Sunday, January 14, 2007



  1. YouTube: YouTube is a popular free video sharing Web site which lets users upload, view, and share video clips.

  2. Meta Cafe: Metacafe - Get the best internet videos - Funny videos, Amazing clips, Rare movies

  3. Vimeo:
    Share your video clips. Upload video that you shoot with your digital
    camera, mobile phone, or camcorder. Share video by linking to Vimeo.

  4. Daily Motion Publish, tag, organize and share your video clips.

  5. Imeem:
    imeem is a social media service where users interact with each other by
    watching, posting, and sharing content of all media types, including
    blogs, photos, audio, and video. In one sense, imeem is a media-centric
    social network service, and in another sense, it is also a user
    participation service for online content.

  6. ClipShack:
    ClipShack is a community for videophiles; a destination where people
    can post their video for general public viewing and comment, share
    clips with friends and family, post video to blogs, share...

  7. vSocial: The fastest, easiest way to upload, watch and share your favorite video clips.

  8. Jumpcut:
    The best place to create, remix and share movies and slideshows online.
    There's nothing else like it. Jumpcut Makes Movies, Simple.

  9. Video Bomb:
    Video Bomb filters up the hottest videos on the internet: people submit
    links to the 'Incoming!' page and you bomb the best ones. If a video
    gets a lot of bombs quickly, it makes it to the front...

  10. eyeSpot:
    Shoot, Mix, and Share your Video. Use the eyespot Mixer to edit and
    combine your videos, music and photos online! Share your video and
    mixes with the world for Free

  11. revver : Upload, share videos

  12. Avidbeauty:
    Avid Beauty is an entertainment community for iPod users. We offer iPod
    downloads which are available in playlists known as Podcasts. We also
    offer Flickr photo, YouTube video and LiveJournal integration into your
    member profile.


    Generate custom streaming music stations with by searching for
    and tagging your favorite artists. Build your own library and search
    the libraries of others to find who likes the same music as you

  2. Musicovery: Discover new music based on your mood, this free webradio let you browse music styles and epochs

  3. converts RSS feeds into podcasts via TextToSpeech. Many languages supported.

  4. MusicStrands:
    Search MusicStrands to discover new music. Listen to samples, then tag
    good tracks and exile the ones you don't like to get clear
    recommendations, either on site or with an optional iTunes plugin. Then
    purchase music from a variety of vendors.

  5. PODZINGER: PODZINGER - the world's premiere audio and video search engine

  6. Upto11:
    Using tags and rankings, Upto11 suggests new music for you. Create and
    share your recommendations, tags, and playlists via a personal user

  7. Pandora: Pandora is the music discovery service that helps you find new music based on your old and current favorites


  1. Meebo:
    meebo, the web messenger that lets you access IM from absolutely
    anywhere. meebo supports msn, yahoo, aol/aim, google talk (gtalk),
    jabber and icq

  2. Joopz:
    Allows users to send text messages from the Web to both individuals and
    groups, while enabling recipients to respond directly to the
    originating PC or Mac. Joopz web texts can be sent from any web-enabled
    device worldwide to any U.S. or Canadian mobile phone.

  3. campfire:
    Simple, Web-based group chat for businesses, Campfire allows real-time
    sharing, editing, and collaboration for team members in a secure,
    password-protected chat.

  4. Goowy:
    is a web based application offering free web and flash email service
    that enables you instant messaging, email, chat and much more

  5. Gizmo:
    Gizmo Project uses your internet connection (broadband or dial-up) to
    make calls to other computers. With the click of a mouse, you’re
    connected to friends, family, and colleagues anywhere on earth. It’s
    just that simple. You talk clearly. For as long as you want. For free.

  6. eBuddy:
    web based messaging for everyone, everywhere. e-Messenger is a web
    application that enables you to chat with your MSN, AOL and Yahoo
    buddies without having to install any program or Java applet.

  7. e-messenger:
    Online messaging from eBuddy is a web messenger application which
    supports MSN, Yahoo and AIM (AOL). When your school or office has
    blocked IM you can use the web version of eBuddy with any standard
    JavaScript enabled browser, even behind a firewall.

    eBuddy is a web messenger application which supports MSN, Yahoo and AIM
    (AOL). When your school or office has blocked IM you can use the web
    version of eBuddy with any standard JavaScript enabled browser, even
    behind a firewall.

Images Photos

  1. Flickr: The best way to stor, search, sort and share your photos

  2. Zooomr:Universally the best way to share, search, store and sort your photos online.

  3. Slide:

  4. zoto

  5. 23HQ:Are your photos stuck on your hard drive, instead of being shared with the people who matter to you?

  6. Mybloop: MyBloop - sharing pictures, audio, and video for free, whithout storage limits and additional software to install


  1. Blogger: your easy-to-use web site, where you can quickly post thoughts, interact with people, and more

  2. Weblogs, Inc: Creating trade weblogs across niche industries in which user participation is an essential component of the resulting product.

