List of Web 2.0 Lists As a Web (2.0) consultant and analyst (about me), I track a variety of market segments and products. Luckily for me, nowadays I don't have to do as much grunt work on gathering high level product data as I used to. There are a plethora of product lists and data about web 2.0 companies on the Web now, unlike 12-18 months ago when I had to track it all down myself. Anyway here is (in no particular order) a list of the web 2.0 lists and other helpful product data that I've found on the Web. Ask the eConsultant - seriously impressive list of web 2.0 companies, categorized.Techcrunch product review list - organized by company name; would be great if also categorized into market segments. Advertisement — Continue reading below I'm sure there are more web 2.0 lists out there which I've forgotten to mention, so please add in the comments and I'll update this post as they come in.
Newborn Startups Virtual Karma: Complete List of Web 2.0 Applications | Rian's blog Following is an alphabetically sorted list of popular Web 2.0 applications. The description for each of the application is taken from their own About or FAQ pages. 43 Things43 Things is great for making a list of goals. It’s a way of connecting with other enthusiasts interested in everything from watching a space shuttle launch to grow my own vegetables. AllmydataAllmydata harnesses the power of grid storage technology to securely store your email, photos, music, movies and more. BackpackMake a page out of an idea. BasecampBasecamp is a unique project collaboration tool. BlinkListImport and manage Your Bookmarks - in the Blink of an Eye. BlogniscientWe categorize and rank blog articles and blogs in real time, providing up-to-date information on the hottest blog entries. CalendarHubCreate a Calendar That You Can Access from Anywhere. Central DesktopCentral Desktop is ideal for teams and businesses that operate in distributed locations or virtual office environments.
Startups List VRSE.works Vrse.works presents “Clouds Over Sidra”, a virtual reality film for the United Nations in partnership with Samsung. The film was commissioned as part of the UN’s advocacy at the World Economic Forum in Davos to state and business leaders and offers a unique perspective into the lives of the world’s most vulnerable people. “Clouds Over Sidra” follows a twelve year old in the Za’atari camp in Jordan – home to 84,000 Syrian refugees. It follows her to school, to her makeshift tent and even to the football pitch. “At the UN, we consistently strive to bring citizens’ perspectives into the decision making process anyway possible” said Gabo Arora, Senior advisor at the UN. “By leveraging breakthrough technologies, such as virtual reality, we can create solidarity with those who are normally excluded and overlooked, amplifying their voices and explaining their situations.” “Getting a sense of ‘presence’ from Virtual Reality is an incredibly powerful experience.
VentureFocus Notegraphy can Instagram-ize your text status updates | Digital Trends Text-heavy social networks have been focusing on making their platforms more visually friendly, likely taking cues from the intense success of Instagram. Still, words persist, but what if we could somehow combine our desire to express ourselves in copy, but make it look … you know, beautiful? Enter Notegraphy, a new typography app that hopes to creatively enhance your written communications. How Notegraphy works is simple: It allows users to type as much text as they want and then apply a style template to it. It’s supposed to format any type of text; be it a tweet, a lengthy status update, an inspirational quote, a short story, an essay, a novel – as long as you can type it into the app, it works. Then Notegraphy styles it using the many available templates, and you can share it to your choice of social network. Notegraphy is the brainchild of HerraizSoto&Co, a Barcelona-based agency. There are some limitations to using Notegraphy that depends on which platform you are using.
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