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PUBLIC MARKS from rickdog with tag web2.0

September 2006

August 2006

Dapper: The Data Mapper

by 7 others
Dapper allows you to create a "black box" (a Dapp) for any data source on the Internet. The Dapp produces XML which you can use programatically in whatever way you like. screen scrapes a site to produce an api. can produce RSS feeds.

July 2006

by 1 other
MyToday is a public aggregator having topic based collection of RSS feeds called Dailies. A Daily is a set of RSS feeds around the topic providing latest news, views and content on that topic. Mobile service is at

May 2006

Web2.0 Logos

by 24 others
Lists of logos for web2.0 sites. Click on a logo for description.

Web2.0Slides | Web2.0 Slideshow

by 32 others, 1 comment
Web2.0Slides is a self-running slide show of over 1,400 of the best Web2.0 sites. It's categorized by tags and sorted alphabetically. Click on an item to pause and surf around


by 3 others
Snap is fast, Interactive. Shows either one of three sizes of thumnails for each search result, or the page itself (think feed aggregator). Has Google Suggestion style searchbox.

April 2006

March 2006

Keotag - tag search multiple engines and tag generators

by 22 others
Multi-functional search engine that finds items tagged with your search term in 14 different tagging systems.

February 2006

Bitty Browser Home Page -- Picture-in-Picture for the Web

by 24 others
Bitty is the little browser that goes on any Web page, it's like Picture-in-Picture for the Web.

MyProgs - find new software, keep your program list online

by 25 others
What this site is: * Social list of programs - share your working experience with other people. * Recommendation system - find new programs in the categories of your interest. * Folksonomy - everybody can use his/her own keywords to categor

by 2 others
Welcome to, a 100% free, easy-to-use, online bulletin board created for your local community. Click on the tabs above to browse listings on this site.

Web 2.0 Innovation Map

by 16 others
The Web 2.0 Innovation Map grew out of an interest in how Web 2.0 development is distributed geographically. Using the lists of Web 2.0 applications from various sources (see listings) and a bit of elbow grease to locate addresses, the Innovation Map was