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    Netcipia

    Netcipia

    • Website category: Wiki farm
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Beta
    Netcipia is a free collaborative environnement integrated blog and wiki in the same space name a "place". You can create a public place or private place for your enterprise.

    7.25
    8 votes
    2
    Wired News

    Wired News

    • Website category: News
    • Website owner: Condé Nast Publications
    • Website status: Active
    Wired News is an online technology news website, formerly known as HotWired, that split off from Wired magazine when the magazine was purchased by Condé Nast Publishing in the 1990s. Wired News was owned by Lycos not long after the split, until Condé Nast purchased Wired News on July 11, 2006. Competition from sites like The Drudge Report and The Political Simpleton slightly decreased after the 2006 purchase, due to the increase in advertising revenue. Long separate, the site once again features content from the magazine. In addition to featuring content from Wired magazine, Wired.com hosts a collection of blogs focused on technology: Wired News publishes the Vaporware Awards, awarded to products they consider vaporware. One example is the video game Duke Nukem Forever, which began development in 1997. The game had won Wired News's Vaporware Awards numerous times. It placed second in 2000 and topped the list in 2001 and 2002. Wired News created the Vaporware Lifetime Achievement Award exclusively for Duke Nukem Forever and awarded it in 2003. George Broussard accepted the award, stating simply, "We're undeniably late and we know it." It did not make the list in 2004, but Leander
    7.86
    7 votes
    3
    AlterNet

    AlterNet

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    AlterNet, a project of the non-profit Independent Media Institute, is a progressive/liberal activist news service. Launched in 1998, AlterNet now claims a readership of over 3 million visitors per month (the web ratings service Quantcast estimates that it receives 1.3 million). AlterNet publishes original content as well as journalism from a wide variety of other sources. AlterNet states that its mission is to "inspire citizen action and advocacy on the environment, human rights and civil liberties, social justice, media, and health care issues." AlterNet's tagline is "The Mix is the Message." Founded in 1998, AlterNet publishes a combination of policy critiques, investigative reports and analysis, grassroots success stories and personal narratives. Its coverage emphasizes the discovery of solutions to social problems, and its editorial philosophy is "to uphold a commitment to fairness, equality and global stewardship, while making connections across generational, ethnic and issue lines." Coverage is sub-divided into several special sections related to progressive news and culture, including News & Politics, World, Economy, Civil Liberties, Immigration, Reproductive Justice,
    7.57
    7 votes
    4
    Identi.ca

    Identi.ca

    • Website category: Micro-blogging
    • Website owner: Control Yourself, Inc.
    • Website status: Active
    identi.ca is an open source social networking and micro-blogging service. Based on StatusNet, a micro-blogging software package built on the OStatus (formerly OpenMicroBlogging) specification, Identi.ca allows users to send text updates (known as "notices") up to 140 characters long. While similar to Twitter in both concept and operation, Identi.ca provides many features not currently implemented by Twitter, including XMPP support and personal tag clouds. In addition, Identi.ca allows free export and exchange of personal and "friend" data based on the FOAF standard; therefore, notices can be fed into a Twitter account or other service, and also ported in to a private system similar to Yammer. The service received more than 8,000 registrations and 19,000 updates within the first 24 hours of publicly launching on July 1, 2008, and reached its 1,000,000th notice on November 4, 2008. In January 2009, identi.ca received investment funds from venture capital group Montreal Start Up. On March 30, 2009, Control Yourself (since renamed StatusNet Inc) announced that Identi.ca was to become part of a hosted microblogging service called status.net to be launched in May 2009. Status.net offers
    7.43
    7 votes
    5
    Joystiq

    Joystiq

    • Website category: Blog
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    Joystiq is a video gaming blog founded in June 2004 as part of the Weblogs, Inc. (WIN) family of weblogs, now owned by AOL. It is AOL's primary video game blog, with sister blogs dealing with MMORPG gaming in general, and the popular MMORPG World of Warcraft in particular. As of early 2004, Weblogs, Inc. was seeking to add a blog to its repertoire for the sole purpose of covering news related to video games, as evidenced by the now-defunct The Video Games Weblog, founded 27 February 2004. On March 12, WIN CEO Jason Calacanis announced two spinoff projects: The Unofficial Playstation 3 Weblog and The Unofficial Xbox 2, both of which are now similarly retired, though they would set a precedent for the launching of Joystiq's Fanboy blogs in 2005. However, none of these three initial weblogs were ever aggressively marketed, and The Video Games Weblog made its final post on May 18, 2005, amassing 175 blog entries in total (a rather scant amount by Weblogs, Inc. standards). All three blogs are now listed as "On Hiatus/Retired" in the Weblogs, Inc. directory. As an interesting bit of trivia, David Touve, the primary contributor to these early blogs, would later act as Joystiq's features
    7.43
    7 votes
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    Jaiku

    Jaiku

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Jaiku, Ltd.
    • Website status:
    Jaiku was a social networking, micro-blogging and lifestreaming service comparable to Twitter. Jaiku was founded in February 2006 by Jyri Engeström and Petteri Koponen from Finland and launched in July of that year. It was purchased by Google on October 9, 2007. When Jaiku Ltd was an independent company, its head office was in Helsinki. Jaiku was created in February 2006 by Helsinki-based Jaiku Ltd. The founders of Jaiku chose the name because the posts on Jaiku resemble Japanese haiku. Also, the indigenous Sami people of Finland have traditionally shared stories by singing joiks. On January 14, 2009, it was announced that Google would be open-sourcing the product but would "no longer actively develop the Jaiku codebase" leaving development to a "passionate volunteer team of Googlers". On March 12, 2009, Jaiku was re-launched on Google's App Engine platform and on March 13, 2009 the source code to JaikuEngine (the open source equivalent of the jaiku.com codebase) was released. On October 14, 2011, Google announced they decided to shut down the Jaiku services by January 15, 2012. On November 29, 2011, a group of former users launched Jaikuarchive.com – The Jaiku Presence archiver
    8.17
    6 votes
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    Reddit

    Reddit

    • Website category: Social bookmarking
    • Website owner: Condé Nast Publications
    • Website status: Active
    Reddit /ˈrɛdɪt/, stylized as reddit, is a social news website where the registered users submit content in the form of either a link or a text "self" post. Other users then vote the submission "up" or "down", which is used to rank the post and determine its position on the site's pages and front page. Reddit is based in San Francisco, California, USA. Reddit was founded by Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian. It was acquired by Condé Nast Publications in October 2006. In September 2011, Reddit was split from Condé Nast, and now operates as a subsidiary of Condé Nast's parent company, Advance Publications. The site is a collection of entries submitted by its registered users, essentially a bulletin board system. The entries are organized into areas of interest called "reddits." Historically, the front page was the main reddit, and other areas were "subreddits." There is now no main reddit, but the term subreddit persists as an informal name for an area of interest. Registered users, especially those that post new entries, or post comments to entries, are called "redditors," a portmanteau of "reddit editor." Reddit itself is a portmanteau of "read/edit" and of "read it," i.e., "I read
    7.14
    7 votes
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    Free Influencer

    Free Influencer

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    Free Influencer is a contributing website to define influences' relations between people.
    7.83
    6 votes
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    Wikiquote

    Wikiquote

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Wikimedia Foundation
    • Website status:
    Wikiquote is one of a family of wiki-based projects run by the Wikimedia Foundation, running on MediaWiki software. Based on an idea by Daniel Alston and implemented by Brion Vibber, the goal of the project is to produce collaboratively a vast reference of quotations from prominent people, books, films and proverbs, and to give details about them with appropriate attribution. Though there are many online collections of quotations, Wikiquote is distinguished by being among the few that provide an opportunity for visitors to contribute. Wikiquote pages are cross-linked to articles about the notable personalities on Wikipedia. Initially, the project was created solely in English; a later expansion to include additional languages was started in July 2004. In July 2004, about 70 subdomains were set up. As of 28 November 2010, twenty-five versions each have more than 1,000 articles. The largest Wikiquote is the English project with over 19,300 articles, followed by the Polish, Italian, German, Portuguese and Russian sites with over 5,000 articles each, and then by the Slovak, Spanish, Bulgarian, Bosnian, Turkish, Slovenian and French (which was restarted in December 2006). Fifty-three
    7.50
    6 votes
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    KushCash

    KushCash

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Secure Wireless Transfers Corporation
    • Website status:
    KushCash is a new and simple way to turn your cell phone into a mobile wallet. You can send and receive money instantly, keep track of your finances and create a social money network with friends, family and co-workers anywhere and anytime just by pressing a few easy buttons. KushCash provides an easy-to-use interface with future support for all major mobile phones and allows you access to instant money in the palm of your hand.
    8.40
    5 votes
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    MusicOMH.com

    MusicOMH.com

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
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    musicOMH is a United Kingdom-based website which publishes independent reviews, featues and interviews from across all musical genres including classical, metal, rock and R&B. MusicOMH was founded and launched by Editor in Chief Michael Hubbard in 1999. In February 2011 the site's former theatre section was spun off, becoming Exeunt Magazine, as MusicOMH refocused from being a general arts publication to writing exclusively about music. MusicOMH's music content consists of reviews of albums, gigs, tracks and festivals, alongside features, interviews and blog posts.The site also provides live reviews and other features. The site's album reviews, usually covering a wide range of genres including pop, electro, classical, metal, rock and R&B, have been quoted by numerous publications such as The Daily Telegraph, The Independent and the BBC. The site has also been used as one of many sources to accumulate aggregrated review scores for Metacritic. Further illustrating MusicOMH's diversity, the BBC also regularly links to the site's reviews of The Proms, an eight week run of orchestral classical music concerts. The site also conducts interviews with various members of the music industry,
    8.40
    5 votes
    12
    AideRSS

    AideRSS

    • Website category:
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    PostRank is a social media analytics service owned by Google that uses a proprietary ranking algorithm to measure "social engagement", which includes blog comments and links, Internet bookmarks, clicks, page views, and activities from social network services such as Twitter, Digg, and Facebook. The engagement metrics provide the data for several services. PostRank Analytics, launched in September, 2009, is a service for bloggers and online publishers to track where and how their audiences are sharing and organizing their content on the Social Web and perform competitive analysis. PostRank Connect, launched in August, 2010, is a service for brands and public relations and marketing agencies to work with bloggers to run product campaigns and receive consulting services. PostRank Data Services, launched in July 2009, is a collection of APIs and reports to provide real-time and data mining Social Web data to companies to use in applications, measure marketing, and for strategic planning. In addition to filtering on the website, PostRank filtering is built into a Facebook app, Google Reader and WordPress plug-in, and the Top Posts Web widget. PostRank filtering has also been added to
    8.20
    5 votes
    13
    Loudtalks

    Loudtalks

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Metalink Ltd.
    • Website status:
    Loudtalks brings voice back to the internet communications. It's a little application, which allows you to talk to your friends or colleagues instantly with a single touch of a button. Think walkie talkie. It's faster than text chat and more convenient than calls. Loudtalks is available for Windows right now, but Loudtalks is working hard to bring it to other platforms soon, including your mobile phone.
    8.00
    5 votes
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    LingoZ

    LingoZ

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Babylon
    • Website status:
    LingoZ is an online community dedicated to the building of the world's largest dictionary, and providing a community resource for language questions.  LingoZ is a service by Babylon.com, the world's leading provider of translation software. LingoZ brings to you Babylon's dictionaries with millions of definitions and translations as starting point, and they invite you to jump in and contribute your knowledge.
    7.80
    5 votes
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    MediaWiki

    MediaWiki

    • Website category: Wiki
    • Website owner: Wikimedia Foundation
    • Website status: Active
    MediaWiki is a free web-based wiki software application. Developed by the Wikimedia Foundation and others, it is used to run all of the Foundation’s projects, including Wikipedia, Wiktionary and Wikinews. Numerous other wikis around the world also use it to power their websites. It is written in the PHP programming language and uses a backend database. The software's code is structured functionally. The first version of the software was deployed to serve the needs of the free content Wikipedia encyclopedia in 2002. It has been deployed since then by many companies as a content management system for internal knowledge management. Notably, Novell uses it to operate several of its high-traffic websites. Thousands of websites use MediaWiki. Some educators have also assigned students to use MediaWiki for collaborative group projects. The software is optimized to correctly and efficiently handle projects of all sizes, including the largest wikis, which can have terabytes of content and hundreds of thousands of hits per second. Because Wikipedia is one of the world's largest websites, achieving scalability through multiple layers of caching and database replication has also been a major
    7.60
    5 votes
    16
    VTap

    VTap

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Veveo
    • Website status:
    vtap™ is the video discovery network that helps the user find web videos they want from anywhere on the web. Whether your preference is sports, music, news or your best friend's video on YouTube, find it, share it and save it fast with vtap. 
    8.75
    4 votes
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    Walk Score

    Walk Score

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Front Seat Management
    • Website status:
    Walk Score is a project of Front Seat Management. It helps home buyers and renters find houses and apartments in great neighborhoods and also calculates the walkability of any address.
    8.75
    4 votes
    18
    Jyte

