Wednesday, November 4, 2009

FIND + SHARE

Use the comments of this post to share links to sites, articles or videos that are relevant to our projects and the principles of Web 2.0, or that are just plain awesome, whatever your criteria may be! We will then share and discuss our links regularly in class.

42 comments:

  1. I thought this article on the financial issue with web 2.0 was interesting though the article is from january. It introduces sarcastically the idea of web 3.0

    web 3.0

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  2. Check out this cool croud-sourcing GPS application. It is completely free (though they offer a paid service for more features) and the data is largely provided through users. People sync information about cell towers and wifi access points to the server to earn points that can translate to prizes (or even a free copy of the premium version).

    Here is their website.

    Here are some examples of the way the service works.

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  3. Compare Everywhere! Smart aggregation of existing technologies and data to create a new service. Smart.

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  4. Tochinot! Look up! Imagination! This Japanese man with awesome hair and a tight shiny black shirt charms his way through this presentation at TechCrunch. If you watch the Q&A at the end, notice Tim O'Reilly calling bullshit. Great concept though.

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  5. Visual representation of a collection or group of "stuff", and a pretty interesting way to organize/view them.

    The Buzz

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  6. Another interesting way to peruse through stuff; Not as search-oriented, but this "pile" has allows the viewer to view "beneath" the content.

    ThoughtPile

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  7. please look into downloading and even buying this software called JING.

    it essentially is a version of your screenshot abilities on a mac, but allows you to take videos too. this has come in handy when creating my presentation (so i can get around using flash to animate). pretty interesting regardless. pro is only 14.95 a year, and worth the money to alleviate the issues that come with the free trial.

    it is free upfront though!

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  8. please notice the webpage title at the top of your browser or when its in a tab. love it. i think this is hilarious.

    Fudge (under construction)

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  9. This shit is bananas, might just help you learns some stuff. I use it quite often for css, but it knows other things as well.

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  10. click, expand, and push everything else outta the way!

    Molho.tv

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  11. expanding columns and a sweet map that moves around your mouse.

    Lake Nona

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  12. This is pretty simple, but I saw it last year and liked how it worked. (Apparently a lot of other people did too, the owner posts in his blog a lot about people ripping off his idea.) A horizontal scroll site done without any flash-- but with a nice smooth pan, and some cool graphic transitions.

    sursly.com

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  15. this website is beautifully displays connections.

    Lormindo

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  16. This is a good resource site for actionscript 2.0 and 3.0. Alot of good demos and stuff.

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  17. Anyone interested in using Java Script accordions in their websites, check out Accordion v2.0. The free download includes code, how to create vertical and horizontal accordions, nest accordions within accordions, and customize them.

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  18. Nice
    http://www.kuwait.prokr.net/cleaning-conditioners/
    http://www.kuwait.prokr.net/

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