Renkoo

Unlike sites like MySpace, Friendster, or FaceBook, Renkoo assumes you have a life. And that you already have real-life, offline friends. To top it all off, it encourages you and your friends to meet in real life, offline. So now the only thing left to do is agree on what to do, as well as […]

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Wesabe

There are websites that help you spend money. Ones that know you’re scared to use that credit card but make it perfectly painless to add items to a virtual shopping cart and head to checkout even before registering your personal details. You’re broke. And squirming at the thought that your name and number intercepted and […]

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Grouptivity

If you want collaboration without the instant messengers, conference calls, and other alienating interfaces, try plain-old HTML forms. Assign tasks, make surveys, share lists, turn events into reality. If you’re daunted by melding a group of heterogeneous mindsets into one well-oiled machine, Grouptivity could be a modest solution for you. I wonder how many people […]

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Fedafi

These self-appointed “RSS Guys” at Fedafi provide a bunch of RSS-related tools fit for any self-respecting blogger (or feed publisher). They’ve got stat-checking, advertising, and banner exchange all for free, but their flagship product, the RSS Generator (for websites that don’t generate feeds), is for-a-fee. (And that’s the business plan right there.) Sounds like they’re […]

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Web 2.0 Love Letter

Before the melodrama came the mush. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the Web 2.0 Love Letter. A tad late for Valentines, but who cares?

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