    Jyte

    • Website category: Virtual community
    • Website owner: JanRain
    • Website status: Active
    Jyte is a community-based website created by JanRain, a software company located in Portland, Oregon. Jyte is an acronym for "Just You Tell 'Em". According to the developers, Jyte allows users to "make claims about [themselves], others, or just about anything". These "claims" consist of a headline and, optionally, a short text body. They may also be assigned user-selected tags. A claim is presented as a declarative sentence. Site users can then vote on it by selecting whether they agree or disagree. The total number of people who have voted, as well as their vote, are displayed with the claim. Users may also leave comments on claims, with or without voting. In addition, users may give each other "cred". Cred consists of a short word or phrase, such as a tag, that applies to a user. For example, if user Bob made a valid claim about darts, user Mary might assign him "darts" cred. Receiving cred increases the recipient user's "cred score". Cred is designed to give an idea of how trustworthy a user is in a given area, as well as his or her interests. Created in late January 2007, Jyte is developed primarily with Ruby on Rails, and is interoperable with other sites by means of
    6.50
    6 votes
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    Wapedia

    Wapedia

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
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    Wapedia is a mobile version of Wikipedia. It was started in August 2004 by Florian Amrhein and is currently operated by Taptu. Wapedia was originally a Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) site for use on mobile phones of the very early 2000s. The URL for Wapedia is http://wapedia.mobi (which was one of the early examples of a .mobi website). Over time HTML interfaces were added with the site generating pages optimised for a variety of mobile devices such as smart phones, PDAs, and tablets. In 2009 dedicated applications for iPhone/iPad/iPod, Android and WebOS were launched. Wapedia offers the most recent version of every article, which is done by using a combination of a proxy-like behavior and a local article database. This combination provides both high speed and up-to-date articles and low load and traffic for the Wikipedia servers. The copying of data is one way, from Wikipedia to Wapedia, and so Wapedia does not offer the ability to edit pages. Edits must be made to the original page on the Wikipedia site, which propagate through to Wapedia over time. For many Wapedia users on low-powered mobile devices, this is not an issue since their devices are unsuited to editing
    7.40
    5 votes
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    Evite

    Evite

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: IAC/InterActiveCorp
    • Website status:
    Evite is a social-planning website for creating, sending, and managing online invitations. Evite was launched in 1998. The website is a free, advertisement-supported service. It was acquired by conglomerate IAC/InterActiveCorp in 2001. Liberty Media acquired it in 2010. An event organizer creates an online invitation through the website via a simple interface. This online invitation is colloquially referred to as "an Evite". The host enters e-mail addresses of prospective guests and Evite sends e-mails to the guests. Each guest is in one of four categories: "Attending", "Not Attending", "Maybe", and "Not yet replied". Guests move themselves from the "Not yet replied" category to one of the three "replied" categories and can write additional comments. The HTML page for the invitation may have various stylistic features chosen by the inviter. These include setting, color, layout, and renaming the four guest categories. Hosts may opt to send guests updates when other guests RSVP for the event, or when the event details are changed. According to Mashable and Venturebeat, Evite has threatened to sue San Francisco based start up and competitor Socializr due to alleged copyright
    8.50
    4 votes
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    All Games Radio

    All Games Radio

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    Allgames.com (previously known as the All Games Network) is an online website notable for being the precursor to G4tv Launching along the same timeframe as IGN and GameSpot, AllGames has been a large part of the American gaming media for over a decade. The site was briefly abandoned in 2001 when creator Scot Rubin left to start G4. When G4 began focusing less on video games, and more on general male audiences, Scot left the station to resume AllGames. AGN continues today much the way it did prior to G4's launch. The site still airs video game podcasts, all of which are featured on iTunes and other podcast directories. The All Games Network was started by Scot Rubin in 1996 as a multimedia network for gamers. On March 17, 1996, AGN began to produce "Game Time!" using Real Audio by using a tape recorder in his apartment. The show featured interviews with game developers, reviews of new software, and news about the computer and video game industry. 1996 was a period when competing game sites were few and far between, and AllGames was able to stand out. On July 12, 1996, "Game Time!" went daily with a different genre per day. On September 22, 1997, AllGames began producing at Pseudo
    6.33
    6 votes
    22
    BillMonk

    BillMonk

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Obopay
    • Website status:

    BillMonk is a free service that makes it easy to track expenses between friends, and to settle them up instantly online. Particularly popular with roommates, young professionals, and college students, it has been used for splitting bills like rent, utilities, meals, and beers. BillMonk also allows users to keep track of books, DVDs, or other items that they have lent to or borrowed from their friends.

    BillMonk launched in January of 2006, and is owned and operated by Obopay, Inc., the first complete peer-to-peer mobile payments service in the US. Obopay enables a complete experience on BillMonk by allowing users to settle their debts instantly.

    6.33
    6 votes
    23
    Mod DB

    Mod DB

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    Mod Database, or Mod DB, is a website related to general video game modding. It was founded in 2002 by Scott "INtense!" Reismanis, and quickly gained the reputation of the biggest game modification related website on the Internet. As of October 2006, Mod DB, according to its statistics, receives over 2,000,000 unique visitors a month, has over 300,000 users, and more than 10,000 modifications were registered. As of November 2010 there were almost 13,000 mods registered. The purpose of Mod DB is to list the mods, files, tutorials and information of any games that are capable of being modded with user-made content. Community involvement is strongly encouraged, and any game mod with a website is allowed to post a screenshot gallery, news, and requests for help. Scott's intentions, from the beginning, were to get the community heavily involved in the creation and development of the website. To this end, the most active members were chosen as moderators and administrators. The core staff generally remain the same, while lower positions are heavily rotated among trainee moderators, and administrator candidates. The site's staff mostly act as chaperones or librarians, keeping appropriate
    7.20
    5 votes
    24
    John Luce Real Estate

    John Luce Real Estate

    • Website category: Real Estate
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    John Luce Real ,Estate  provides services for the sale of land and homes in the following areas of Sydney Australia- Phone 02 94819666 or 0409814610

    *West Pennant Hills*Cherrybrook*Castle Hill*Dural*Beecroft*Cheltenham*North Rocks *Carlingford*Thornleigh*Pennant Hills
    7.00
    5 votes
    25
    Bebo

    Bebo

    • Website category: Social network
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    Bebo (English pronunciation: /'bi:boʊ/) is a social networking website launched in 2005. It is currently owned and operated by Criterion Capital Partners who took over from AOL in June 2010. Users receive a personal profile page where they can post blogs, photographs, music, videos and questionnaires which other users may answer. Additionally, users may add others as friends and send them messages, and update their personal profiles to notify friends about themselves. Bebo is very similar to other social networking sites, mainly Facebook. Bebo was founded by Michael Birch and his wife Xochi Birch in January 2005 at their home in San Francisco. The website name was bought by the founders, and the backronym "Blog Early, Blog Often" was invented to answer the question of what the name meant. The site was acquired by AOL on March 13, 2008 for $850 million, with the Birch's combined 70% stake yielding a profit of $595 million from the deal. However, the founders and executives of Bebo had stated that their end goal had been to sell out to a larger company, as they were well aware of the site's platform instabilities. Many suggested that AOL overpaid for Bebo, especially as advertising
    9.33
    3 votes
    26
    Center for Public Integrity

    Center for Public Integrity

    • Website category: Political blog
    • Website owner:
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    The Center for Public Integrity (CPI) is a US-based nonprofit investigative journalism organization whose stated mission is "to reveal abuses of power, corruption and dereliction of duty by powerful public and private institutions in order to cause them to operate with honesty, integrity, accountability and to put the public interest first." With over 50 staff members, CPI is one of the largest nonpartisan, nonprofit investigative centers in America. While CPI describes itself as an organization that is "nonpartisan and does no advocacy work," the organization has been criticized for coordinating with advocacy groups. CPI has been characterized as a "progressive" and "liberal group." CPI releases its reports via its web site to media outlets throughout the U.S. and around the globe. In 2004, CPI's The Buying of the President book was on the New York Times bestseller list for three months. CPI's first report, America's Frontline Trade Officials, reported that nearly half of White House trade officials studied over a fifteen-year period became lobbyists for countries or overseas corporations after retirement. According to Lewis, it "prompted a Justice Department ruling, a General
    9.33
    3 votes
    27
    I.N.D.U.C.K.S.

    I.N.D.U.C.K.S.

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    The International Network of Disney Universe Comic Knowers and Sources (I.N.D.U.C.K.S.) or Inducks is a freely available database aiming to index all Disney Universe comics ever printed in the world. It is an international project which provides indexes of around 100,000 Disney comic publications worldwide. It is distributed with its own licence. It is complemented by its separate Disney comic scans archive, OUTDUCKS. Efforts to catalog Disney comic stories on a large scale date back to the late 1970s and early 1980s. Among the most important works are an index of Disney comics published in Denmark, a list of stories produced in Italy, a list of American daily strips and Sunday pages, an index of American Dell Disney comics and a Carl Barks index. All these lists include artists and writer credits that were previously unknown. In August 1992, Per Starbäck (from Sweden) created the Disney Comics Mailing List. Members soon contributed lists of Disney comics and gave references for printed indexes. In May 1994, expanding on information exchanged on the mailing list, Harry Fluks (from the Netherlands) created a database to organize comic indexes, and called it the Disney Comics
    6.80
    5 votes
    28
    SueEasy

    SueEasy

    • Website category: Class action
    • Website owner: Webtronaut Innovations
    • Website status: Active
    A legal website that can be considered as a client directory for lawyers. Users can simply log on to SueEasy and submit any complaint or grievance to the best lawyers in the country. It is also the Internets first and largest Class Action Lawsuit database. Users can join or START new class action lawsuits against bad products or services. Everything is collaborative and user generated. The site has over 1 million potential litigants signed up which is considered by experts, to be the single most valuable targeted marketing tool for law firms and attorneys.
    9.00
    3 votes
    29
    Sean Duggan

    Sean Duggan

    • Website category:
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    Sean Duggan is a famous Irish hurler. He was born in Galway, Ireland and lived there his entire life. He played Hurling from when he was young for 40 years into retirement. On Tuesday September 24th, 2002 he was inducted into the G.A.A.¬タルs (Gaelic Athletic Association) Hall of Fame. He won many awards throughout his career, the most prestigious of which was the "Keeper of the Century."Many renown hurlers have been born to the Duggan family.
    7.75
    4 votes
    30
    SpeakOut

    SpeakOut

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    SpeakOut is a web site where people with issues such as depression and low self-esteem can speak in the comfort of anonymity with people sharing similar problems, as well as trained psychological and psychiatrical professionals. It also works to bring people sharing similar issues and/or a desire to assist, together in an effort to create a welcoming, dependable community. The main sections of the site are the forum, the "one2one" help, and original guides. Its has also expanded its sections to facilitate a more open, inviting, and community feel; games, art galleries, poetry corners, and journals are among the sections opened for members to participate in. While classified as a help and advice centre, SpeakOut's main message is that the client must take the initial step and open up to its Official Helpers. Focus is also placed on the client's interaction with other clients - in effect, creating a flexible support group of like-minded people with similar experiences. SpeakOut is currently pursuing recognition as a non-profit community organization. It is also hoped to build bonds with other non-profit and state-sponsored bodies in America, Europe and Australia. Partnerships
    7.75
    4 votes
    31
    The Entity Describer

    The Entity Describer

    • Website category: Collaborative tagging
    • Website owner: University of British Columbia
    • Website status: Alpha
    The Entity Describer (E.D.) is a mechanism for intersecting the Semantic Web with the normal Web. It lets Connotea users tag resources on the Web with terms from structured knowledge representation and organization systems. In the first version, E.D. drew its semantic tags directly from the ontologies of the semantic web. In the present version, these special tags are gathered from the millions of topics in the Freebase database.
    7.75
    4 votes
    32
    There.com

    There.com

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Makena Technologies
    • Website status:
    There.com is a fully interactive, 3D online virtual world where members can customize and create their own 3D character, meet and hang out with friends in real-time using voice and text chat, build their own virtual homes, participate in events ranging from car races to paintball to fashion shows and even create and sell their own virtual items. There.com is a safe and exciting "PG-13" environment for ages 13 and up that has something to offer nearly anyone.
    7.75
    4 votes
    33
    PlentyofFish

    PlentyofFish

    • Website category: Dating system
    • Website owner: Plentyoffish Media Inc.
    • Website status: Active
    PlentyofFish (POF) is an online dating site, popular primarily in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil and the United States. The company, based in Vancouver, British Columbia generates revenue through advertising. While it is free to use, POF offers premium services as part of their upgraded membership, such as seeing the date and time a user viewed your profile and allowing you to see whether a user read and/or deleted your message. According to Compete.com's site traffic tracking, Plentyoffish attracted 5.3 million visitors in February 2011. Markus Frind, CEO and Founder of PlentyofFish Media Inc., graduated in 1999 from British Columbia Institute of Technology with a diploma in Computer Systems Technology. In 2004, PlentyofFish became a full-time business for Frind. He ran the site independently until 2008, when he began hiring other employees at his new Vancouver headquarters. In 2009, PlentyofFish also launched a contest with Lady Gaga allowing single members to go together and meet the singer during her "Fame Monster" tour. The website for PlentyofFish appeared in several music videos in 2010: in Lady Gaga's "Telephone", Natasha Bedingfield's "Touch", Ke$ha's "We R
    6.60
    5 votes
    34
    挖酷网

    挖酷网

    • Website category: 科技玩物
    • Website owner: Fugo
    • Website status: Active

    于2006年9月注册并率先取名为挖酷网.在2007年最终已博客的形式为大家推广科技玩物.本站主要挖掘网络上的奇趣资源,包括web2.0,小型科技玩意,趣味创意的图片和视频等!

