Phrazr

Here’s a source of profoundess that’s befitting of the end of 2006. If you’re looking for answers to age-old mysteries such as the essence of life, this site might be of help. Of course, the one-liners contained in these scrolls are not written by unknown deities but equally puny beings who dream of becoming immortalized […]

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Top Social Networks of 2006 Announced!

Here’s the Web 2.0 holiday treat brought to you by Mashable!: the Social Networking Awards 2006. Here are the winners (both “their” choices and “our” choices have been named): Mainstream and Large Scale Networks: MySpace and Multiply Widgets and Add-Ons: Slide.com and Zwinky Social News and Social Bookmarking: Digg and Trailfire Sports and Fitness: FanNation […]

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A Web 2.0 Soap Opera

In one of the more popular areas of the webosphere (slash blogosphere), a soap opera has just bubbled up. This involves Mr. Web 2.0, who dissed the New York Times, much to the dismay of fellow A-list bloggers. Unlike most soap operas, though, there is no love triangle, long-lost child, and not even a Cinderella […]

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Social Networking Awards 2006 (by Mashable! and Photobucket)

This just in: Pete Cashmore of Mashable! is holding the 2006 Social Networking Awards. There are twelve categories and the winners will be announced on the 22nd at 4pm PST. As of writing there is no indication that the voting has ended so vote now! (Visit the website and you’ll be greeted with quick links […]

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Curbly

Sometimes, people actually make web applications for real life. Here’s a community that lets you share tips and ask advice on DIY-ing your way to a better home: Curbly. With the Web 2.0 philosophy of user-generated content, it’s very easy to make a site that lets its users help one another. Always a win-win situation, […]

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The Best Explanations and Definitions of Web 2.0 for 2006

If you’re still clueless about Web 2.0 and the only thing you understand (?!) about it is the prevalence of its weird naming scheme, among other silly formulae and recipes I’ve mentioned, then you’ve been hanging out at Qwerky too much. As 2006 ends, let me point you to a round-up of the best explanations […]

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