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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

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Complete List of Web 2.0 Applications

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 Things
43 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.

Allmydata harnesses the power of grid storage technology to securely store your email, photos, music, movies and more.

Make a page out of an idea. Then add free-form text, to-dos, notes, photos, files. Share pages with other people. Set email and mobile phone reminders so you don't forget.

Basecamp is a unique project collaboration tool. Projects don't fail from a lack of charts, graphs, or reports, they fail from a lack of communication and collaboration. Basecamp makes it simple to communicate and collaborate on projects.

Import and manage Your Bookmarks - in the Blink of an Eye. Create Watch lists to See What Your Friends Are Discovering Online. Follow the Wisdom of Crowds and Discover What's Hot Now.

We categorize and rank blog articles and blogs in real time, providing up-to-date information on the hottest blog entries.

Create a Calendar That You Can Access from Anywhere. Keep it private, share it with others or publish it on the Web

Central Desktop
Central Desktop is ideal for teams and businesses that operate in distributed locations or virtual office environments.

Clip and save just the stuff you want from any web page. Create your personal online collection of clipmarks. Tag them with keywords, add your own comments and share them with friends. Search the Public Clipmarks to see what's being clipped and who is clipping it.

Democracy 2.0
Democracy 2.0 is a political science research project dedicated to effecting Pervasive Democracy and direct, nonpartisan resolution of community issues in U.S. states and localities.

Digg is a technology news website that combines social bookmarking, blogging, RSS, and non-hierarchical editorial control. With digg, users submit stories for review, but rather than allow an editor to decide which stories go on the homepage, the users do. is a collection of favorites - yours and everyone else's. Use to keep links, share favorites with friends, family, and colleagues, discover new things.

Our personalization technology builds a homepage for each reader, recommending content based on what they've read and what new content is being published. We crawl through thousands of news and blogs articles so you don't have to.

Flickr - almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world - has two main goals: 1. We want to help people make their photos available to the people who matter to them. 2. We want to enable new ways of organizing photos.

Instead of having multiple blogs across multiple sites, gabbr allows bloggers from all types of blogs to submit their thoughts for discussion in a centralized location. The blog entries are also mirrored on the original blog authors website.

Gmail is an experiment in a new kind of webmail, built on the idea that you should never have to delete mail and you should always be able to find the message you want.

Google Maps
Maps are great for getting around, but online maps could be a lot better. So Google decided to make dynamic, interactive maps that are draggable — no clicking and waiting for graphics to reload each time you want to view the adjacent parts of a map.

Slow, featureless online calendars are so Web 1.0. Kiko is a cool new web calendar that delivers all the functionality of desktop calendar software, and all the convenience of online access. And it's free!

We hope that meebo makes everyone’s online life a little easier (and more fun!) by aggregating all of your IM accounts in one place, cleaning up all of your chat windows into a single window, and the best part -- no software.

The Web is humming with discussions on politics and current affairs. memeorandum is page A1 for these conversations. Auto-updated every 5 minutes, it uncovers the most relevant items from thousands of news sites and weblogs.

Netvibes is a customizable web 2.0 homepage solution. This service is free and gives you the user the ability: To create a personalized page with the content you like. To put together data feeds and services from web 2.0 applications with a very simple interface. To access your page anytime and from any computer.

Omnidrive is what you expect hosted storage to be - easy to use, accessible from anywhere and unrestrictive. Omnidrive will make your life easier by allowing you to store, access and stream your files from almost any web connected platform.

Protopage = personalized news + sticky notes + bookmarks, all on one page. Use it to catch up with news from hundreds of sources. Put color coded sticky notes, todo lists and reminders. Keep your frequently accessed bookmarks. Share parts of your page with friends, or keep it private.

Rallypoint is a powerful online collaboration service that can be used to create, organize and share your company's knowledge. It enables you to build web-based documents and pages to share with your team members or other teams.

A source for what's new and popular on the web -- personalized for you. We want to democratize the traditional model by giving editorial control to the people who use the site, not those who run it. Your votes train a filter, so let reddit know what you liked and disliked, because you'll begin to be recommended links filtered to your tastes.

