LogoLinks from China

It’s bad enough that 90% of the time, we can’t understand what a webapp name means (by looking for it in a dictionary, at least). But is it worse to stumble upon yet another field of logos (translated version) with tons of Chinese characters in them? Qwerky, unfortunately, does not feature non-international services (e.g. ones […]

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Grazr

Keep yung site fresh with an AJAX-powered widget that fetches the latest feeds from the OPML/RSS URL you indicate. Ironically, it looks so retro (read: Win98) that it doesn’t quite fit into the look-and-feel of their homepage. But who’s complaining? The Qwerks Belongs to Circle Number 2, The Metaphor The Formula The ‘R’ Thang Web […]

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Weird Web App Name or Star Wars Character?

Perhaps it was the scifi-illiterate in me that failed to notice that Star Wars is a good source of qwerky names. I got a 35. (In the range 31-40: As your doctor, I recommend moving out of your parents’ basement.) Try it!

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Kottke reveals…

The secret to Web 2.0: what do Flickr, Ning, Kiko, Vimeo, Shadows, YouTube, Furl, NewsGator, Shutterfly, Mefeedia, Feedster, Planzo, Zazzle, Tailrank, Yakalike, Qoop, Lulu, Blish, Flagr, FireAnt, Odeo, Measure Map, EVDB, Gather, Oyogi, Last.fm…

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Typography for the 2.0 Logos

If you’re a qwerky 2.0 co., you’re probably in here too. (Nope, it’s not pornographic at all.)

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Newzingo

Cthulhu? Gibberish ain’t as lethal as the dictionary words. Qwerky hereby summons the comfy-soft hypnosis of the hippest keywords around: Tag cloud ATTACK! (Mind you, they’re the new mullets.)

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