Tag web2.0

xFruits – Doing More With Feeds

From the web site xFruits is described as: “…a free online service offering to every user the possibility of: Enriching your home Enlarging your blog’s functionalities Creating, generally, your information system from the RSS feed XFruits makes possible the Mashup…

Hurry Up and Wait

The Museum of Modern Beta Betas – Most Anticipated is a list of web apps ranked by popularity by how many are waiting for it. Data is being pulled from del.icio.us and updated every Saturday to keep the list current.…

Where’s Web2.0?

There are probably a whole lot of Web2.0 collections out there but go2web20.net is certainly the most Web2.0 of them that I have come across. There’s a whole lot of time-killin’ potential if you’re planning on visiting.

A Series of Pipes

Over the past week or so I have been getting re-acquainted with my Yahoo account ever since Flickr decided I needed to tie my two accounts together. Lo and behold I discovered their mashup service Pipes. I can’t help but…

Read/Write Reality

The advent of the read/write web is a topic that comes up frequently where I work. Likewise, community contribution and knowledge sharing is popular among people I come into contact with online too, but I don't run into too many people in real life, outside of work, who care much about the idea at all.