Remember The Milk
Remember The Milk is the easiest and best way to manage your to-do lists online. Sharing, publishing, notes... we've got it all. Receive reminders via email, instant messenger, and SMS. It's free.

Shadows is a social bookmarking service for discovering, sharing and managing information on the web. Shadows supercharges this information with a "Shadow Page" — a community blog for any web page that includes views, ratings, tags, and comments by you, your friends and the Shadows community.

this site is not an officially supported site. it is an incubation experiment and doesn't represent any particular strategy or policy. for other incubation experiments, see enjoy!

Ta-da makes it easy to... Keep track of all the little things you need to get done, Make lists for other people (co-workers, friends, family), Share lists with the world ("My favorite movies of 2004"), Subscribe to your lists in RSS so you're always on track.

TailRank finds the best content from thousands of blogs so you don't have to. TailRank is a small startup based out of San Francisco which has plenty of cool ideas and too much free time.

Topix was founded in 2002 with the specific mission of providing users the ability to quickly and easily find targeted news on the Internet. With thousands of news sources continually releasing stories twenty-four hours a day, finding relevant news can often be a time consuming task.

Advanced task and priority management for busy, ambitious individuals. voo2do tracks priority, due date, and time estimates for each task. There is no notion of "lists" in voo2do— tasks can be grouped by project, but you can view and edit a bunch of projects together. Voo2do does not yet support sharing your tasks with other people.

Writeboard makes it easy to... Write without fear of losing or overwriting a good idea Compare different versions of a document Collaborate with colleagues on copy, proposals, memos, etc. Subscribe to documents via RSS and be notified of changes.

Writely allows you to edit documents online with whomever you choose, and then publish and blog them online.

5GB to unlimited gigabytes of online storage. Accessible from any web browser. Easy, efficient file sharing. Protect critical data from crashes and viruses. The best solution for storing and sharing online.

Online tool to create a document, edit in your way, and share with anyone. Access Anywhere, Share, don't attach, Generate PDF/DOC/HTML, Create and edit document in your way, Load your existing documents, Multi lingual Support, No more duplicates, Post to your Blog.

On Zoto, you can safely store an. organize an unlimited number of digital photos, with total control over who has access to which of your photos. You can share your photos with family and friends through albums and slideshows. You can quickly and easily publish photos to your blog.

If you know of any popular Web 2.0 applications that are missing from the above list, please post it as a comment and we will keep this list going. Also let me know if you found this list useful.

Update (Friday Jan 20th, 08:30 PM): This post got dugg to the front page of sometime yesterday morning. I appreciate all you comments and diggs. This list would not be “complete” without your comments. While posting I had intended to update the list with more applications that you suggest. But I’m overwhelmed with the number of sites in the comment section. I apologize that I don’t have enough time to research and get information about all of them. I recommend that all readers read through the comments to discover more Web 2.0 applications.

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  • Solid list!
    Missing application/service: Simpy. Please add it. Thanks.

    By Anonymous Otis Gospodnetic, at 12:22 AM  

  • A good list, Rian.

    Zoho has other products too. Have a look at

    By Anonymous Arvind, at 12:27 AM  

  • see a list of 100 web 2.0 applications

    By Blogger Juan Diego Polo, at 6:34 AM  

  • Great round-up! I'd like to suggest adding Pageflakes to the list. Pageflakes is a personalized startpage, a.k.a. AJAX desktop, a bit similar to Netvibes or

    Best regards


    By Blogger Christoph Janz, at 7:26 AM  

  • When you've finished checking out that lot, you'll need a break :)

    Millions of Games, a folksonomy of casual games and online games!

    By Blogger suttree, at 11:15 AM  

  • Xdrives sucks, I had nothing but problems on my trial period and closed my account as soon as it expired.
    check out Streamload Mediamax if you look for free/paid online Media services.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:19 AM  

  • is missing from your list

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:20 AM  

  • also eSnips offers free online storage for free

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:22 AM  

  • You also missed Hypersuper, the learning news aggregator. It's quite good.