    6.60
    5 votes
    35
    BloggingHeads.tv

    BloggingHeads.tv

    • Website category: Political blog
    • Website owner:
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    Bloggingheads.tv (sometimes abbreviated "bhtv") is a political, world events, philosophy, and science video blog discussion site in which the participants take part in an active back and forth conversation via webcam which is then broadcast online to viewers. The site was started by the journalist Robert Wright (The Evolution of God, Nonzero: The Logic of Human Destiny, The Moral Animal) and the blogger and journalist Mickey Kaus on November 1, 2005. (Kaus has since dropped out of operational duties of the site as he didn't want his frequent linking to be seen as a conflict of interest.) Most of the earlier discussions posted to the site involved one or both of those individuals, but since has grown to include a total of hundreds of other individual contributors, mostly journalists, academics, scientists, authors, well known political bloggers, and other notable individuals. Unregistered users are able to view all of the videos which are contained on the site, while free registration is required to comment on the individual discussions, or participate in the forums. Bloggingheads discussions are conducted via webcam between two (or more) people, and can be viewed online in Flash
    7.50
    4 votes
    36
    Desktoptwo

    Desktoptwo

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Sapotek
    • Website status:
    Desktoptwo was a free Webtop (whose URL was desktoptwo.com and which is now parked domain) developed by Sapotek (whose URL was sapotek.com, which also now is parked domain). It's also been called a WebOS although Sapotek stated on its website that the term is premature and presumptuous. It mimics the look, feel and functionality of the desktop environment of an operating system. The software only reached beta stage. It had a Spanish version called Computadora.de. Desktoptwo was web-based and required Adobe Flash Player to operate. The web applications' found on Desktoptwo were built on PHP in the back end. Features included drag-and-drop functionality. Sapotek had liberated all the web applications found on Desktoptwo through Sapodesk on an AGPL license. Desktoptwo belonged to a category of services that intended to turn the Web into a full-fledged platform by using web services as a foundation along with presentation technologies that replicated the experience of desktop applications for users. In a "Cloud OS" the functionality of a server was granularized and abstracted as Web services that Web developers used to create composite applications similar to how desktop software
    7.50
    4 votes
    37
    Divorce360

    Divorce360

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    divorce360 provides help, advice and community for people contemplating, going through or recovering from divorce and the issues around it - custody, child support, alimony and litigation. The site is a unique blend of editorial and user-generated content. Launched in November 2007 by executives formerly with Bankrate, Procter & Gamble and Gannett, divorce360.com is headquartered in North Palm Beach, FL.
    8.67
    3 votes
    38
    Freebase

    Freebase

    • Website category: Knowledge base
    • Website owner: Metaweb Technologies, Inc.
    • Website status: Alpha
    Freebase.com is home to a global knowledge base: a structured, searchable, writeable and editable database built by a community of contributors, and open to everyone.  It could be described as a data commons. Freebase.com is enabled by the technology of Metaweb, which is described at www.metaweb.com.
    8.67
    3 votes
    39
    Logos Dictionary

    Logos Dictionary

    • Website category: Dictionary
    • Website owner: Logos Foundation
    • Website status: Active
    Logos Dictionary is a large multilingual online dictionary provided by Logos Group, a European translation company. It was started in 1995, and as of 2005 contains over 7 million terms in over 200 languages, some one them minority languages as Breton, Leonese, Scots or Venetian. The dictionary offers a variety of search options, and requires free registration in order to add or update translations. There is also a Logos Dictionary for Children where mainly words for kids can be found, and a quote citation in several languages.
    8.67
    3 votes
    40
    TV Ark

    TV Ark

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    TVARK is a website that archives images, sound and video clips which illustrate British television presentation history. Content includes idents, programme promotions, opening title sequences, public information films, commercials, daily start-ups and closedowns, break bumpers and station clocks. Each item has a short written analysis. The selection of clips represents the work of many broadcasting and production companies, principally the national and regional divisions of the BBC and ITV, and Channel 4, Channel 5, various BSkyB channels, and a few other satellite channels. Programme clips are grouped into genres such as soaps, game shows, quiz shows, comedy, drama and cult. Files are now available in the Adobe Flash format. TVARK was founded in the dial-up era, as a one-man hobby site called "Television Ark" on 8 November 1998. At that time, there were just a few pages containing a handful of low-resolution clips that were easy to download but were smaller to look at than an average postage stamp. Over the years, the clips and images grew in size and quantity. The site expanded and was run entirely as a hobby by an eight-man team, with updates and additions made whenever time
    8.67
    3 votes
    41
    Wis.dm

    Wis.dm

    • Website category: Social network service
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    wis.dm (read "wisdom") was a social networking website based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Wis.dm revolved around user-submitted questions; members would ask, answer, and discuss questions in a variety of specialized forums, called "scenes." As of November, 2008, wis.dm had over 70,000 registered users. On March 22, 2009, it was announced that wis.dm will cease operation some time in the following weeks. On May 2, 2009, the wis.dm homepage was replaced with a simply text box containing a cryptic message: Questions are the central feature of Wis.dm. Users are free to pose any question they desire to the user-base. Although limited to 130 characters, each question may be supplemented by a "details" section, containing text, images, video, and web links. Currently, there are 8 preset formats in which questions can be phrased. Scenes are specialized forums and social venues that cater to different moods, motives, and topics. There are currently 20 scenes. The "Wis.dm" domain name is an example of a domain hack, an unconventional combination of letters and characters used to form a word or phrase. Others sites such as del.icio.us have made this technique popular. The wis.dm URL is a .dm
    8.67
    3 votes
    42
    Kyte

    Kyte

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Decentral.tv
    • Website status:
    The Kyte social communications platform enables partners - including media companies, social networks and mobile operators - to offer their users an easy way to create embedded interactive channels and produce multimedia shows in real-time from their mobile phones or the web that are broadcast to multiple destinations including social networks, blogs and other mobile phones. Using the hosted platform and developer API, Kyte partners provide their users with an exciting way to stay connected through a next-generation social communications experience.
    10.00
    2 votes
    43
    Launchpad

    Launchpad

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Canonical Ltd.
    • Website status:
    Launchpad is a web application and website that allows users to develop and maintain software, particularly free software. Launchpad is developed and maintained by Canonical Ltd. On 21 July 2009 the source code was released publicly under the Affero General Public License. As of July 2011, the launchpad repository hosts more than 23,500 projects. The domain launchpad.net attracted 1 million visitors by August 2009 according to a Compete.com survey. It has several parts: A significant but less visible component is Soyuz, "the distribution management portion of Launchpad." Launchpad is currently primarily used in the development of Ubuntu, an operating system. Launchpad uses the FOSS (free/open source) Zope 3 application server. Several of Canonical Ltd.'s own projects use Launchpad for development including Ubuntu and Bazaar. Development of Launchpad is itself managed in Launchpad. Other prominent projects using Launchpad for various aspects of managing their development include: Launchpad was initially criticized by the Jem Report and other members of the free software community for not being available under a free license, such as the GNU GPL, despite its aims. In response, the
    10.00
    2 votes
    44
    Drop.io

    Drop.io

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:

    Drop.io allows consumer to easily create custom private web addresses for exchanging and viewing photos, video, audio, documents, notes and links. Founded by entrepreneurs Sam Lessin and Darshan Somashekar, Drop.io is a headquartered in New York City and backed by RRE Ventures.

    6.40
    5 votes
    45
    Habbo

    Habbo

    • Website category: Social network service
    • Website owner: Sulake
    • Website status:
    Habbo (previously known as Habbo Hotel) is a Finnish social networking site aimed at teenagers. The website is owned and operated by Sulake Corporation. The service began in 2000 and has expanded to include 11 online communities (or "hotels"), with users in over 150 countries. In August 2012, the site opened to users from Turkey. As of August 2011, over 230 million avatars have been registered. There are an average 10 million unique visitors monthly. In June 2012, a two-month investigation by Channel Four News uncovered lapses in Habbo's online moderation, which subsequently led to withdrawals from two of the company's biggest investors. In response to the news, Habbo globally muted all chat, and launched The Great Unmute, allowing users to express their views on the company's future, their experiences with Habbo, and their thoughts on the Channel Four News report. Following this, launching The Great Go-Live, Habbo lifted the chat restrictions for Finnish users to allow testing on a new safety system. Chat restrictions were then lifted for users in Brazil and Spain, followed by France, Italy, Germany and the Netherlands. A Parental Advisory Summit also launched, to allow parents
    6.40
    5 votes
    46
    Photobucket

    Photobucket

    • Website category: Image hosting service
    • Website owner: News Corporation
    • Website status: Active
    Photobucket is an image hosting, video hosting, slideshow creation and photo sharing website. It was founded in 2003 by Alex Welch and Darren Crystal and received funding from Trinity Ventures. It was acquired by Fox Interactive Media in 2007. In December 2009, Fox's parent company, News Corp sold Photobucket to Seattle mobile imaging startup Ontela. Ontela then renamed itself Photobucket Inc. and continues to operate as Photobucket. In June 2010, Photobucket was named in the Lead411's Hottest Seattle Companies list. Photobucket is usually used for personal photographic albums, remote storage of avatars displayed on internet forums, and storage of videos. Photobucket's image hosting is often used for eBay, Myspace (from 2007–2009, a corporate cousin), Bebo, Neopets, and Facebook accounts, LiveJournals, Open Diarys, or other blogs, and message boards. Users may keep their albums private, allow password-protected guest access, or open them to the public. Photobucket advertises 99.9% uptime. It offers free users unlimited total photo storage for non-commercial use, with a limit of 1MB per photo. However, the unlimited offer does not apply if Photobucket considers the use "excessive".
    6.40
    5 votes
    47
    Army.ca

    Army.ca

    • Website category: Canadian Forces
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    Milnet.ca is a website privately owned by former officer Mike Bobbitt which serves mainly as an online discussion group regarding the Canadian Forces. The site has been in operation since 1993, but up until 2007 it went by the name Army.ca and CdnArmy.ca. The site offers two levels of membership for registered users. Free registration is mandatory to participate in forum discussions, while paid subscription provides access to a private forum as well as entitlement to a complimentary numbered Army.ca challenge coin and a t-shirt. The site consists of discussion forums, real time chat, information pages and a wiki for various topics relevant to the current Canadian military, as well as sections on current foreign militaries and historical information on the Canadian Army. The site has received passing mention in news articles in various media including radio, television, and print. and it is believed senior leadership of the Canadian Forces may monitor the site. The site's proclaimed goal is to be a source of information regarding the Canadian Forces, and members of the Canadian Forces have declared themselves to be among the membership. Monitoring of army.ca by print and television
    7.25
    4 votes
    48
    IBM Desktop Gadget (Vista)

    IBM Desktop Gadget (Vista)

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: IBM
    • Website status:
    The IBM Vista Sidebar Gadget is a small application which resides on your computer's desktop and supplies information such as special offers, news, stock information, search capabilities, personalized contact information and an employee directory. It runs on Windows Vista platforms.  All information is localized to the selected country and language.
    7.25
    4 votes
    49
    Metamath

    Metamath

    • Website category: Internet encyclopedia project
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    Metamath is a language for developing strictly formalized mathematical definitions and proofs accompanied by a proof checker for this language and a growing database of thousands of proved theorems covering conventional results in logic, set theory, number theory, group theory, algebra, analysis, and topology, as well as topics in Hilbert spaces and quantum logic. While the large database of proved theorems follows conventional ZFC set theory, the Metamath language is a metalanguage, suitable for developing a wide variety of formal systems. The set of symbols that can be used for constructing formulas is declared using $c and $v statements; for example: The grammar for formulas is specified using a combination of $f and $a statements; for example: Axioms and rules of inference are specified with $a statements along with ${ and $} for block scoping; for example: The metamath program can convert statements to more conventional TeX notation; for example, the modus ponens axiom from set.mm: Using one construct, $a statements, to capture syntactic rules, axiom schemas, and rules of inference provides a level of flexibility similar to higher order logical frameworks without a dependency
    7.25
    4 votes
    50
    Yuku