  3. BlogCode: is a fast, easy and intuitive source of blog
    recommendations based on the model. It allows you to
    start with your favourite weblog (or perhaps even your own) and find...

    lets you keep an eye on your favorite weblogs via the web and email.
    you can even put the list on your site: a blogroll that knows what is

  5. BlogLines: a FREE online service for searching, subscribing, creating and sharing news feeds, blogs and rich web content.


  1. Digg:
    Digg is all about user powered content. Everything is submitted and
    voted on by the digg community. Share, discover, bookmark, and promote
    stuff that's important to you!

  2. A social bookmarks manager. Using bookmarklets, you can add bookmarks to your list and categorize them

  3. Reddit:
    Reddit is a source for what's new and popular online. reddit learns
    what you like as you vote on existing links or submit your own!

  4. StumbleUpon:
    StumbleUpon uses thumbs up and down ratings to form collaborative
    opinions on website quality. When you stumble, you will only see pages
    which friends and like–minded stumblers have liked

  5. Blinklist: Real people with shared interests list the websites they care about. Rate sites you like or save them for later.

  6. Blummy:
    A free tool for quick access to your favorite web services via your
    bookmark toolbar, Blummy lets you add and customize widgets that do
    practically anything: add pictures to Flickr, submit sites to, look up text in WIkipedia. Choose from hundreds of custom
    "blummlets" or create your own.

  7. Techcrunch:
    TechCrunch is a blog about Web 2.0 products companies, many of
    the posts written by Michael Arrington. The blog's first post was on
    June 11, 2005

  8. Furl:
    Make your favorite web bookmarks accessible from anywhere with Furl's
    lightweight bookmarklet. Furl allows you to easily save, take notes on
    and share the links you've stored, or browse others' most popular
    bookmarks to find new and interesting things.

  9. Spurl:
    Never lose track of a web site again with Spurl's free on-line
    bookmarking service and search engine. Spurl stores addresses quickly
    for easy access with a one-click bookmarklet and provides
    recommendations for new content based on your preferences

  10. Trailfire: Bookmaking sharing software.


  1. Jajah:
    jah is a VoIP (Voice over IP) provider, founded by Austrians Roman
    Scharf and Daniel Mattes in 2005[1]. The Jajah headquarters are located
    in Mountain View, CA, USA, and Luxembourg. Jajah maintains a
    development centre in Israel.

  2. skype: It’s free to download and free to call other people on Skype. Skype the number one voice over ip software

  3. Private Phone: a free local phone number with voicemail and messages you can check online or from any phone.

Games Sketching

  1. Trendio: is an online prediction market. Users, instead of buying
    stock in companies with real money, buy stock in certain news subjects
    with fake money. Words available include those from the world of
    politics, sport, and entertainment. The more the word appears in the
    news, the higher the value of the stock. Currently, the site uses about
    3,000 online internet sources to gauge the value of each word.

  2. GameSnips: online games list, digg style. voting for each game, sort lists by latest or by votes

  3. Pictaps: Roxik Pictaps - Draw a Character and Watch It Dance in 3D

  4. Broadcast Game:
    The objective of the Broadcast game is to connect all of the terminals
    and cables on the grid to the central hub by fixing their orientations.
    All you need to do is click and rotate the cables, the terminals, or
    the hub.

    : Ever wanted to add bling to your iomages? Pikpimp is a relly cool
    ajax application that allows you to drop and drag objects on your
    image. Save the image and add to your site!

  6. Mainada: How aobut Comic Sketch (thanks Tiago)


  1. Wikipedia: The biggest multilingual free-content encyclopedia on the Internet. Over two million articles and still growing.

  2. LittleWiki:
    LittleWiki is a Web site where you can create public and private wiki
    pages. A Wiki is a Web site where anyone can enter and edit content.
    That means you can post and edit information about virtually anything
    you wish, and you can read what others have posted too.

  3. Wetpaint:
    Wetpaint powers websites that tap the power of collaborative thinking.
    The heart of the Wetpaint advantage is its ability to allow anyone —
    especially those without technical skill — to create and contribute to
    websites written for and by those who share a passion or interest. To
    do this, Wetpaint combines the best aspects of wikis, blogs, forums and
    social networks so anyone can click and type on the web.

  4. JotSpot:
    Create and share wiki pages with a WYSIWYG editor via Jotspot's secure
    wiki hosting. Install various "applications" to refine your wiki
    content - project manager, company directory, blog, forum, poll,
    calendar, and more - then invite others to contribute

  5. PBWiki:
    Make a free, password protected wiki as easily as a peanut butter
    sandwich. Easily upload HTML, link files to your pages, integrate RSS,
    and more.

Office Tools

  1. Zoho Office Suite: Online Word Processor

  2. Google Docs Spreadsheets:
    With Google Docs Spreadsheets, you can: * Use our online editor
    to format documents, spell-check and more. * Upload Word documents,
    OpenOffice, RTF, HTML or text. * Download...