    By Anonymous James, at 11:24 AM  

  • Great collective list. I'd also suggest adding NetworthIQ to the list. It's a net worth tracking tool that also lets you compare your net worth with others in certain demographic categories (age, education, occupation, geographic location, etc.). Pretty interesting stuff.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:24 AM  

  • Also missing

    By Anonymous Jeremy Flint, at 11:26 AM  


    By Blogger Noah, at 11:29 AM  

  • missed

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:34 AM  

  • PushCRM replaces ACT or Goldmine for contact management and sales teams.

    By Blogger dev@pushcrm, at 11:46 AM  


    Slowly as I have time

    By Blogger Emerica, at 11:49 AM  

  • MetaForums

    web2.0 ajax-powered forum software.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:02 PM  

    Virtual Earth

    By Blogger Julien Couvreur, at 12:02 PM  

  • I think Zimbra qualifies as a Web 2.0 app. as it's front-end is ajax based.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:04 PM  

  • The events trio: Eventful,, and Zvents.

    By Anonymous Edward O'Connor, at 12:09 PM  

  • I hate buzzwords.

    They're not "applications," they're websites.

    It's not "Web 2.0," it's Javascript. It's not like some company released a version 2.0 of the web at CES. It's an invented version number to describe stuff that already existed and was used before.

    Please stop mindlessly spreading buzzwords that don't actually mean anything. "My site is Web 3.0!" Ugh.

    By Blogger The Nog, at 12:12 PM  

  • I think you forgot

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:21 PM  

  • Read for a HUGE list.

    But this is a great list.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:28 PM  


    share your stuff with your friends and family

    you can upload video, photos, blogs and many more...


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:29 PM  

  • freevolution:

    scroll around, 3d isometric dhtml.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:36 PM  

  • Check out StumbleUpon as a substitute for It already has a major following with millions and millions of links already "stumbled".

    By Blogger Steve Magruder, at 12:39 PM  

  • I personly don't use spreadsheets that much, but if I did, I'd find my self going to

    By Blogger True Vox, at 12:41 PM  

  • get lumped into the Web2.0 camp a lot too

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:44 PM  

  • If Kiko is included, so should It's MUCH better.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:54 PM  

  • is another one...they are a little cryptic on what they do but it sounds interesting based on what I heard on

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:55 PM  

  • What about blinksale?

    By Blogger Jared, at 1:03 PM  

  • you forgot "Shutterbook"

    By Anonymous Ahmer, at 1:07 PM  

  • Good list. Don't forget Loomia

    By Anonymous pilot, at 1:15 PM  

  • This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

    By Anonymous russ, at 1:23 PM  

  • Good list, a few of them I actually use, loving netvibes... One I do use all of the time to find new tunes is tunecast

    nice one.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:42 PM  

  • not very complete list, missing, its better than kiko and calendarhub. i use it everyday

    By Anonymous george bush, at 1:53 PM  

  • Web 2.0 applications

    are in "beta" stage forever (whatever it means) so that bugs are not so buggy

    are "invitation only" (but with a lot of sites where you can get true or fake invitations) so you can say "lucky me! I got an invitation!"

    must have an inteactive interface based on AJAX, the RPC protocol for the future (will lately be blamed it for being evil)

    long life to Web 2.0!


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:58 PM  

  • An application is a program that gives a computer instructions that provide the user with tools to accomplish a task (from

    So, yeah, they're definitely applications, and websites.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:06 PM  

  • oh I forgot rule #4

    must have a name that makes no sense at all (even better if it has an ugly pronunciation)

    LOL again

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:08 PM  

  • Also could add this

    By Anonymous Mark Garrigan, at 2:11 PM  

  • has actually been replaced by A lot of the experiments on (such as favorites) could be considered Web 2.0.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:18 PM  

  • Hmm... How aboot:


    By Blogger Chris, at 2:22 PM  

  • Missing application:

    # Store all your bookmarks on-line
    # Import your current browser bookmarks in a snap
    # Get to them from anywhere
    # Share some or all of your bookmarks with your friends
    # Use tags or categories or both to organize the web the way you want
    # Search to quickly find pages by tag or category or title

    By Anonymous Peter, at 2:22 PM  

  •, a site for playing with colors.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:50 PM  

  • How about

    By Anonymous JT, at 2:50 PM  

  • Missing Site:


    Photo management and slideshows with a really slick interface.