    Yuku

    • Website category: Internet forum
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Beta
    Yuku is the latest version of ezboard, Inc.'s internet forums. Yuku describes itself as "Message Boards 2.0". This tagline was most likely derived from the Web 2.0 features of Yuku message boards, such as tags and RSS. Yuku was owned by KickApps, the acquisition being announced on February 13, 2008, until the end of 2010, when Yuku was sold to Inform Technologies Inc. The acquisition was announced to all board owners on December 24, 2010. No public statement has yet been made about the Inform acquisition. On September 8, 2011, Crowdgather, Inc. publicly announced acquiring the domain name, website and assets related to yuku.com including the ezboard domains and its integrated forums. Yuku has been in development since 2005 and was revealed as being "available now" at DEMOfall 2005 in September 2005, although it was in Alpha at that time. At the DEMOfall launch, ezboard, Inc.'s CEO Robert Labatt's presentation explained that advertising revenues would be shared with the individual board owners. Labatt estimated that "an average large community" could receive $3,000 to $5,000 (speculated) a month. The launch was reported by media outlets such as Computerworld, USA Today, Bloomberg
    7.25
    4 votes
    51
    ZDNet

    ZDNet

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: CNET
    • Website status:
    ZDNet is a business technology news website published by CBS Interactive, along with TechRepublic and SmartPlanet. The brand was founded on April 1, 1991 as a general interest technology portal from Ziff Davis and evolved into an enterprise IT-focused online publication owned by CNET Networks. ZDNet began as a subscription-based digital service called "ZiffNet" that offered computing information to users of CompuServe. It featured computer industry forums, events, features and searchable archives. Initially, ZiffNet was intended to serve as a common place to find content from all Ziff-Davis print publications. As such, ZiffNet was an expansion on an earlier online service called PCMagNet for readers of PC Magazine. Launched in 1988, PCMagNet in turn was the evolution of Ziff Davis' first electronic publishing venture, a bulletin board, which launched in 1985. On June 20, 1995, Ziff-Davis announced the consolidation of its online information services under a single name, "ZD Net." The service had grown its membership to 275,000 subscribers across six platforms: CompuServe, Prodigy, AT&T Interchange, the Microsoft Network, AppleLink and eWorld. A few months prior to the name
    7.25
    4 votes
    52
    ICasualties.org

    ICasualties.org

    • Website category: Non-profit organization
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    iCasualties.org, formally the Iraq Coalition Casualty Count, is an independent website created in May 2003 by Michael White, a software engineer from Stone Mountain, Georgia, to track casualties in the Afghanistan War and Iraq War. The website compiles information on casualties incurred by the Multi-National Force (MNF) in Iraq and the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan using news reports and press releases from the U.S. Department of Defense, CENTCOM, the MNF, and the British Ministry of Defence. The project has grown in scope since its conception, and now also provides fatality counts for contractors, Iraqi security forces (since January 2005), and Iraqi civilians (since March 2005). The website is considered an "authoritative" record of MNF casualties in Iraq and has been cited by, among others, the BBC, the Associated Press, Voice of America, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. However, his number differs considerably from other counts regarding the Afghanistan War because many people assume his count for Operation Enduring Freedom means "the war in Afghanistan." In fact he includes deaths in all theaters of combat in Operation Enduring Freedom
    8.33
    3 votes
    53
    Lernu!

    Lernu!

    • Website category: Language acquisition
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    lernu! is a multilingual, Web-based free-of-charge project for promoting and teaching Esperanto. Its name is Esperanto for the command "learn." The site is run by E@I, an international youth organization, which started as a working group of the World Esperanto Youth Organisation. The site's content includes various tools for learning Esperanto, such as exercises, games, dictionaries, grammatical overviews, an examination system and a multimedia library with books, music, voice-narrated stories and videos. There are also communication services such as an instant messenger, discussion forums on various topics, and news about Esperanto events. Esperantists and Esperanto organizations can advertise their activities and services on the website. Statistics show the website being visited nearly 75 thousand times per month. Most of the visitors come from Europe, South-East Asia and both Americas. In May 2011, the site recorded its 100,000th registered user. The lernu! project was first proposed at the first Esperanto@Interreto (now E@I) seminar in Stockholm, Sweden in April 2000, and was developed in October 2001 at the second seminar of E@I also in Sweden (in Uppsala). In July 2002 the
    8.33
    3 votes
    54
    Yahoo! Mail

    Yahoo! Mail

    • Website category: Web-based email
    • Website owner: Yahoo!
    • Website status: Active
    Yahoo! Mail is a free e-mail service offered by the American search engine company Yahoo!. It was inaugurated in 1997, and, according to comScore, Yahoo! Mail was the second largest web-based email service with 310 million users as of October 2011, and the most popular webmail service in the United States. Currently, Yahoo! offers three versions of Yahoo! Mail. The traditional "Yahoo! Mail Classic" continues the availability of the original interface introduced in 1997. A new version introduced in 2005 included a new Ajax interface, drag-and-drop, improved search functionality, keyboard shortcuts, address auto-complete, tabs, and more. In October 2010, Yahoo! released a new beta version of Yahoo! Mail, which included a new design, improved performance, improved search functionality, and improved Facebook integration. In May 2011, beta testing for the new version stopped, and it became the default interface for Yahoo! Mail. In early 2008, Yahoo! started offering unlimited mail storage to its users, in response to heated competition in the free-web mail market segment. On June 27, 2009, Yahoo! Messenger was integrated with Yahoo! Mail. The growth in the number of Internet users
    8.33
    3 votes
    55
    Linux-Gamers.net

    Linux-Gamers.net

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    Linux-gamers.net is a Web portal that concerns information on configuring software, hardware, and to bring update to date news regarding Linux gaming. It has established itself within the Linux community with providing scripts and information for tasks which are mundane or non-trivial. Linux-Gamers.net was founded on the 11th of September, 2003 by Andreas Schneider (GlaDiaC), and Stefan Silberstein (stony777), as online gaming Linux-Clan, which later evolved to a community site with information and documentation about gaming on Linux, focusing in network and multiplayer games. Linux-Gamers.net also organizes eSport-events which focus on Linux compatible games. In January 2004 the Loki Installers for Linux Gamers (LIFLG) was founded as sourceforge project independently of Linux-gamers.net, with members participating in either project. LIFLG make installers for Linux based and also Windows based games for Linux and BSD platforms. In August 2004 WineCVS is registered as sourceforge project. The script helps install/uninstall different compatibility layers, such as Wine or Cedega. With those programs it is possible to run applications and games that were not made for Linux originally.
    6.20
    5 votes
    56
    MetaJam

    MetaJam

    • Website category: mobi
    • Website owner: James G. Pearce
    • Website status: Active

    MetaJam provides easy access to simple information about movies (films, actors and directors) and music (artists, albums and tracks) through a mobile-compatible web user interface.

    Very helpful for when you're leaving the cinema and you can't quite remember where you saw that actor before.

    6.20
    5 votes
    57
    Answers.com

    Answers.com

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Answers Corporation
    • Website status: Active
    Answers.com is an Internet-based knowledge exchange, which includes WikiAnswers, ReferenceAnswers, VideoAnswers, and five international language Q&A communities. The Answers.com domain name was purchased by entrepreneurs Bill Gross and Henrik Jones at idealab in 1996. The domain name was acquired by NetShepard and subsequently sold to GuruNet. The website is the primary product of the Answers Corporation (previously GuruNet), an Israel-based Internet reference and Q&A company with offices in New York City and Jerusalem, founded by Bob Rosenschein in 1999. The site supports English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Tagalog. WikiAnswers is a community-generated social knowledge Q&A platform, using wiki-based technologies. GuruNet was founded in Jerusalem, Israel in 1999 to develop technology that intelligently and automatically integrates and retrieves information from disparate sources and delivers the result in a single consolidated view to the user. GuruNet initially displayed its information through a downloadable software product, today known as 1-Click Answers. The product was launched as a free product in 1999. Beginning in 2003 it was sold to users on a perpetual license
    9.50
    2 votes
    58
    Buzzillions.com

    Buzzillions.com

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Power Reviews, Inc.
    • Website status:
    Based on real buyer feedback, Buzzillions.com helps you find, compare and decide on the right product for you. Buzzillions offers a viable option for consumers ready to compare before they buy. Buzzillions'™ Affinity Recommendations, which takes key points  about yourself and matches other consumers based on your choices. Building on an Amazon-like recommendation system, Buzzillions looks to take it a step further with this feature. Another main focus is Buzzillions focus on Verified Buyers, whch ensures that the person reviewing a product has in fact purchased it, as verified by the retailer.
    7.00
    4 votes
    59
    Destructoid

    Destructoid

    • Website category: Blog
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    Destructoid is an independent video game-focused blog based in San Francisco, California that was founded in March 2006. It has since grown into one of the most widely read video game sites on the Internet, reaching more than 3 million unique visitors per month. It is part of the Modern Method network, which also features the film-oriented site Flixist, anime-oriented Japanator, and collectible toy-focused Tomopop. Destructoid began as a Wordpress blog as a means to secure the founder press credentials for the press-only E3 Expo. After being rejected, Yanier began writing original editorials and drawing cartoons which were picked up by established gaming blogs like Joystiq and Kotaku, which it is most often compared to. In 2007 the site relaunched with user blogs, forums, and a large team of contributors—many who are still employed with the company. The site quickly gained mixed notoriety on NeoGAF and GamePolitics after E3 when Yanier appeared at the press conference dressed as Mr. Destructoid (Destructoid's robot mascot, shown on logos and promotional material) to hand out promotional flyers, calling to question whether games journalism was taking itself too seriously or not
    7.00
    4 votes
    60
    7.00
    4 votes
    61
    Facebook

    Facebook

    • Website category: Social network service
    • Website owner: Mark Zuckerberg
    • Website status: Active
    Facebook is a social networking service launched in February 2004, owned and operated by Facebook, Inc. As of September 2012, Facebook has over one billion active users, more than half of them using Facebook on a mobile device. Users must register before using the site, after which they may create a personal profile, add other users as friends, and exchange messages, including automatic notifications when they update their profile. Additionally, users may join common-interest user groups, organized by workplace, school or college, or other characteristics, and categorize their friends into lists such as "People From Work" or "Close Friends". Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommates and fellow students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes. The website's membership was initially limited by the founders to Harvard students, but was expanded to other colleges in the Boston area, the Ivy League, and Stanford University. It gradually added support for students at various other universities before opening to high school students, and eventually to anyone aged 13 and over. However, according to a May 2011 Consumer Reports survey,
    8.00
    3 votes
    62
    FAROO

    FAROO

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    FAROO is a universal web search engine based on peer-to-peer technology. It uses a distributed crawler that stores search data on users' computers instead of a central server. Whenever a user visits a website, it is automatically indexed and distributed to the network. Ranking is done by comparing usage statistics of users, such as web pages visited, amount of time spent on each page, and whether the pages were bookmarked or printed.
    8.00
    3 votes
    63
    Glimpse

    Glimpse

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: TheFind Inc
    • Website status:
    Glimpse.com is a high-fashion shopping web site that specializes in the purchase of trendy clothing, accessories, shoes, beauty products and jewelry from retailers like Juicy Couture, Hollister, Burberry and Ann Taylor. Acquired by TheFind.com in 2007, the enhanced Glimpse.com Web site will maintain the chic and stylish philosophy of Glimpse.com, but will now offer TheFind.com’s unmatched Web search ability that includes access to unique and hard-to-find boutiques, brand stores and hip, must-have products.
    8.00
    3 votes
    64
    Like.com

    Like.com

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Riya
    • Website status:
    Like.com is the first true visual search engine, where the contents of photos are used to search and retrieve similar items.  Like.com believes that there are literally millions of items that are difficult to describe via text-based search and where individual tastes are all over the map -- think of your favorite pair of earrings or shoes and what an ordeal it can be to find something new but in a similar style. Like.com was created to solve the challenge of finding "the perfect you" for a broad range of aesthetic and soft goods.
    8.00
    3 votes
    65
    SuggestionBox

    SuggestionBox

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Positive Digital Solutions, Inc.
    • Website status:
    SuggestionBox provides an interactive suggestion system connecting people with companies they care about, and supplies an avenue for organizations to truly engage their audience. SuggestionBox enables users to submit insightful suggestions for improvement via SuggestionBox, or mobile interface, directly to any company worldwide. 
    8.00
    3 votes
    66
    Apple Store

    Apple Store

    • Website category: Online Store
    • Website owner: Apple Inc.
    • Website status:
    The Apple Store is the online store of Apple Inc.. All of Apple's product lines are carried as well as select brands of accessories for its products. It is owned and operated by Apple in Cupertino, California. Besides the online store-front, items from the store can be ordered by phone. Less than a year after acquiring NeXT in the final days of 1996, Apple opened an online store on November 10, 1997, built using NeXT's WebObjects web application technology. WebObjects enabled Apple to build and deploy its online store within a year. Steve Jobs announced that the new online store received over US$12 million in orders in its first month of operation. On June 15, 2010, Apple released an Apple Store app for iOS. It allows users to buy products, find stores, and make appointments. Also available are Apple Instant Loans, as well as gift certificates to both the Apple Store and the iTunes Store. It offers automatic online discounts to "educational" users who include both faculty and students of higher education, and faculty of K-12 schools in addition to discounts for business buyers internationally and United States government employees.
    6.75
    4 votes
    67
    Techmambo