  3. Num Sum: Easy, Sharable Web Spreadsheets

  4. Dictinary : Online dictionary

    Be ahead of the rest with Notifyr is an easy to use tool
    which lets anybody easily receive instant updates on any web page
    around the world. is ideal for those who want instant
    information on new stock, or new product release information. Best of
    all it's free - and always will be

  6. ThinkFree Office:
    Have you ever wanted to edit an Excel spreadsheet on a Linux system?
    Have you ever wanted to show your colleagues a presentation on a
    computer not equipped with Powerpoint? Would you like to be able...

  7. Numly: Numly is a web 2.0 startup offering next generation copyright and DRM licensing services for all things digital.

  8. gOffice: Free online word processor, outpput can be pdf or html letters, allows personalization in letter templates..


  1. FeedBurner:
    FeedBurner helps bloggers, podcasters and commercial publishers get
    more value from the content they create. Our advanced feed management
    technology deftly delivers subscription services for...

  2. Feed Digest:
    Feed Digest is a parser, regenerator, and syndicator for, and of, RSS
    and Atom feeds. It lets you do things like put the content of RSS or
    Atom feeds on your own site(s).

  3. Attensa:
    Attensa, Inc. is a venture backed software company developing RSS
    readers, online RSS aggregators, enterprise RSS servers and RSS
    infrastructure software that automatically and intelligently delivers...

  4. Tiny Tiny RSS:
    Tiny Tiny RSS is a web-based news feed aggregator, designed to allow
    you to read news from any location, while feeling as close to a real
    desktop application as possible.

  5. Feed43: This free online service converts any web page to an RSS feed on the fly.

  6. Feed Mailer: feeds direct to your email. (thanks John)


  1. Gmail:
    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.

  2. 30 Gigs: is invite-only web-based email that offers, you guessed it, 30 gigabytes of space.

  3. Zookoda:
    is an email marketing application designed specifically for bloggers.
    Zookoda enables you to send a daily, weekly or monthly summary of your
    latest blog posts directly into your visitors inbox.

  4. Sprout:
    osted email management for your sales and support email. No IT
    department required. Mailroom can organize your email and suggest
    replies to save you time and keep you better in touch with your
    customers. There is nothing to setup and it takes only a minute to get

  5. Gawab: Offers a web mail service with a number of features. Supports POP/SMTP.


  1. NewsGator: Read all of your favorite news, websites and blogs all in one place.

    Keep track of breaking news with Newsvine: read "The Wire" for a direct
    stream of articles from the AP and ESPN, and read "The Vine" for
    Newsvine user submitted content and columns. Interact with other
    Newsvine readers by voting for and commenting on news, and
    write/maintain your own Newsvine column.

  3. Gabbr
    :Gabbr is a community-based social news and blogging network which
    allows users to save and share their favorite top news headlines and
    blog posts.

  4. wired: News site and magazine, covering technology, culture, business and politics.

  5. Clipmarks: Bite-size hiligh-lights on the web.

File Sharing

  1. Box.Net:
    Free online file storage and sharing from! Our internet storage
    service enables you to save, browse, share, retrieve files,
    photos, and documents ...

  2. AllPeers:Unleash
    your online experience and discover unlimited private sharing. Share
    private photos worry-free. No passwords to remember, no public access.
    Share your videos without uploading - save on hosting costs while
    saving time.No cumbersome interface. No sharing restriction. Private
    and secure. No spyware, no adware, no annoying advertisements.

  3. MailBigFile internet application for file sharing


  1. Live: Microsoft web 2.0 portal

  2. LinkedIn:
    is like Facebook for business professionals: Build yourself a business
    network to give you credibility in job searches and hiring, or use
    LinkedIn to reconnect or keep in touch with important business

  3. BaseCamp:
    Simple project management with to-do lists, milestones, time tracking,
    file sharing, calendars, and more. Basecamp is a solution for taking
    charge of communication, collaboration, and organization for projects
    big and small.

  4. Side Job Track:
    A job tracking application for independent contractors, Sidejobtrack
    creates and manages invoices for goods, services, and time, then
    produces monetary reports to track payments and income.

    searches hundreds of travel sites to give you the widest possible
    choice of flights and prices. It costs nothing to search and not a cent
    to book because we're not a travel agency.

  6. TravBuddy
    is a site for people who love to explore. You don't have to be
    traveling across the world to use this site. Maybe you just want to
    share advice about a local restaurant you enjoy, or perhaps last
    weekend you discovered an amazing new place to watch the sunset, right
    in your hometown. Whether you are exploring at home or exploring
    abroad, the art and joy of discovery is still the same. Something that
    is familiar to you might be amazing and new to someone who is visiting.

  7. Wayfaring is an interesting new site that lets you tag and create your own routes and places on Google maps

  8. Omnidrive:
    As the world's first complete storage aggregator, Omnidrive allows you
    to bring all your files and content together from your desktop, devices
    and the web onto a single space that's easily accessible from any

  9. ma.gnolia: Build your web site and build community online

  10. Ajaxian: Ajax related blog

  11. Web 2.0 Sites: web 2.0 sites directory, for all web 2.0 related services.

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