    By Anonymous Jaisen, at 2:51 PM  

  • what about mybloglog, i love that thing, then again i know the guys who built it

    By Anonymous michael, at 3:02 PM  

  • Missing: Free web-based RSS aggregator and social network.

    By Blogger Ian, at 3:03 PM  

  • How about pandora and

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:20 PM  

  • Measure Map, Adaptive Path's blog log analysis application.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:34 PM  

  • Missing Application:
    Veetro is an Ajax-enabled online team and business management system that helps you to work more efficiently and become more profitable. Including tools such as electronic timesheets, projects, billing, sales pipeline, helpdesk and document management, Veetro makes your organization work better.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:10 PM  

  • I think two real good web2.0 additions thats worth mentioning are - and

    There is already some buzz about the latter - Techcrunch

    By Anonymous Creativebug, at 4:13 PM  

  • This is great.. but I want to suggest the personal content aggregation tool, . It's an easy way for people to keep their Web 2.0 generated content together in a unified way.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:30 PM  

  • - service where you can setup email alerts, whenever somebody types in your name to Google.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:42 PM  

  • Missing smugmug, including their great hacks section.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:23 PM  

  • Great list!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:23 PM  

  • By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:45 PM  

  • Coastr - Web 2.0 BEER!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:25 PM  

  • Great list,
    What about Stickam?
    I think it should be added to the list.

    By Blogger bfallmann, at 6:26 PM  

  • This is not a very complete list, you also forgot Tiktrac. :)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:34 PM  

  • What about gOffice

    By Blogger, at 7:04 PM  

  • This isn't the complete list of Web 2.0 applications. It's just those with a hype to thank for it's success (and modernly designed logos).

    I think you should include IssueTrackerProduct which is a completely free and open source bug/issue tracker with lots of unobtrusive javascript, AJAX widgets and the tightness of a perfectionist's creation.

    By Anonymous Peter, at 7:45 PM  

  • I'm working on . We still have maybe another month to go.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:00 PM  

  • ... for recipes and drinks

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:46 PM  

  • Khm... .... khm...

    By Anonymous Ivan Minic, at 8:57 PM  

  • What about

    By Anonymous Julian, at 9:57 PM  

  • Thanks for the great list. You missed, a social bookmarking service that allows you to save and search the full text of the documents you link to.

    By Anonymous michael, at 10:58 PM  

  • -- one of the few sites that uses AJAX effectively.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:26 AM  

  • Seattle Mariner FeedMachine

    By Blogger Monk Mojo, at 1:18 AM  

  • What about Jamendo ?

    Jamendo hosts Creative Commons music and distribute it using BitTorrent !

    Jamendo have tags, reviews, blog scriptlets.

    Jamendo uses Ajax to show the spreading of the P2P downloads :

    By Blogger Laurent KRATZ, at 3:12 AM  

  • I think you should also count in's free email service. It really has an awesome mail interface. Better than Gmail, I think. :)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:35 AM  

  • And what about ? It's a mixure of Google and

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:47 AM  


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:12 AM  

  • There is a great website called that allows you to search the web.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:57 AM  

  • Put it on my site: too!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:18 AM  

  • another missing web2.0 application for aggregating your personal content, please add to the list,

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:01 AM  

  • Another one -, the visual bookmarks, social shopping thing.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:11 AM  

  • Also for this list: RawSugar

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:02 PM  

  • Here is a new one for you:

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:47 PM  

  • One of my favorites is Library Thing:

    Catalog your library -- nice interface, too!

    By Anonymous lisathelibrarian, at 7:10 PM  

  • Nice list!

    How about
    It allows you to build beautiful sites with all the web 2.0 features (photos, blog, etc).

    By Anonymous Hajela, at 9:29 PM  

  • ESBN.ORG is a new Web 2.0 start-up that allows authors and bloggers to generate ESBN copyright IDs that serve as branded identifiers for individuals or companies developing or publishing electronic content or media.

    Electronic Standard Book Number (ESBN) is the unique identifier of electronic media. ESBNs are recognized worldwide by electronic publishing companies and electronic content providers.