    Techmambo

    • Website category: Web 2.0
    • Website owner: Gerald Shuma
    • Website status: Active
    Techmambo is a site dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing new Internet products and companies.In addition to this, we also profile existing companies that are working hard to make products/services more usable for the rest of us. Techmambo is edited by Gerald Shuma.
    6.75
    4 votes
    68
    Abandonia Reloaded

    Abandonia Reloaded

    • Website category: Freeware
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    Abandonia Reloaded, commonly referred to as AR, is a site dedicated to the development and distribution of freeware games. It was created on 2005-05-07 by Kosta Krauth, Monica Schoenthaler, Maikel Kersbergen & Tom Henrik Aaberg. Currently (September 2006), the site offers review, interview, screenshot and links to downloads for over 200 freeware games, as well as extras like walkthrough written exclusively for AR. The site features a progressive system of game evaluation, in which the quality of the game is rated not only by the reviewer but also by the votes of regular visitors. The site is maintained by a large number of staff, most of whom have previously been involved with Abandonia Reloaded's sister-site Abandonia. As a non-profit site, AR is a community-driven project. With the exception of the featured games themselves, all content available on the site, including reviews, interviews, and graphics (such as featured banners, screenshots, etc.) are created by the community as a volunteer effort. The AR community mostly revolves around its forum, which is where members can read contribution guidelines and coordinate submissions, as well as discuss issues that are not
    9.00
    2 votes
    69
    FileFront

    FileFront

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Ziff Davis
    • Website status: Active
    GameFront is a video game website that provides patches, demos, modifications, and other user generated game related content. FileLeech was created by I/O Error Development and first launched in 1999. In 2001, FileLeech was renamed FileFront and re-launched. It was bought by the Ziff Davis Media Game Group in the late half of 2005. On January 6, 2009, UGO Networks acquired 1UP.com. FileFront was not part of the purchase and became part of the PC Magazine Digital Network. In March 2008, Ziff Davis Media entered chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. On March 26, 2009, Ziff Davis Media announced that FileFront site operations were to be indefinitely suspended on March 30, 2009. All of the Staff in Ziff Davis's FileFront division were made redundant at this time. Due to this, a massive undertaking by a large number of the former FileFront employees and network staff to back up all the downloads for the network sites (formerly known as the FilesNetwork) was started. However, past March 30 and into April, the FileFront website appeared to continue working well, with no visible loss of hosted files. This led some people to believe that the announcement had been a poorly executed April Fools'
    9.00
    2 votes
    70
    GameFAQs

    GameFAQs

    • Website category: Video game
    • Website owner: CNET
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    GameFAQs is a website that hosts FAQs and walkthroughs for video games. It was created in November 1995 by Jeff "CJayC" Veasey and was bought by CNET Networks in May 2003. It is currently owned by CBS Interactive. The site has a database of video game information, cheat codes, reviews, game saves, and screenshots, almost all of which is submitted by volunteer contributors. The systems covered include the 8-bit Atari platform through modern consoles, as well as computer games. Submissions made to the site are reviewed by the site's current editor, Allen "SBAllen" Tyner. GameFAQs hosts an active message board community, which has a separate discussion board for each game in the site's database, along with a variety of other boards. From 2004 till 2012, most of the game-specific boards were shared between GameFAQs and GameSpot, another CBS Interactive website. However, on March 23, 2012, it was announced the sites will once again start to separate content. On May 7, 2012 the shared GameFAQs run message boards went read-only on GameSpot. The site also runs a daily opinion poll and tournament contests, as well as an annual Character Battle. GameFAQs has been positively reviewed by The
    9.00
    2 votes
    71
    MyPlanroom

    MyPlanroom

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
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    From design to build, myplanroom.ca simplifies your document management & distribution needs with one simple-to-use web application. Easily upload, download, view, print and deliver documents; manage your bid process through BidPack™ or use InfoFlow™ to handle all RFI, CN, CCN and Site Instructions during build out. myplanroom.ca is here to make life easier over the entire lifespan of your project.
    9.00
    2 votes
    72
    SensoryMetrics.com

    SensoryMetrics.com

    • Website category: Blog
    • Website owner: Jobe Roberts
    • Website status:
    SensoryMetrics: re-inventing the User eXperience Usability innovations for Wireless, Web, E-com, Workflow, VoIP, Mobile business…
    9.00
    2 votes
    73
    VelvetPuffin

    VelvetPuffin

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Radixs Pte Ltd.
    • Website status:
    VelvetPuffin is instant messaging and social network software capable of using its services in mobile networks. It was developed by SingTel, a Singapore-based telecommunications company. It was shown at the Mashup 2007.
    9.00
    2 votes
    74
    Yahoo! Directory

    Yahoo! Directory

    • Website category: Web directory
    • Website owner: Yahoo!
    • Website status:
    The Yahoo! Directory is a web directory that rivals the Open Directory Project in size. The directory was Yahoo!'s first offering. When Yahoo! changed to crawler-based listings for its main results in October 2002, the human-edited directory's significance dropped, but it was still being updated in August 2010. The Yahoo! Directory offers two options for suggesting websites for possible listing: "Standard", which is free, and a paid submission process that offers expedited review. Payment is required when suggesting a commercial site. Yahoo! provides both a search engine and a directory service, and the directory is searchable separately from the rest of their search engine results. While Yahoo! has closed a number of country-specific directories, the company has stated that it currently "has no plans to close the main Yahoo! Directory" Template:Http://www.le-caviste-a-domicile.fr
    9.00
    2 votes
    75
    Google Search

    Google Search

    • Website category: Search engine
    • Website owner: Google
    • Website status: Active
    Google Search (or Google Web Search) is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. Google Search is the most-used search engine on the World Wide Web, receiving several hundred million queries each day through its various services. The order of search results on Google's search-results pages is based, in part, on a priority rank called a "PageRank". Google Search provides many options for customized search, using Boolean operators such as: exclusion ("-xx"), alternatives ("xx OR yy"), and wildcards ("x * x"). The main purpose of Google Search is to hunt for text in Web pages, as opposed to other data, such as with Google Image Search. Google Search was originally developed by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1997. Google Search provides at least 22 special features beyond the original word-search capability. These include synonyms, weather forecasts, time zones, stock quotes, maps, earthquake data, movie showtimes, airports, home listings, and sports scores. There are special features for dates, including ranges (70..73), prices, temperatures, money/unit conversions ("10.5 cm in inches"), calculations ("3*4+sqrt(6)-pi/2"), package tracking, patents, area codes, and language translation
    7.67
    3 votes
    76
    Halfbakery

    Halfbakery

    • Website category:
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    The halfbakery is a community-based ideas bank used by people who wish to propose and develop (not always serious) half-baked inventions. Among many similar such sites (e.g. whynot.net, globalideasbank.org), it has distinguished itself by minimalism, irreverence, and a cast of regulars whose takes on suggested inventions are often funnier than the original submission. Halfbakery can be read by anyone, but only logged-in users can contribute. A user with an account can submit new ideas (the inventions) and add links and annotations to existing ideas. An account is currently gained by e-mailing the "bakesperson," an e-mail address provided on the site. Logged in users can also vote for or against a particular idea. Users are able to edit and delete their ideas, links, annotations, votes, and even their whole account. A few selected users can illustrate ideas, and the illustrations are linked to on the idea's page. The site is run by the bakesperson, jutta, and a small group of volunteer moderators who can contribute ideas themselves and have rights to delete ideas, annotations and links provided by other users. Moderators, however, must adhere to guidelines and are generally
    7.67
    3 votes
    77
    Smugmug, Inc.

    Smugmug, Inc.

    • Website category: Image hosting service
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    SmugMug is a paid digital photo sharing website. Chris MacAskill (father) and Don MacAskill (son) started the original company to build a new video game-oriented web service in February 2002. By August 2002, though, their focus shifted. A small portion of their video game website was spun into a photo sharing service called SmugMug, which launched in November 2002. SmugMug is not free. There are three levels of membership: Standard, Power, and Pro. Two petabytes of photos are stored on the Amazon S3 service. SmugMug has options to allow control over the privacy and security of published photos. They have support for both account-level and gallery-level passwords, as well as hidden galleries. There is also a friends and family social networking interface for members of the service to use, which allows sharing of photos limited to people known to the publisher. In conjunction with their print service, SmugMug has created a service aimed at professional photographers. Professional accounts have the ability to add custom watermarks to their photos. They can also sell prints and digital downloads of their photos through the SmugMug interface with their own pricing.
    7.67
    3 votes
    78
    Thai Wikipedia

    Thai Wikipedia

    • Website category:
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    The Thai Wikipedia (Thai: วิกิพีเดียภาษาไทย) is the edition of Wikipedia in the Thai language started in December 2003. As of July 13, 2012, it has more than 74,561 articles with 145,919 registered users. As of October 2007, Wikipedia (all languages combined) was ranked 26th in Alexa Top Sites Thailand. On January 31, 2006 Thai Wikipedia was first recognized along with English Wikipedia by a press coverage. In 2007 there is a thesis under the name Thai Wikipedia and Communicating Knowledge to the Public by a graduate student from the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Chulalongkorn University. Thai Wikipedia was also mentioned during a public forum in 2005-2006 Thai political crisis saying that Thai people should read all facts about Thaksin Shinawatra, the former prime minister. Thai Wikipedia is the second online encyclopedia in the Thai language after the Thai Junior Encyclopedia Project, which was developed under the patronage of the King of Thailand, Bhumibol Adulyadej. The Thai Wikipedia is different from other Wikipedias in a number of ways. Some editors believe that all edits must be made in compliance with Thai law, especially lèse majesté. However, many editors adhere to
    7.67
    3 votes
    79
    Thepudding.com

    Thepudding.com

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Pudding Media
    • Website status:
    With The Pudding, you can make free, unlimited calls to any phone in the U.S. and Canada from your web browser - no downloads are necessary.  ThePudding.com is a showcase website that demonstrates how the Pudding Media technology enables free and enrinched calling experience to your computer.
    7.67
    3 votes
    80
    Wikipedia

    Wikipedia

    • Website category: Encyclopedia
    • Website owner: Wikimedia Foundation
    • Website status: Active
    Wikipedia (/ˌwɪkɨˈpiːdiə/ or /ˌwɪkiˈpiːdiə/ WIK-i-PEE-dee-ə) is a free, collaboratively edited, and multilingual Internet encyclopedia supported by the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation. Its 23 million articles, over 4 million in the English Wikipedia alone, have been written collaboratively by volunteers around the world. Almost all of its articles can be edited by anyone with access to the site, and it has about 100,000 active contributors. As of October 2012, there are editions of Wikipedia in 285 languages. It has become the largest and most popular general reference work on the Internet, ranking sixth globally among all websites on Alexa and having an estimated 365 million readers worldwide. In 2011, Wikipedia received an estimated 2.7 billion monthly pageviews from the United States alone. Wikipedia was launched in January 2001 by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. Sanger coined the name Wikipedia, which is a portmanteau of wiki (a type of collaborative website, from the Hawaiian word wiki, meaning "quick") and encyclopedia. Wikipedia's departure from the expert-driven style of encyclopedia building and the presence of a large body of unacademic content have received extensive
    7.67
    3 votes
    81
    King.com

    King.com

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Midasplayer.com
    • Website status:
    King.com is an online gambling website, with games being based on skill rather than luck to determine the winner(s). King.com lauched in August 2003 under the URL 'Midasplayer.com', which changed to King.com in November 2005. In Skill Gaming, players take part in tournaments where skill is decisive in determining the outcome. The players back themselves to win with small stakes, and the winner takes the pot. King.com charge a small administration fee for hosting the game. Because skill games are not games of chance (or ‘gambling’), King.com is legal and does not require a license in most European territories, the majority of the United States and many other territories.
    10.00
    1 votes
    82
    Pleo

    Pleo

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: UGOBE
    • Website status:
    Pleo is an animatronic pet dinosaur toy designed to emulate the appearance and (imagined) behavior of a week-old baby Camarasaurus. It was designed by Caleb Chung, the co-creator of the Furby, Chung's company Ugobe sold Pleo and was manufactured by Jetta. Chung selected this species of dinosaur because its body shape, stocky head, and relatively large cranium made it ideal for concealing the sensors and motors needed for lifelike animation. According to Ugobe, each Pleo would "learn" from its experiences and environment through a sophisticated artificial intelligence and develop an individual personality. Pleo was unveiled on February 7, 2006 at the DEMO Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona and was expected to come on the Indian and American markets around Fall 2007. Pleo shipments started on December 5, 2007. In April 2009, Ugobe laid off all of its employees and filed for bankruptcy. On June 8, 2009 Jetta (the original Pleo manufacturer) announced it is re-launching Pleo and are continuing the line including accessories such as the vital battery and battery charger components. Pleo is now owned by Innvo Labs Corporations (a division of Jetta). Pleo was engineered by a group of
    10.00
    1 votes
    83
    Dopetracks

    Dopetracks

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    Dopetracks is an online music collaboration and promotion platform for hip hop Emcees and Producers. Producers upload original instrumental music. These beats then become available for Emcees looking to lay down a vocal. All of the vocal recording is done via the Dopetracks Studio - a flash-based audio recording engine. This collaboration is a track that can be doped, commented on, and shared via a social network widget. Users can challenge each other in virtual rap battles, add a verse to existing tracks and initiate user competitions. Dopetracks was designed to level the playing field by letting budding bedroom Emcees and Producers have a shot at being heard by the world. The result is a vibrant and dynamic community of talented hip hop artists and fans. Launched in April 2007, Dopetracks attracts a large number of addicts, who use the site regularly to promote their music, improve their skill level or just to have fun. Dopetracks, LLC is based out of Los Angeles, CA.

