The Colors of Web2.0 Party Technorati Tags: flickr, web20, colorsofweb20, flock, technorati, delicious, wordpress, wink, odeo Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Author: Chris Messina Head of West Coast Business Development at Republic. Ever-curious product designer and technologist. Hashtag inventor. Previously: Molly.com (YC W18), Uber, Google. View all posts by Chris Messina
6 thoughts on “The Colors of Web2.0 Party”
Where did the dropshadow hack go?
I haven’t heard of half of those sites/companies.
Google throws my way:
Flock: No clue (Wired says it’s a Firefox-based browser); I can tell it’s target demographics real easy tho.
Wink: Google is of no use (did you mean winks club? msn winks? the perfect nightâ€™s sleep in a luxurious bedroom?)
Odeo: everyone loves podcasts! no obvious way of making money! we’re so late to the game it hurts!
SocialText: Wikipedia, but for companies, jazzier interface. Benefit to the casual user is unknown.
The amount of overhype behind pairing 4 relatively obscure web-services next to four heavy trendy tech hitters makes my head spin.
wheres the yellow digg.com?
Made me smile – thank you!