    By Blogger Chris Matthieu, at 10:44 PM  

  • This one is missing:

    By Blogger tagtooga, at 10:31 AM  

  • Thx for the list :) is really useful.

    By Anonymous Refik, at 5:37 PM  

  • Thanks for your great post. So useful that I started a blog with the objective of traducing to french some articles I find interesting to share them with the french speaking community!

    By Anonymous jamalak, at 8:59 PM  

  • Check out BillMonk!

    By Anonymous cray, at 4:51 AM  

  • i think not completed yet before adding my own ajax based blog site, now its complete.

    By Anonymous nothingrows, at 4:53 AM  

  • Check out Strategic Board.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:19 AM  

  • Can anybody provide me a definition of what "Web 2.0" means? I have yet to find one.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:57 PM  

  • Anonymous - "Web 2.0" doesn't mean anything. It is a hyped-up buzzword.

    Roughly translated, a "Web 2.0 application" could be described as a "pretty cool website".

    That, as far as I can tell, is about all there is to it.

    Wikipedia has an article. I would also say Wikipedia fits the "pretty cool website" category.

    By Anonymous tjwood, at 11:52 AM  

  • There was an earlier post on web 2.0 apps listed at

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:31 AM  

  • This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

    By Blogger Online Degree, at 12:05 AM  

  • Basically a long list of cool websites that everyone thinks are cool. I like it :-)

    By Blogger Online Degree, at 12:10 AM  

  • Soon, the complete list will be here:

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:41 PM  


    (just dugg)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:58 PM  

  • thinkfree office online?

    A web based version of open office. Looks good, works good.:D

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:20 AM  

  • what about the new place to share information about company computer problems which allow users to get away with great price bargains ,that is, until the company discovers their problem.You can online buy many thing dirt cheap but only for even a few hours because many companies catch on to their os problems. Once u got the price they cant get it back. Its their loss. Log in and get a bargain before its 2 late..

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:44 AM  

  • The correct address to writeboard seems to be

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:39 PM  

  • nice post. but um, :)

    from her site: "eHub is a constantly updated list of web applications, services, resources, blogs or sites with a focus on next generation web (web 2.0), social software, blogging, Ajax, Ruby on Rails, location mapping, open source, folksonomy, design and digital media sharing"


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:08 PM  

  • 24SevenOffice is a web-based ERP/CRM solution.

    By Blogger Sleepyhead, at 8:24 AM  

  • you forgot wankr

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:18 PM  

  • see 200 web 2.0 applications

    By Blogger Juan Diego Polo, at 5:17 PM  

  • A brand new 2.0 search engine Kratia a search engine based on user votes.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:54 PM  

  • Hi Rian,
    Please add Rrove ( We are a social bookmark service for locations. With Rrove, you get two bookmarklets that you can use to save addresses as you get maps for them through Google, Y!, etc.


    By Blogger David, at 8:52 PM  

  • you've forget this ;)

    By Anonymous geraldo, at 4:48 AM  

  • Gibbity -- is that game hot or not?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:37 PM  

  • One more: Alesti RSS Reader, an ajax based web feed reader/aggregator.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:58 AM  

  • Great list! I'd like to add FeedCraft for RSS feed creation and management.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:17 PM  

  • - Secure community-corporate blogging and biz networking.

    By Blogger vassko, at 12:39 PM  

  • The Visual Thesaurus is a dictionary and thesaurus with an intuitive interface that encourages exploration and learning. Available in both a Desktop Edition and an Online Edition, the Visual Thesaurus is a marvelous way to improve your vocabulary and your understanding of the English language.

    By Blogger dylan k., at 12:43 PM  

  • No FURL?

    By Blogger Blog Host, at 12:27 PM  

  • theadcloud is a free service where you can publish local tagified ads on as many cities as you want. There are no fixed categories and if your city isn't listed there you can add it by yourself. Give it a try :)

    By Anonymous theadcloud, at 6:27 PM  

  • Aidpage

    A global platform for free mutual aid and support.

    Aidpage, Inc.
    23 Vernon Street
    Brookline, Massachusetts 02446

    By Blogger Emil Sotirov, at 10:20 AM  

  • also - a social bookmarking place that has tools to help websites and bloggers get better and faster search for their readers!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:45 AM  

  • FeedLounge is a web 2.0 feed reader.