    6.50
    4 votes
    84
    DP Review

    DP Review

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: dpreview.com Limited
    • Website status:
    Digital Photography Review (established November 1998) is a website about digital cameras and digital photography. The website has comprehensive reviews of digital cameras, lenses and accessories, buying guides, user reviews, and very active forums for the individual cameras as well as general photography forums. The website also has a large database with information about the individual digital cameras, lenses, printers and imaging applications. Originally based in London, England, www.dpreview.com and most of its team relocated to Seattle, Washington in 2010. www.dpreview.com is one of the top 1,000 most visited websites on the Internet, according to Alexa Internet. The website itself claims that "These days the site is one of, if not the, premium digital photography site with an audience of seven million unique visitors a month reading over one hundred million pages". Camera reviews www.dpreview.com has been regularly publishing long, technically-orientated camera reviews since the website launched in 1998. The content and scope of the reviews has changed over time, but the basic formula (extensive descriptions of controls and menus, consistent, repeatable studio tests,
    6.50
    4 votes
    85
    Longjump

    Longjump

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Relationals
    • Website status:
    Based in Sunnyvale, California, LongJump is a service of Relationals Inc., a privately-held, proven provider of on-demand CRM and SFA business applications to more than 100 enterprise companies. LongJump provides a catalog of highly customizable, interconnected on-demand applications aimed at SMBs in high growth markets that need to drive revenue growth by making employees and teams more efficient and productive. LongJump is committed to providing an extensive catalog of highly customizable, business applications that work together while supporting the needs of its customers.
    5.60
    5 votes
    86
    4chan

    4chan

    • Website category: Imageboard
    • Website owner: Christopher Poole
    • Website status: Active
    4chan is an English-language imageboard website. Users generally post anonymously, with the most recent posts appearing above the rest. 4chan is split into various boards with their own specific content and guidelines, while registration is not required. Launched on October 1, 2003, its boards were originally used for the posting of pictures and discussion of manga and anime, as the site was modelled on Japanese imageboards. However the site quickly became popular and expanded, though much of 4chan's content still features otaku, anime and other Japanese cultural influences. The site has been linked to Internet subcultures and activism, most notably Project Chanology. 4chan users have been responsible for the formation or popularization of Internet memes such as lolcats, Rickrolling, "Chocolate Rain", Pedobear and many others. The site's "Random" board is by far its most popular and notorious feature. Known as "/b/", there are minimal rules on posted content. Gawker once jokingly claimed that "reading /b/ will melt your brain". The site's anonymous community and culture have often provoked media attention. For media planners, this enterprise is "further proof that creativity is
    8.50
    2 votes
    87
    Astronomy Picture of the Day

    Astronomy Picture of the Day

    • Website category: Photo sharing
    • Website owner:
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    Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) is a website provided by NASA and Michigan Technological University (MTU). According to the website, "Each day a different image or photograph of our universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer." The photograph is not necessarily taken on the exact day that it is displayed, and images are sometimes repeated. However, the pictures and descriptions are often related to current events in astronomy and space exploration. The text has several hyperlinks to more pictures and websites for more information. The images are either photographs, images taken at other wavelengths and displayed with false colors, video footage, animations or artist’s conceptions. Past images are stored in the APOD Archive, with the first image appearing on June 16, 1995. This initiative has received support from NASA, the National Science Foundation, and MTU. The images are sometimes authored by people or organizations outside of NASA, and therefore APOD images are often copyrighted, unlike many other NASA image galleries. When APOD began it received only 14 pages views on its first day. As of 2012 it is estimated that there have
    8.50
    2 votes
    88
    Dabble DB

    Dabble DB

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Smallthought Systems
    • Website status:
    Dabble DB was a web application written using the Seaside web framework which allows users to create database applications using a web browser. A Dabble DB application can import data and export data in a variety of formats. Unlike most traditional relational database systems, it uses a point-and-click interface rather than relying on programming. The system is forgiving of data type issues when importing or entering data. On June 10, 2010, Dabble DB announced that their parent company, Smallthought Systems, had been acquired by Twitter. On March 17, 2011, Dabble DB announced that the Dabble DB service would be shut down on May 18, 2011. On March 31, Morningstar ran a story about Dabble DB users being thrown a lifeline.
    8.50
    2 votes
    89
    European NAvigator

    European NAvigator

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l'Europe
    • Website status: Active
    European NAvigator (ENA) was the former name of the digital library on the history of European integration and related institutions. The research project is now online at www.cvce.eu, a website dedicated to European integration studies. The project is developed by the CVCE (Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l'Europe), a Luxembourg-based public undertaking that is actively supported by the Ministry of Culture, Higher Education and Research. The website is available in English and French, though some documents are available in other languages. The large multimedia knowledge base includes:
    8.50
    2 votes
    90
    Footard: Disposable Email

    Footard: Disposable Email

    • Website category: Web-based email
    • Website owner: Mike Kroger
    • Website status: Beta
    Registration with most web sites and/or services on the Internet requires a real email address. Of course, not long after registration, the spam flood begins! Well Footard offers a way around the problem.

    Using Footard you can create a real email address that doesn't require registration. Thus there is no connection between you and your Footard email address. When spammers get their filthy hands on your Footard email address, simply delete the email account and create a new one.

    Footard offers safe and secure access to as many email accounts as you'd like to create. Sent and received emails can be deleted manually, or they will automatically delete when more than four days old. Email accounts will automatically be closed after thirty days of inactivity, and none of it costs you a cent!
    8.50
    2 votes
    91
    IDesktop.tv

    IDesktop.tv

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: 3rd Eye Solutions
    • Website status:
    iDesktop.tv is a new web 2.0 online video application that is designed to allow users to browse, watch, and download videos from YouTube.
    8.50
    2 votes
    92
    News Lab

    News Lab

    • Website category: News
    • Website owner: News Limited
    • Website status:
    NEWS lab was the research and development section of the NEWS.com.au website, based in Sydney, Australia. The lab lets users comment and rate a number of internet products being developed by NEWS.com.au. The collated feedback is used to assist with alterations to the products' design or function before being released to other websites within the group. The 14 November 2006 launch coincided with World Usability Day 2006, a global event designed to raise users awareness in regards to product usability. The lab was closed and the URL deactivated in 2007. NEWS Lab is the R&D section of NEWS.com.au, the Australian breaking news website run by News Digital Media. The lab concept was created by Charles Brewer and Graeme Merrall and managed by Sigrid Kirk, Group Publisher, News Digital Media. News Digital Media (formally known as News Interactive between 1998 and 2006) is the Digital Media division of News Limited, the Australian arm of Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. Richard Freudenstein, formally COO of BSkyB, was announced as the Chief Executive of News Digital Media on 10 July 2006. He formally took-up this position on 10 October 2006. The 4 products launched with the lab were: NEWS
    8.50
    2 votes
    93
    RealSelf

    RealSelf

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    • Website owner:
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    RealSelf.com is the leading consumer website for getting informed about the anti-aging and personal beauty marketplace. RealSelf.com features consumer reviews, answers to key questions from industry experts and the RealSelf Index, a ranking of treatments based on the ratings given by RealSelf.com reviewers. RealSelf.com is a privately-held company based in Seattle.  Investors include Richard Barton, CEO of Zillow.com and former CEO/founder of Expedia, Bill Gossman, CEO of Revenue Sciences and Nick Hanauer, partner at Second Avenue Partners.

    8.50
    2 votes
    94
    USGS National Water Information System

    USGS National Water Information System

    • Website category: Database
    • Website owner: United States Geological Survey
    • Website status: Active
    These pages provide access to water-resources data collected at approximately 1.5 million sites in all 50 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Online access to this data is organized around the categories listed to the left. The USGS investigates the occurrence, quantity, quality, distribution, and movement of surface and underground waters and disseminates the data to the public, State and local governments, public and private utilities, and other Federal agencies involved with managing our water resources.
    8.50
    2 votes
    95
    ChefDB

    ChefDB

    • Website category: Database
    • Website owner:
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    ChefDb is a project aimed at documenting the work history of chefs and restaurateurs from around the world.
    7.33
    3 votes
    96
    Islamictorrents

    Islamictorrents

    • Website category:
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    IslamicTorrents was a BitTorrent tracker that focused mainly on Islamic and Islam related materials. Their tracker handled requests and tracks videos, audio files, Islamic lectures, Qur'an files, Islamic software, books and particularly documentaries relating to Islam. Previously the site catered to approximately 40,000 users worldwide and boasted over 900,000 torrents downloaded. The site was originally started by SysOp m12345 to provide Muslims from various backgrounds and age groups with Islamic content in a free medium. IslamicTorrents was a website under the umbrella of the Digital Halal Islamic portal.
    7.33
    3 votes
    97
    JSPWiki

    JSPWiki

    • Website category: Wiki
    • Website owner: Jalkanen, Janne
    • Website status: Active
    JSPWiki is wiki software built around the standard J2EE components of Java, servlets and JSP. It was written by Janne Jalkanen and released under the LGPL. It is currently undergoing incubation with Apache and its license has been changed to the Apache License. The Sun Java System Portal Server includes it as one of its core applications. It is primarily used for company intranets and has an active developer community, also including the i3G Institute of the Heilbronn University. Janne Jalkanen started developing JSPWiki in 2001. This software is used by many different companies and universities, primarily as a project wiki or a knowledge management application. Sun Microsystems has integrated JSPWiki into their portal server software. Due to its easy installation, many people also use it privately to organize their personal information (for example, as a Personal Information Manager). It can also be used to create a blog because of its blog plugin and RSS support. As of November, 2007, JSPWiki has been a part of the Apache Software Foundation's incubation process.
    7.33
    3 votes
    98
    Webkinz

    Webkinz

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Ganz
    • Website status:
    Webkinz are toy stuffed animals that have a playable online counterpart in "Webkinz World". Webkinz were originally released by the Canadian toy company Ganz on April 29, 2005. The toys are similar to many other small plush toys, however, each Webkinz toy has an attached tag with a unique "Secret Code" printed on it that allows access to the "Webkinz World" website. On Webkinz World, the Secret Code allows the user to own a virtual version of the pet for online play. Lil' Kinz are smaller, less expensive versions of Webkinz, while the Signature collection are larger and slightly more expensive. Sales of plush Webkinz toys are limited to the United States and Canada, but international users can buy virtual pets from the online eStore. In 2006 Webkinz had one million online accounts, and according to one estimate published in Wired they took in $100 million. In 2011, Webkinz made its first commercial on TV. There are many types of Webkinz—some are normal pets, some wild animals, some mythical creatures, and some completely made up. Along with the regular Webkinz toys, there are also smaller, less expensive versions called Lil' Kinz as well as larger, slightly more expensive versions
    7.33
    3 votes
    99
    Photology

    Photology

    • Website category: Photo sharing
    • Website owner: Enoetic, LLC
    • Website status:

    Photology is a desktop application that helps you find, edit and share
    your digital photos. Photology analyzes your photos and then allows you to  search for real-world features like plants, faces and colors. Photology's analysis is quick and automated - no manual tagging is necessary. You can edit and print your photos, create groups of photos and share your photos and groups using files or over the Internet with simple built-in tools.

