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Friday, September 30, 2005

Web 2.0 Central Beta Launch

In the spirit of Web 2.0 Companies, I'm beta launching the new and improved resource for all things Web 2.0. It still needs some work but it's coming together (hence the beta). Converting all my posts from Blogger to Wordpress was fairly smooth but with the new style sheets, some of the posts need some hand tweaking.

The new site has been relocated to:


Proudly, the domain is quite del.icio.us inspired and will conveniently work when we get to Web 3.0 or 4.0 or 88.0.

Those of your subscribed to my Feedburner feed have to do nothing as you'll automatically be subscribed to the new location.

<NOTE: If you're reading this in an RSS reader, you're likely subscribed to the wrong address.>

Please subscribe to:

I welcome your comments on the new look as well as leads for Web 2.0 Companies I have yet to cover.

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

*HOT* Morfik - Web 2.0 Online/Offline Applications IDE

Morfik is launching a new Web 2.0 application development environment that could be a tipping point in creating web based applications.

I'll be doing a more in depth review but a few highlights:
* Drag and drop interface creation
* Online and offline use
* Code obfuscation
* Applications in pure HTML and Javascript
* Visual relational database design
* Visual query builder
* More...

Two of their developers built a gmail clone in two months. THAT is amazing.

These guys are sure to be the star of the Web 2.0 Conference.

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Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Jotlive - Realtime Document Collaboration from the makers of Jotspot

Jotspot has been a leading Web 2.0 company with their uber-cool wiki application software. I added them to the blog a while ago and have been meaning to give my loyal readers more scoop on them.

Well today they've announced a new product that looks very nice!

Introducing Jotlive which is an online tool for multiple users to collaborate on writing a single document.

They offer three programs.
#1 - Free for 5 pages/month of content
#2 - $5 for 15 pages
#3 - $20 for unlimited pages

Very Ajaxy and easy to use.

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New Web 2.0 Domain Coming Soon

With the fantastic response this blog has received thus far, I've registered a great domain and will be setting up a Wordpress installation with hopefully a much nicer design. I think I picked the ugliest Blogger template so getting a better design won't be too hard. If you'd like some exposure, I'll have some inexpensive advertising/sponsorship opportunities coming with the new design.

I've been playing with some logo ideas. What do you think is a good visual or image that best represents Web 2.0? If you say a globe, please, don't even bother adding a comment. :) Ideas? Heck, I may even round up a nice Web 2.0 prize!

While getting the new blog all setup, I've aquired QUITE a backlog of posts. I've been saving them all up and should have a bunch of new Web 2.0 companies to discuss. Stay tuned!

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