web2.0

A collection of 9 posts

Apr 16, 2008

Extra, extra, read all about it!

As of yesterday, I’m the new (and first) web2.0 columnist for Austrian (German-speaking) online weekly CHiLLi.cc. I’ll do my best to bring all the greatness of webbased service glory

May 3, 2007

And last.fm just won

The two biggest players in the social music world, Last.FM and Pandora, have been fighting for the love of music lovers worldwide for about two years. While both approaches to the same

Dec 17, 2006

And the award goes to...

You! Apparently. As the year comes to an end, many publications create their lists of best and worst and hippest and lamest and what else you can cram into lists. TIME Magazine is

Jul 16, 2006

Last.fm redesign

Last.fm, a website that lets you upload information about your listening habits, and then helps you find new music and connect with like-tasted people, has just undergone a face-lift. The design comes

Jul 14, 2006

Zooomr 2.0 coming

Zooomr, once one-man show, photo sharing, Flickr-clone-accused, prototypical web 2.0 service is going to launch its new version tonight. I haven’t tested the service thoroughly yet, but they do offer a

Jun 8, 2006

LibraryThing mobile

Well, since everyone and their Grandma are pushing towards content on mobile phones, it doesn’t exactly come as a surprise that LibraryThing, everybody’s favourite online library and cataloguing service, can now

Apr 12, 2006

LibraryThing in realtime

Check out this page where you can see the books being added to LibraryThing, greatest online library service on the web (where else, right?), in realtime. As Tim Spalding puts it in his

Apr 4, 2006

Box.net

Once in a while I like showcasing new webservices I’m infatuated with. If you’ve come for the inane chatter usually prevalent in this spot, just skip this entry. More of that

Feb 5, 2006

Newsvine

I’ve recently been the happy recipient of an invite for Newsvine, (thanks, Chris J!) a still closed beta venture, which is something I’ll simply have to start a new sentence for