    6.25
    4 votes
    100
    Rotten Tomatoes

    Rotten Tomatoes

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: News Corporation
    • Website status:
    Rotten Tomatoes is a website devoted to reviews, information, and news of films, widely known as a film review aggregator. Its name derives from the cliché of audiences throwing rotten tomatoes or vegetables at a poor stage performance. The company is currently owned by Flixster, a Warner Bros. company since May 2011. As of 2007, the website's editor-in-chief is Matt Atchity. Rotten Tomatoes was launched on August 12, 1999, as a spare time project by Senh Duong. His goal in creating Rotten Tomatoes was "to create a site where people can get access to reviews from a variety of critics in the US". His inspiration came when, as a fan of Jackie Chan, Duong started collecting all the reviews of Chan's movies as they were coming out in the United States. The first movie reviewed on Rotten Tomatoes was Your Friends & Neighbors. The Web site was an immediate success, receiving mentions by Yahoo!, Netscape, and USA Today within the first week of its launch; it attracted "600 – 1000 daily unique visitors" as a result. Duong teamed up with University of California, Berkeley classmates Patrick Y. Lee and Stephen Wang, his former partners at the Berkeley, California-based web design firm Design
    5.40
    5 votes
    101
    Ars Technica

    Ars Technica

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Condé Nast Publications
    • Website status: Active
    Ars Technica ( /ˌɑrz ˈtɛknɨkə/; Latin for "Technological Art") is a technology news and information website created by Ken Fisher and Jon Stokes in 1998. It publishes news, reviews and guides on issues such as computer hardware and software, science, technology policy, and video games. Ars Technica is known for its features, long articles that go into specific detail on their subjects. Many of the site's writers are postgraduates, and some work for research institutions. Articles on the website are often written in an opinionated tone, as opposed to those in a journal. Ars Technica was privately owned until May 2008 when it was sold to Condé Nast Digital, the online division of Condé Nast Publications. Condé Nast purchased the site along with two others for $25 million and added it to their Wired Digital group, which also includes Wired News and formerly Reddit. The website's staff moved to Chicago, Illinois, and also use offices in San Francisco, California. The cost of operating Ars Technica has always been funded primarily by online advertising. The website generated controversy in 2009 when it experimentally prevented users who used advertisement blocking software from viewing
    7.00
    3 votes
    102
    BuiltWith

    BuiltWith

    • Website category: Technical analysis
    • Website owner: Gary Brewer
    • Website status: Active
    BuiltWith is a website analysis tool, providing technical analysis and SEO optimization information to further your website's marketing, sales and navigation effectiveness.
    7.00
    3 votes
    103
    7.00
    3 votes
    104
    I Play WoW

    I Play WoW

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
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    I Play WoW is a Facebook application that lets you display your World of Warcraft characters in your profile and find other characters by realm, guild, battle group, and even race and class. It is actively developed and has new features added constantly. I Play WoW supports both EU and US realms and lets you configure how your characters are displayed and found through search.

    I also listen to your comments and feedback, so if you have an idea or question create a post in the discussion board and/or send me a message. I'm always looking for new ideas to make this better for you.
    7.00
    3 votes
    105
    Picktastic

    Picktastic

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    Picktastic is an exciting web community blending competitive sports picking
    with social networking. The website is designed to bring people together who
    enjoy all types of sports to compete to see who is the best at picking winners,
    and to talk trash against everyone else in the process.

    7.00
    3 votes
    106
    Truemors

    Truemors

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Nononina, Inc.
    • Website status:
    Truemors, is a user-created rumor reporting site founded by noted author and venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki. The service launched in the middle of May 2007 to mixed reviews. While its home page resembles many list-style sites such as Digg and Reddit, Truemors focuses on "true rumors" in a time-sensitive setting. The service launched with some buzz, as Kawasaki has been a well-regarded author about entrepreneurship with not many startups under his belt. Of particular note, Michael Arrington of TechCrunch stated in a May 15 review, "I like the idea of truemors but they are launching very broadly. Digg became popular based on focusing on a tech niche to start (and it may be stuck there as it tries to expand)." Writing two days later, Seth Godin said on his blog, "I disliked this project from the very first moment I saw the beta." Some expressed their support for Kawasaki's efforts by posting comments to his personal weblog. Others such as Brian Lash, founder of blog-to-audio service Ch4tter, have expressed their support in the form of hopeful blog posts. Guy has remained optimistic about his company's prospects. Responding to the former, he said, "Thanks for the kind words
    7.00
    3 votes
    107
    Twine

    Twine

    • Website category: Social bookmarking
    • Website owner: Radar Networks
    • Website status:
    Twine by Radar Networks is a revolutionary new way to share, organize, and find information. It offers personal or workgroup knowledge management with natural language processing smarts. Twine allows the user to organize, find, and share information in the form of notes, bookmarks, images, videos, and more.
    7.00
    3 votes
    108
    YieldBuild

    YieldBuild

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: HubPages Inc.
    • Website status:
    YieldBuild is a web service that requires a small snippet of javascript to be inserted on pages where the user wants the ads to be optimized. YieldBuild aims to tweak the appearance of contextual ads to maximize revenue.
    7.00
    3 votes
    109
    Zwinky

    Zwinky

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: IAC Search & Media
    • Website status:
    Zwinkies are customizable social avatars that are part of the MyWebSearch Searchbar on computers running Windows. A user creates a non-animated cardboard cutout-like character (a Zwinky) to represent him or herself. It is owned by IAC Search and Media and launched in June 2006. On Friday, April 27, 2007, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for ZWINKTOPIA by IAC Search & Media, Inc., Oakland, CA 94607. The USPTO has given the ZWINKTOPIA trademark serial number of 77168144. The current federal status of this trademark filing is REGISTERED. The correspondent listed for ZWINKTOPIA is ROSEMARY S. TARLTON of MORRISON & FOERSTER LLP, 425 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94105-2482 . The ZWINKTOPIA trademark is filed in the category of Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products , Communications Services , Education and Entertainment Services , Personal & Legal & Social Services . The description provided to the USPTO for ZWINKTOPIA is Computer software for operating and maintaining an online virtual world featuring avatar-based communications for transmission of electronic messages among computer users, chat rooms, electronic bulletin boards, computer games
    7.00
    3 votes
    110
    Bit-tech

    Bit-tech

    • Website category: Blog
    • Website owner:
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    bit-tech.net (often abbreviated to bit-tech, bit or BT) is an online magazine for computer hardware enthusiasts, gamers and case modders, based in the UK. It was founded in 2000, became a fully professional online publication in 2005, and announced its acquisition by Dennis Publishing in October 2008. Dennis Publishing then partnered the site with existing monthly publication Custom PC magazine, making bit-tech the online version of the magazine. At this point the two editorial teams were totally integrated. However due to a restructure in January 2012 the website and magazine now have separate editors again, although several of the writers still contribute material to both publications. The website caters specifically for the computer hardware enthusiast market, providing reviews and articles on higher end hardware and games. Bit-tech is also prominent in the custom case modding scene, providing a focus point for professional and amateur case modders. Much of the site’s content and writing style revolve around this particular reader-base, and its regular readers have been responsible for some of the most well known case mods, such as Orac3 and the Blackmesa HL2 mod. Originally
    6.00
    4 votes
    111
    Faves

    Faves

    • Website category: Social bookmarking
    • Website owner: Blue Dot
    • Website status:
    Faves.com’s free website delivers recommendations personalized to each user’s topics and people of interest. Through a unique Topic Network, Faves.com users are connected to other members who make the highest quality recommendations in their respective areas of interest. Faves.com is led by an experienced group of entrepreneurs formerly from Microsoft®.
    6.00
    4 votes
    112
    HereorThere

    HereorThere

    • Website category:
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    The passion for travel is what hereorthere.com is all about. We want to give you the best tools to share travel, whilst building a wonderful resource of travel experiences that help others.  Think of ‘here or there?’ as a lovely big organic beehive. Our members are like bees, buzzing all over the world, bringing back little gems of recommendations and top tips, to make a tempting honeycomb of travel inspiration.
    6.00
    4 votes
    113
    IBM Desktop Widget (Yahoo!)

    IBM Desktop Widget (Yahoo!)

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: IBM
    • Website status:
    The IBM Yahoo Desktop Widget is a small application which resides on your computer's desktop and supplies information such as special offers, news, stock information, search capabilities, personalized contact information and an employee directory. It runs using the Yahoo widget engine, on both the Windows and Apple OSX platforms.
    6.00
    4 votes
    114
    IGoogle

    IGoogle

    • Website category: Web portal
    • Website owner: Google
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    iGoogle (formerly Google Personalized Homepage), a service of Google, is a customizable Ajax-based startpage or personal web portal (much like Netvibes, Pageflakes, My Yahoo!, and Windows Live Personalized Experience). Google originally launched the service in May 2005. Its features include the capability to add web feeds a "Google Personalized Homepage" to "iGoogle". It will be discontinued by November 2013 as the company believes the need for it has 'eroded over time' As of 17 October 2007 (2007 -10-17) Google had made the service available in many localized versions in 42 languages, and in over 70 country domain-names. In February 2007, 7.1 million people used iGoogle. In April 2008, 20% of all visits to Google's homepage used iGoogle.. Google created the left sidebar feature to compress the size of the gadgets users want to have and to accommodate young chat users who are not interested in features such as news, weather, sports, financial markets, etc. iGoogle gadgets interact with the user and use the Google Gadgets API. Some gadgets developed for Google Desktop can also be used within iGoogle. The Google Gadgets API is public and allows anyone to develop a gadget for any
    6.00
    4 votes
    115
    RadRounds

    RadRounds

    • Website category: Health
    • Website owner:
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    Social networking platform for radiologists, physicians who specialize in medical imaging.  Tools for sharing clinical cases, discussion, and new job opportunities.  http://www.radRounds.com
    6.00
    4 votes
    116
    Rozmic Wireless

    Rozmic Wireless

    • Website category: Software Services
    • Website owner: Rozmic Wireless
    • Website status: Active
    Rozmic Wireless is a young, flexible software development company working in the spam, virus and instant messaging fields. Rozmic Wireless was incorporated in April 2005 by Ross Cooney, a software developer and entrepreneur who has been at the forefront of spam and virus research for more than a decade. During this time Ross has helped hundreds of US and Canadian based organisations with their spam and virus solutions. Recognising the broad need for dependable virus protection.
    6.00
    4 votes
    117
    All Music Guide

    All Music Guide

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: All Media Guide
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    AllMusic (stylized as allmusic; previously All Music Guide or AMG) is an online music guide service, owned by All Media Guide. AllMusic was founded in 1991 by popular culture archivist Michael Erlewine as a guide for consumers. Its first reference book was published the following year. When first released onto the Internet, AMG predated the World Wide Web and was first available as a Gopher site. AMG headquarters is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. AllMusic's database, which is licensed and used in point-of-sale systems by some music retailers, includes: AllMusic also claims to have the largest digital archive of music, including about six million digital songs, as well as the largest cover art library, with more than half a million cover image scans. The AllMusic database is also used by several generations of Windows Media Player and Musicmatch Jukebox to identify and organize music collections. Windows Media Player 11 and the integrated MTV Urge music store have expanded the use of AllMusic data to include related artists, biographies, reviews, playlists and other data. AllMusic is also used to provide catalog data, artist biographies, album reviews, related artist
    8.00
    2 votes
    118
    Breeding Bird Atlas Explorer

    Breeding Bird Atlas Explorer

    • Website category: Database
    • Website owner: United States Geological Survey
    • Website status:
    BBA Explorer (this website) offers data from published BBAs and interim data from ongoing BBAs in North America in a uniform system. It allows users to learn about the methods used in each atlas project, to get species and block information for each project, and to view the results by species, block, or region in a table or map format. Most descriptive information and tabular results are available through each Atlas Home page and maps are available through the interactive mapping tool named North American BBA Viewer.
    8.00
    2 votes
    119
    DraftMix

    DraftMix

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Blue Frog Gaming
    • Website status:
    Draftmix.com is the next step in the evolution of fantasy sports. While other fantasy sports sites keep rehashing the same old formula, Draftmix is constantly working to make the game easy and engaging.
    8.00
    2 votes
    120
    Duels

    Duels

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Challenge Games, Inc
    • Website status:
    Duels is a new kind of strategy game. A free, player vs. player (PVP) fantasy role playing game, Duels allows you to control your own destiny as you combine the detailed character building and advancement of massively multi-player online role-playing games (MMORPGs) with the strategic and collectible elements of collectible card games (CCGs)
    8.00
    2 votes
    121
    Etsy

    Etsy

    • Website category: Electronic commerce
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    Etsy is an e-commerce website focused on handmade or vintage items as well as art and craft supplies. These items cover a wide range including art, photography, clothing, jewelry, food, bath and beauty products, quilts, knick-knacks, and toys. Many individuals also sell craft supplies such as beads, wire, and jewelry-making tools. All vintage items must be at least 20 years old. The site follows in the tradition of open craft fairs, giving sellers personal storefronts where they list their goods for a fee of $0.20. The site was launched on June 18, 2005, by iospace, a small company composed of Robert Kalin, Chris Maguire and Haim Schoppik. That initial version had taken two and a half months to build. Later Jared Tarbell joined the team. Former NPR executive Maria Thomas joined as COO in 2008, was promoted to CEO and left Etsy in December 2009. Robert Kalin resumed his role as CEO from December 2009 until July 2011. Investors include Sean Meenan, Spencer and Judson Ain, Union Square Ventures, and founders of Flickr and Delicious. Kalin said that he named the site Etsy because he "wanted a nonsense word because I wanted to build the brand from scratch. I was watching Fellini's 8 ½
    8.00
    2 votes
    122
    30 Boxes

