Archives: August 2006
TagFetch is a place where you can search for information using tags. TagFetch use several services to give search results – , Del.icio.us, Flickr, Digg, Ice Rocket, Technorati etc. The new visual solution of TagFetch looks like start page and i think it is great way to show results and for users to read them.
Neave.tv is flash based tv channel that use videos from Blip.tv, Google Video and YouTube, it is experimental project of using video and I would like to say that it is personal video bookmark page of Paul Neave. Interesting video materials, nice design, easy to use, fast working – I think experiment is successful.
Surfing the internet I found interesting site full of irony about Web 2.0. This site simply is Web 2.0 logo generator where you can simply create Web 2.0 style logo.
This is meant to be a parody of Web 2.0 Logos. While they are pretty cool, they are all kinda the same. It was created as a joke, not a serious logo maker. But feel free to use it to make a logo.
Today many file hosting sites are trying to offer file hosting for wide type of file formats, but Rarhost has found their niche on .rar file archive hosting.
Here is list of websites that changed the world and thinking of many people.
1. eBay.com – Auction and shopping site
2. wikipedia.org – Online encyclopaedia
Users: 912,000 visits per day
3. napster.com – File sharing site
Users: 500,000 paying subscribers
First Netscape announced that they are hiring top Digg users to work for Netscape. Now Netscape and Digg battle is getting more interesting and one Digg fan has launched a project called “Save Digg!”.
“The Apple Design Awards is an annual contest, sponsored by Apple, to recognize technical excellence and outstanding achievement on Mac OS X.”
Fanpop is a social network where people create spots for something they have interest to. You can create a spot and then any fan can share a link with possibilities of voting. I think system is clear – yes, yes, something like Digg.
FeedBurner is now is testing new feature called “Networks”. According to Brad Feld this service is planned to launch in September but now you can see how it works as beta version on Venture Capital Network.