Archives for “Internet”

Cogmap is an interesting site that takes organization charts to a whole new level. Claiming itself to be the "Wikipedia of organization charts," anyone can ...


Vivabit, the company behind the popular @media conference for web design professionals, has launched Event Wax, a product they personally use to organize and book ...


When shopping online, I like to research my options heavily. I search Amazon, Froogle, NewEgg, and social shopping sites. I bookmark all of my findings ...


Plugoo is a neat widget that allows visitors to chat directly from your website to your Instant Messenger. With other embeddable chat services, such as ...


Glue is a new service by Squad that lets users publish and share content on the web using a mobile device or web browser. It ...


Finally, Part 3 of the “Back to School with the Class of Web 2.0” series is here. During the last few weeks I have researched ...


This is part two of the "Back to School with the Class of Web 2.0" series. In this article, I will cover web-based alternatives to ...


With the start of the new school year, many teachers and students are seeking new products and technologies to help them through their upcoming academics. ...


Squirl is a new site designed for passionate collectors that want to share collections on the web and meet people with similar interests. What I ...


SimpleSeating is a new Web 2.0 product, currently in private beta, for seating arrangement and chart creation. It aims to simplify the process by providing ...


Popurls has quickly grown to be one of my favorite websites helping me keep track what's buzzing around the web. It's a simple site that ...


Menutopia is a new restaurant review community launched last week bringing thousands of United States restaurants and menus to your computer. Menutopia offers its users ...


Crazy Egg, the highly anticipated click tracking service from ACS, launched today. With Crazy Egg, users install a code on their website to track every ...


Loowa, launched earlier this month, is a nice and simple social networking site. At first impression, Loowa seems to be a site similar to Who ...


Traineo, launched yesterday, is a weight loss and fitness site designed to help track and reach your weight loss goals. If you've tried to lose ...


Del.icio.us has redesigned yet again, and just when I was starting to get used to the last change! Only the main page of del.icio.us has ...


Crowdstorm, currently in private beta, is a social shopping site that uses buzz to determine the popularity of a product. The goal of Crowdstorm is ...


VideoJug, launched into public beta two days ago, is a site with the aim of creating a place where you can find and share advice, ...


I've been meaning to write about this product for some time now but haven't had the chance to really take a good look at it ...


If you are a student, take a look at Stu.dicio.us, a new service designed for students that helps with organization and notetaking. Claimed to be ...


Diigo, known for its social annotation, finally went public yesterday. The service aims to turn the web writable allowing users to privately or publicly annotate ...


Adaptiveblue has recently launched the public beta of Blueorganizer, a Firefox extension designed to help you organize and bookmark content on the web. I've been ...


Tick is a new web application in private beta for the service industry, or any industry really, that provides a simple way to track time ...


Update: More invites available! You may use the same link that's in the post. Sorry to anyone that missed it earlier. Now is your chance! ...


Emurse is a recently launched service which has me pretty excited that allows users to easily create and maintain a professional and hosted resume. The ...