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all this tools will be purchased by [[Yahooglesoft]] soon
 
==share bookmarks==
 
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Revision as of 10:59, 26 October 2005

aka Wikipedia:Web_2.0
all this tools will be purchased by Yahooglesoft soon

share bookmarks

share photos

  • flickr
    • you can upload photos and pics and tag it
    • recently purchased by yahoo
  • commons.wikimedia
    • upload pictures and choose your own license (go public domain or "dual-license")

share movies

put your clips and/or big files online

music

last.fm

meme trading

not really software but still very social

Geographical

Software around the world

  • Foundcity
    • Foundcity is a social mapping tool for creating a personalized map of your life on-the-fly. From your computer or cell phone, you tag locations, add photos, label them with any words you want, and plot them to your map, which you can share with friends, keep private, or publish openly.
  • plazes
    • Plazes is a grassroot approach to location-aware interaction, using the local network you are connected to as location reference. It allows you to share your location with the people you know and to discover people and plazes around you.
  • Roadcasting

share files

networking

not really web services, more remains of the community hype

  • orkut
    • powerd by google
  • openbc
    • business network
  • Flock (Alpha release)
    • A browser that integrates:
      • The Blog Manager
      • The Flickr Topbar
      • RSS integration
      • Favorites with del.icio.us integration
      • The Shelf
      • History Search
  • outfoxed
    • firefox extension
    • from the website: There are over 8 billion web pages. Most of them suck. Outfoxed uses your network of trusted friends and experts to help you find the good stuff and avoid the bad.