursting of the dot-com bubble in the fall of 2001 marked a turning point for the web. Many people concluded that the web was overhyped, when in fact bubbles and consequent shakeouts appear to be a common feature of all technological revolutions. Shak

Cingo - Where Families Click.

by springnet & 2 others
Cingo is a simple, easy and powerful new way to experience the internet and organize your family in one great location! From the clean, uncluttered home page to feature-rich sections such as News, Movie Listings, and Shared Calendar and To-Do Lists, C

ProgrammableWeb: Mashup Dashboard

by nianox & 8 others
Hundreds of mashups with new updates daily

bit-tech.net | Why Web 2.0 will end your privacy

by nianox & 1 other
We all know the plushy, rounded, pastel-coloured faces of Web 2.0. MySpace. Digg. Flickr. The achingly trendy Silicon Valley startups that are selling for millions to big media conglomerates and making their founders into stars. Tom Anderson. Kevin Rose. These are the pinups of the Web 2.0 generation - but little do they know the monster they've created.

» Digg users spurred to register and contribute | ZDNet.com

by nianox
My story yesterday, “Digg’s 8 million “social freeloaders”, in which I discuss the Social Web’s very low user contribution ratio, has spurred passive Digg readers to become active Digg contributors!

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webs
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springnet
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sius
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pallefs
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Sauber
last mark : 11/12/2006 21:41

wabazz
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louporg
last mark : 17/11/2006 10:01

artiscode
last mark : 13/11/2006 02:03

Pixelco
last mark : 05/11/2006 22:47

ezaekiel
last mark : 26/10/2006 06:41

wanagi
last mark : 18/10/2006 13:51

flxstr
last mark : 29/09/2006 22:51

annila
last mark : 25/09/2006 07:01

dpansu
last mark : 23/08/2006 15:10

nianox
last mark : 25/06/2006 12:02