    By Blogger Alex King, at 2:30 PM  

  • You forget to mention - good address book + notes. You can sync it with Outlook & Thunderbird, and also have web-access

    By Blogger Alex Ott, at 5:13 AM  

  • By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:32 PM  

  • Please include e-Messenger ! It's a service offering web-based messaging on MSN, AOL and Yahoo platform: the new e-Messenger client is fully AJAX-based (

    By Anonymous eMessenger, at 4:04 AM  

  • Missing: loopnote

    The guys who created this have a blog here: Not much info yet, but I've heard that it has to do with notifications and is RoR-based.

    By Anonymous johnboy, at 1:06 PM  

  • tagging the planet

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:33 PM  

  • Crisscross is a global news network with a built in social network that allows readers to share their goals and favorites.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:43 AM  

  • By Blogger Lux, at 5:15 PM  

  • Great list! I'd like to suggest adding BlinkBits to the list. BlinkBits is where you can share, discover and discuss any topic from anywhere. It combined elements of delicious, rss feed reader and wikipedia.

    Best regards

    By Blogger crashlmc, at 10:40 AM  

  • You missed TeleAuth. It's a web-service for telephone based authentication.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:33 PM  

  • Take a look at VCarious. It has travel journals, user-driven travel guides, a google maps Mashup, and other social networking services.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:23 PM  

  • WinLIKE is missing - a Web2.0 Window Manager: WinLIKE for real windows on web applications or websites. It is compatible to all languages such as PHP, ASP, .NET or technologies like AJAX.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:15 AM  

  • is missing from the list. Please add it.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:13 PM  

  • When you update this list add Http://

    By Blogger dev@pushcrm, at 2:52 PM  

  • I would also suggest MECANBE - great concept!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:25 PM  

  • ESBN.ORG is a Web 2.0 Copyright and DRM startup.

    An Electronic Standard Book Number (ESBN) is the unique identifier of electronic content and media. ESBNs are recognized worldwide by electronic publishing companies and electronic content providers. ESBNs are simple and quick to generate and serve as branded identifier or copyright for individuals or companies developing electronic content and media.

    ESBNs are assigned and managed by ESBN.ORG. Media IDs can be manually requested or dynamically generated using web service calls by registered ESBN members.

    By Blogger Chris Matthieu, at 10:53 AM  

  • There's a great list at Techcrunch, Listable and EHub.

    Also, check out some more at

    I have listed some less well-known ones like carbonamde and fluxiom and netjaxer and thinkfree.

    By Blogger Saul Weiner, at 2:00 PM  

  • Check out - a really neat map based housing search app.

    By Anonymous Slam Walters, at 8:34 PM  

  • You missed out, a web2.0 app for the investor community.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:56 AM  

  • 900+ Web 2.0 Sites in 50+ categories : Categorized Lists : eConsultant has included most of the sites mentioned in the comments.

    By Blogger eConsultant, at 7:05 PM  

  • want to suggest

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:29 PM  

  • Well thought out list, how bout considering TravBuddy, a site where users can share travel blogs, photos, and reviews.

    By Anonymous David, at 6:51 PM  

  • By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:40 PM  

  • Missing (the #1 porn 2.0 site):

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:28 PM  

  • Expecting the fullscreen planet viewer here -

    By Anonymous noiv, at 10:04 AM  

  • Check out for social media bookmarking.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:48 PM  

  • check out the following site:

    web 2.0 logo + digg + delicious + ...

    By Anonymous greg, at 5:29 PM  

  • Since we're all adding to the list - I'll throw in Touchstone - A client-side heads-up-display that allows web 2.0 apps to reach the user with updates and alerts when the browser is closed.

    By Blogger Chris, at 5:26 AM  

  • add sugarcrm -

    By Anonymous Gil, at 2:27 PM  

  • Brand new to the market...

    By Anonymous Tim Grahl, at 2:07 PM  

  • would fit nicely between digg and delicious. :)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:32 AM  

  • Jobby - Resume and Skills Tracker

    Jobby is a new way to think about resumes that lets you show off your qualifications and make it easy for hiring mangers to find you.

