Roundup#2: Best of Web 2.0 in 2006

13 Feb 2007 (Tue)

Yes, it’s already Feb. Still, over here, utility is much more important than “the latest and the coolest”. So, here’s a handy list of the best Web 2.0 software in 2006 from Dion Hinchcliffe’s Web 2.0 blog:

  • Social Network: MySpace. Runners up: Bebo, Facebook, Vox, XuQa, MyBlogLog (Me> IMHO, MySpace seems rather sleazy. Academics, students and alumni probably would do better to join FaceBook. People keen on business networking would do better to join LinkedIn.)
  • Start Page: Netvibes; Runners up: Pageflakes, Windows Live, Goowy.
  • Social Bookmarking: StumbleUpon. Runners up: Delicious, TrailFire, Magnolia, Listible.
  • Peer Production News: Netscape. Runners up: Digg, NewsVine, Reddit.
  • Social Media Sharing: YouTube. Runners up: UnCut Video, JumpCut, Google Video, Revver. (Me> What about Eyespot? Like the remix feature there.)
  • Online Storage: Amazon’s S3 with JungleDisk. Runners up: OmniDrive, iBackup, AllMyData.
  • Office 2.0 Suite: Zoho Office Suite. Runners Up: ThinkFree, Ajax13, Google Docs & Spreadsheets, Foldera. (Me> Just give me everything on the same platform as far as possible. Right now, looks like I can find most essential services on Google. Looking forward to Zoho Notebook though.)
  • Honorable Mention: BlogFilers: TechMeme, Social Music: Pandora, Professional Social Network: LinkedIn, Consumer Generated Advertising: The Chevy Apprentice campaign, Online File Conversion: Zamzar (MS Office docs, images, audio, video, etc), Web Application Stack: Ruby on Rails, Mashup Tool: DataMashups
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  • LinkedIn
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  • NewsVine
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Posted by J.K. in *Roundups, Awards, Technology | View Comments |

  • Robert Irizarry

    What kind of social networking site is best depends on what you’re trying to accomplish. And while, Myspace may be questionable for certain things, it certainly makes sense for those with music related blogs. The number of bands and musicians on there is staggering – just what a guitar blogger would want.

  • J.K.

    Wow! Didn’t realise Myspace is the space for bands and musicians. It’s true that I can find some of my favorite musicians there.

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