As some of you may know, I have been accepted to the Web 2.0 Workgroup not too long ago. As time has passed, more and more excellent sites covering Web 2.0 have been added and has now reached 20 sites. The group is young, but growing fast. TechCrunch has created a list of the sites and wrote about it. Below are the members of the Web 2.0 Workgroup:

Category Sites
Analysis & Trends Read/WriteWeb, Dion Hinchcliffe, Susan Mernit’s Blog, Web 2.0 Explorer
Companies & Products TechCrunch, eHub
Design & Usability WeBreakStuff, Bokardo, ParticleTree, Emily Chang
VC & Business Jeff Clavier, Nivi
Podcasting PodTech, Web 2.0 Show
Tech & Development Programmable Web, CrunchNotes, Librarystuff
Commentary Scripting News, HorsePigCow

Hope some of the sites in the group are new to you. They are all definitely worth checking out. It has been an honor being part of such a nice selection of websites and I hope that our readers appreciate the group and like our coverage of Web 2.0. It also appears that the workgroup is still looking for some blogs, so head on over to TechCrunch and make note.


4 Comments on “Web 2.0 Workgroup reaches 20 Blogs”

  1. TechCrunch » Web 2.0 WorkGroup Now Has 20 Blogs says:

    [...] rite Web, Dave Winer, Steven Cohen, Programmable Web, Susan Mernit, Bokardo, Jeff Clavier, Brian Benzinger.

    Tags: web20workgroup, web2.0, web+2.0, opml [...]

  2. Chris says:

    Congrats! Ironically, both this site and the web 2.0 workgroup have lately become two of my favorite stops on the web. Seems like a perfect marriage to me!

    For those of you reading this who haven’t really embraced the 2.0 workgroup yet, it’s a WONDERFUL resource that features blogs and information from some of the most talented people around…Better yet, they’re the people who are changing the web, and you can get their thoughts and insights throughout these very exciting times!

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  4. NewDemokrat says:

    Thanks! Good site! Cool!