    By Anonymous Jobby, at 5:02 PM  

  • Nice list. here's another that you missed. is a free, web-based collaboration site that combines a feature-rich meeting room with real-time whiteboard functionality. Supports up to 20 users per session and includes 1-click screen capture, photo slideshow and session persistence.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:35 PM  


    Instant blogs using Ajax

    By Anonymous ray, at 8:56 AM  


    Instant blogs using Ajax

    By Anonymous ray, at 8:57 AM  

  • By Blogger logdy, at 1:55 PM  

  • Missing application/service: SocialDust.
    Please add it.

    By Anonymous Rhadamanth, at 11:04 AM  

  • check out MeX Browser - create mp3 playlists

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:57 PM  

  • Perhaps you could include Qube too.

    Nice list anyway. :)

    By Anonymous Ryan C, at 5:19 AM  

  • Nice list!
    Some further suggestions:
    1. 16 Bugs (Bug tracking)
    2. Sevenload (German Media Site)
    3. Jumpcat (Video cutting)
    4. Webaroo (Offline search)

    By Anonymous Flo Feigenbutz, at 11:16 AM  

  • Check out

    Best of Web 2.0 sites ranked by actual users. Drag & drop sites to desired spot in the list and submit rankings. Overall rankings reflect cumulative average of all user submissions. Recommend a new site as well..

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:01 PM  

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    By Blogger Welt-Blick, at 11:41 AM  

  • Nice list an big thanks!


    By Blogger Welt-Blick, at 11:43 AM  

  • Here's another suggestion:

    Employment Site - TalentSpy

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:31 PM  

  • CoreBlox provides Channel Services Management

    Integrates with

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:13 AM  

  • The following info maybe useful to you:

    EditGrid - spreadsheets on-the-web

    Users can work together and see updates in real-time, import/export in common spreadsheet formats, html, csv, and very good permalink support.

    By Anonymous Tony Sung, at 11:39 AM  

  • Nice List.

    I would suggest adding TheBroth - The Global Mosaic

    A massively multiplayer Web 2.0 application where players can move 1,000 colorful tiles to form collaborative mosaic artworks.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:13 PM  

  • A new community site for book and music lovers:

    By Anonymous Caili, at 1:49 AM  


    Mobile meta portal

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:19 PM  


    Mobile meta portal

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:20 PM  

  • World Air Carriers done in searchable AJAX

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:27 PM  

  • D.E.H. Software's Recommend It! has just been released. The site is a social bookmarking site with an emphasis on allowing people to recommend sites and services to other users. There is also a watchlist feature that allows for you to follow other users recommendations.

    By Blogger David Hurth, at 10:21 PM  

  • How about Atlas powered by Fresh Logic Studios?

    By Anonymous Shawn Miller, at 5:23 PM  

  • Passport photos by would make it to thie (complete?!) list?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:23 AM  

  • A new digg like for gamers : open today in beta.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:25 AM  

  • is pretty Web 2.0

    By Blogger Green Elephant, at 4:15 AM  

  • What this list is missing are applications that help businesses develop Web 2.0 sites to cultivate customer relationships. By Web 2.0, I don't mean dotbomb part deux, I mean 2.0 as the whole idea of evolving beyond static to interactive ; using all of the available new tools and philosophies to engage visitors and communicate with them.

    SiteKreator Business Edition,, gives a powerful voice to the little guys (consultants, artists, services, and SMBs). The hosted suite helps them instantly build, publish, and host pro-quality and engaging Web 2.0 sites (integrated blogs, forums, forms, mailing lists, etc.) – all for the same price as commodity Web hosting.

    By Blogger Brian Solis, at 4:37 PM  

  • Here is a new one for Small Business Sales Management:

    By Anonymous Nick, at 6:49 AM  

  • This one is missing in the list: Wishlistr.

    By Anonymous Rez, at 1:37 PM  

  • Hi! Good list.
    I presume you'll like to add, a free online utility to resize, shrink and email your digital photo images to friends and others.


    By Anonymous Juan, at 7:12 PM  

  • Might we humbly suggest the blueorganizer? The blueorganizer Firefox extension integrates with many popular sites and services to allow users to collect, tag, and manage their favorite things like books, music and movies right inside the browser. Welcome to to request to participate in private beta.

    By Blogger adaptiveblue, at 1:38 PM  

  • great list, please add and

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:22 PM  

  • Introducing free DutchPIPE alpha 0.1:
    Turn sites into virtual multi-user environments

    PHP version 5 & AJAX

    With DutchPIPE open source software, web developers can make virtual
    multi-user environments. Each web page becomes an abstracted
    environment or location where visitors and other items on the page are
    visualized. This status is retained as visitors move around. A lot of
    real-time interaction is possible. The result: Persistent Interactive
    Page Environments. DutchPIPE uses AJAX and the DOM for the browser -
    it works without Java, Flash, plugin or firewall adjustments. On the
    server, PHP 5 is used.

    To see what it implies:

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:17 PM  

  • Here's another new one: The Best Stuff in the World!. Enjoy!!

    By Anonymous Adrian, at 5:35 AM  

  • For finding pickup games and players in your zip code. Great for contacting people and organizing basketball, poker, tennis or any game.

    Pickup Game

    please consider...thanks

    By Blogger, at 2:01 AM  

  • Web 2.0 Web Stats:

    By Blogger Dan Grossman, at 7:25 PM  

  • Another one...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:37 AM  

  • Online password manage, log into websites with one click.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:33 AM  

  • We recently launched our Video Bookmarking site, uLinkx.

    uLinkx can best be explained as a web based media bookmarking tool for organizing all your favorite Videos and Music. It’s the hub of all media related activities like dynamic searching of videos and music, tagging and bookmarking them and finally sharing them with other users.

    More on ulinkx at:


    By Anonymous uLinkx Team, at 3:46 AM  

  • Great list. Thank yoi for your work!
    Tom -

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:37 AM  

  • Great list. Thank yoi for your work!
    Greets Tom

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:40 AM  

  • MyOutdoors.Net is another new Web 2.0 site. It lets you create maps and journals and in a sense blog your adventures geo style.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:33 PM  

  • Great list!

    Here's a group trip planning site that you should add:

    Great site to plan, coordinate and share group travel plans for family reunions, destination weddings, girls weekends, golf trips, sports team travel, etc.

    Also check out the travel blog at:

    Happy Travels!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:06 PM  

  • Online Employee and Project Time tracking Application

    By Blogger Derek Organ, at 6:34 AM  

  • Thx for this helpful list!

    By Anonymous Volker, at 9:34 AM  

  • Good list, here's an other one. Shared and Enjoy!

    14Dayz, the simple web 2.0 tracker for teams that just works.

    By Anonymous 14Dayz, at 3:56 PM  

  • here:
    415 web 2.0 applications:

    415 applications

    By Blogger Juan Diego Polo, at 9:18 PM  

  • would you mind adding this site? It's a social networking site that gets users a little more deeply in contact with each other, based on things they've done in the past.

    there is a press release page on it:

    By Blogger danmanphishfan, at 12:11 PM  

  • the last part of that url got cut off... it ends with


    By Blogger danmanphishfan, at 12:16 PM  

  • Great list! Here's another new one that just launched...


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:20 PM  

  • I have another one to add: Toggl is online time and meeting tracking software.


    By Blogger Toggl Team, at 6:09 AM  

  • Another one can be added to the list:


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:59 PM  

  • Very impressive!

    A staple for me is

    Lets you aggregate all your separate profiles, messengers, email addy's with one (or more) IDs. I've got one I use as a web design portfolio, another for family-related stuff.

    One really cool feature is that it lets you view how popular particular networks are among your friends so you know where to spend your time.

    You can publish your ID and info as an RSS feed so friends have an auto updating feed of your info, profiles and links.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:36 PM  

  • You forgot Rally Point for HOAs (

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:16 PM  

  • Have a look at and

    By Anonymous Aksana, at 7:27 PM  

  • Try Free Poll's. They are ajax driven and very simple. You can also add the polls to myspace and blogs. Add your Free Ajax Poll Today at

    By Anonymous Chris, at 4:54 AM  

  • Have a look at
    It's a post-it like notes organizer.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:25 PM  

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