    30 Boxes

    • Website category: Ajax
    • Website owner: 83°
    • Website status: Active
    30 Boxes is a calendar web application. The website was founded on August 1, 2005. The website supports drag-and-drop capabilities, one-click editing, plain-language event adding, as well as unique features aimed towards social networkers. Calendars can contain feeds from Twitter, Blogger, MySpace, Facebook, WordPress, Vox, and Upcoming.org, which generates a social timeline listing all of a user's recent online activity. Users can also import and export data as ics or csv files, or as an RSS feed. The website includes a plain-language event adding feature, which allows users to type phrases such as “Drinks with Richard, tomorrow, 7-9pm, Flute and Whistle”. The website then translates the phrase into an event, determining the location, time, date, and description. Users can add buddies and share calendars with them. 30 Boxes features a simple webtop, which summarizes daily appointments and to-do items. Users can also add applets to the page, such as Google search, Yahoo! Mail, and Google Calendar, a competing online calendar service. 30 Boxes also offers a mobile version of their calendar. Barry Collins of The Sunday Times appreciated the website's plain-language event adding
    9.00
    1 votes
    123
    RivalMap

    RivalMap

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: RivalSoft
    • Website status:
    RivalMap is web-based collaboration software that gives companies a central place to share and address information about competitors and their industry. If your company spends any time watching competitors and their activities, RivalMap will make the management and communication of competitive information much easier and more effective.
    9.00
    1 votes
    124
    Stickam

    Stickam

    • Website category: Social network
    • Website owner: Advanced Video Communications, Inc.
    • Website status:
    Stickam is a website devoted to live-streaming video, with both professional and user-generated content. The site launched in 2006. Stickam features user-submitted pictures, audio, video, and most prominently, live streaming video chat. The site quickly expanded to include live shows and produced content from MTV, G4 TV, CBS Radio, NATPE, CES, and many others, as well as live performances and shows with numerous musicians and celebrities. In addition to streaming their live video on Stickam, the service allows users to embed their streaming webcam feeds into other web sites via a Flash player. The name "Stickam" refers to this ability to "stick" a webcam feed onto another site. Stickam was launched in 2006 and is owned by internet tech investor Wataru Takahashi. Stickam launched it's Facebook social login feature at VidCon 2012 (where Stickam had teamed with Maker Studios to live stream VidCon 2012). This feature was created to help stickam users increase their YouTube followers. Stickam has as of August 2012 a VIP user program. The VIP program gives users ad-free usage as well as being featured on the "who's live" page, 25 coins from the shuffle marketplace and a VIP badge on the
    9.00
    1 votes
    125
    StopFinder

    StopFinder

    • Website category: Local search
    • Website owner: StopFinder Ltd.
    • Website status: Active
    Helps people living in or visiting Toronto to find nearby parking spots and TTC stops.
    9.00
    1 votes
    126
    Ukrainian Wikipedia

    Ukrainian Wikipedia

    • Website category:
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    The Ukrainian Wikipedia (Ukrainian: Українська Вікіпедія, Ukrayins’ka Vikipediya) is the Ukrainian language edition of the Wikipedia encyclopedia. The first article was written on January 30, 2004. On October 1, 2005, it reached the 20,000-article mark. As of February 2012 it is the 14rd-largest Wikipedia. As of July 2011 it has almost 300,000 articles. As of September 2012 it has 400,000 articles.
    9.00
    1 votes
    127
    Velferdsvillaen

    Velferdsvillaen

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    Velferdsvillaen.org is a webpage created in 2006 by a group of Nordic youth, Nordisk Ungdomspanel, founded by Norway's formanship in the Nordic Council of Ministers, intended to educate Nordic teenagers about the welfare system in the Nordic Countries. The webpage uses Flash to demonstrate a house, but each room contains facts about the Nordic Countries and interactive games and quizzes made to introduce the North in an interesting way. The Villa is a one floor house with a basement. The visitor is greeted by a so-called Welfare Ambassador, who invites the visitor to explore the rooms of the house. The Ambassador then follows you around the house and points out interesting things. Each room often has a theme. Here is a list of rooms and the main things inside them.
    9.00
    1 votes
    128
    WhatIfSports.com

    WhatIfSports.com

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: News Corporation
    • Website status: Active
    WhatIfSports.com is a company based in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. that specializes in online sports simulations and fantasy-style games. It uses custom sports simulators to allow users to match teams from any era and generate a complete play-by-play of a game. Simulations can be run for free, or users can build custom teams consisting of players from any generation and join leagues with their friends for a fee. Results are based on each player's combined stats from previous seasons. The site won the 2005 Webby award as the best sports website and claims more than 600,000 users as of 2009. Founded in 1999, WhatIfSports was a side project of a couple of sports fans working for a computer consulting company in Cincinnati, Ohio. After numerous lunchroom debates on which great historical baseball teams would win if they could play each other, a few guys decided to up the ante. At the height of the dot-com bubble, they decided to undertake the challenge of trying to write an advanced baseball simulator (along the lines of Strat-O-Matic and APBA) that would work on a website. An early version of the baseball simulator was up and running by fall of 1999. The next project was college
    9.00
    1 votes
    129
    BlogTV

    BlogTV

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    About BlogTV

    This is the place where you can show off your talent, build a fan base and share your opinions LIVE! You bring the webcam, we bring the stage. We're here to help you get your 15 minutes of fame.

    Here is what you can do with blogTV

    Broadcast your own live shows, just plug in your webcam and Start Broadcasting
    Record and archive your shows,press record at any time during your show and it will automatically be stored in your show page.
    Chat with your viewers, it is the perfect way to get live feedback during your shows.
    Co-host live shows, split a show with a friend or invite an audience member to co-host with you.
    Share you shows,send shows to friends, post shows to blogs, send email alerts and RSS feeds.
    Manage your shows, organize your shows once they are recorded. You can change your show title, write a description, insert a logo/picture and add tags so everyone can find you.
    Watch live shows, discover something new.

    6.67
    3 votes
    130
    Bungie.net

    Bungie.net

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Microsoft
    • Website status: Active
    Bungie.net is the official website of video game developer Bungie Studios, makers of the popular Halo series for Xbox, as well as earlier games such as Minotaur, Pathways Into Darkness, the Marathon series, Myth, Myth 2 and Oni. Before Bungie was purchased by Microsoft, Bungie.net was used to host and play the Myth series of games.In addition to being the main portal to all official information about Bungie and their games, Bungie.net also operates as a statistical database for the game Halo 2. Bungie.net retrieves data directly from the Xbox Live servers and stores it in its databases. Every Xbox Live player that participates in a match of a Halo 2 will have an account created on Bungie.net. Connecting your Xbox Live Gamertag with a Microsoft Passport enables you to log on to your account. When logged on you can access much more information. The Game Viewer allows you to see any match on a series of images of the map telling you where you got killed, who killed you, and where they killed you from. You can also change settings to show where a specific player has achieved all his kills. You can also access information on any of Bungie's past or upcoming games, along with news
    6.67
    3 votes
    131
    Mininova

    Mininova

    • Website category: Peer-to-peer
    • Website owner:
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    Mininova is a website offering BitTorrent downloads. Mininova was once one of the largest sites offering torrents of copyrighted material, but in November 2009, following legal action in the Dutch courts, the site operators deleted all torrent files uploaded by regular users including torrents that enabled users to download copyrighted material. The site is based in the Netherlands and was launched in January 2005 as a successor to Suprnova.org, which went offline at the end of 2004 following legal difficulties. In April 2007, Mininova B.V. (the company running Mininova.org) won a domain dispute about the domain mininova.com, which had been exploited by a phisher. The word ‘mininova’ ranked 9 on Google’s list of most queried terms in 2006. In May 2008, Mininova indicated that there had been over 5 billion downloads via the site. Mininova also runs a video sharing site, called Snotr. In May 2009, the Dutch copyright enforcement organization BREIN started a civil procedure against Mininova demanding that Mininova filter torrent files pointing to copyrighted works. During the proceedings, Mininova stated that it was not feasible for the site to identify such files, but said that it
    6.67
    3 votes
    132
    Fleaflicker

    Fleaflicker

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Fleaflicker, LLC
    • Website status:
    New Jersey based  FleaFlicker is a “new web” fantasy football alternative. It’s free (ad supported) and has an arguably richer feature set than the existing options.
    5.75
    4 votes
    133
    Cyworld

    Cyworld

    • Website category: Social network service
    • Website owner: SK Group
    • Website status:
    Cyworld (Hangul: 싸이월드) is a South Korean social network service operated by SK Communications (Hangul: SK커뮤니케이션즈), a subsidiary of SK Telecom (Hangul: SK텔레콤). Members cultivate relationships by forming Ilchon (Hangul: 일촌, Hanja: 一寸) or "friendships" with each other through their minihompy. Avatars and "mini-rooms", small, decorate-able, apartment-like spaces in an isometric projection, also feature. All of this can make for a Sims-like experience. The "Cy" in Cyworld could mean "cyber" but is also a pun on the Korean word for relationship (Hangul: 사이 'between'). Revenue is generated through the sale of dotori (Hangul: 도토리), or "acorns", which can then be used to purchase virtual goods, such as background music, pixelated furniture and virtual appliances. Cyworld also has operations in China and Vietnam. Launched in 1999, Cyworld was purchased by SK Communications in 2003 and became one of the first companies to profit from the sale of virtual goods. Cyworld soon became wildly popular in its home market with 2005 claims that practically every South Korean in their 20s and 25 percent of the total population of South Korea were users. By 2006 its domestic user-base numbered 19
    7.50
    2 votes
    134
    Faketown

    Faketown

    • Website category:
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    California-based Faketown is a 6-year old “social game” that quietly relaunched in mid-August, although they’ve yet to announce the change publicly. The site centers around a virtual chat room, and allows users to create, buy, sell, trade and share virtual products, services and real estate - it’s broadly similar to Habbo Hotel, Cyworld and Gaia Online, but with much more freedom to develop your own content.
    7.50
    2 votes
    135
    Gay Youth UK

    Gay Youth UK

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    Gay Youth UK or in more recent times GYUK is a website and message board forum for British gay, lesbian, bisexual, Transgender and questioning people under the age of 25. GYUK is mainly an online support group, helping others in the young LGBT community deal with issues such as coming out, bullying and homophobia, alongside issues of sex and relationships. The forums and website also provide support on more general personal issues, unrelated to sexuality, such as family problems and mental health. In recent times, the inclusion of a current affairs forum has broadened and increased discussion of home and worldwide events and politics. GYUK is similar to many other internet forums, with the usual internet memes, quizzes and games. GYUK was founded by Nick and David Joseph Henry in 1997 as a support website for the Gay Youth community, which, at the time, was considered ground-breaking and was commended by other online LGBT groups. The Site rose from the '#GAYYOUTHUK' IRC chat group, which was linked in with the site. The IRC Group closed and the site's members began to use Yahoo! Groups (at the time called EGroups). In 1999 a group of members led by David Henry decided there
    7.50
    2 votes
    136
    Geometry from the Land of the Incas

    Geometry from the Land of the Incas

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    Geometry from the Land of the Incas is a free geometry website funded by advertising, aimed mainly at high school and college age students. Developed by Antonio Gutierrez, the site uses sound, dynamic geometry, animations, science, and Incan history with the goal of raising students' interest in Euclidean geometry. Numerous problems are presented with step-by-step solutions for each proof. Around 2003, the website won several minor awards from educational publications, including One of the Top 10 educational Web Sites Canada's SchoolNet's in 2003 , the Knot #284 Canadian Mathematical Society , NCTM Illuminations Web Byte (National Council of Teacher of Mathematics), and one of 30 “Desert Island Theorems” of the book: "The Changing Shape of Geometry Celebrating a Century of Geometry and Geometry Teaching", the Mathematical Association UK. The author designed the site for teachers, students and parents, and anyone else curious about geometry, mathematics, popular science, geography, Incan history and visual perception. The site moved to www.gogeometry.com on November 5, 2007 from www.agutie.homestead.com. Geometry from the Land of the Incas is divided into nine major categories:
    7.50
    2 votes
    137
    Memory Alpha

    Memory Alpha

    • Website category: Wiki
    • Website owner: Wikia, Inc.
    • Website status:
    Memory Alpha (often abbreviated to MA) is a wiki that is an encyclopedic reference for topics related to the Star Trek fictional universe. Conceived by Harry Doddema and Dan Carlson in September 2003 and officially launched on December 5 of that year, it uses the wiki model and is hosted by Wikia, Inc. on the MediaWiki software. According to Jane Klobas, the site is a large and vibrant resource. Memory Alpha contains over 34,000 articles in its English edition alone as of June 2012, making it one of the largest wiki projects. The site is also available in several other languages, including Bulgarian, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, Esperanto, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish and Swedish. Memory Alpha aims to create a comprehensive database for all fans, but was not conceived as a wiki. Two concerns spurred its creation: many Star Trek references of the time were incomplete, and the most promising would shut down regularly, like the site TrekPulse, which closed inexplicably in late 2005 to be reborn the next year as TrekCore. Doddema and Carlson christened their project Memory Alpha, after the Federation's largest information archive, from the
    7.50
    2 votes
    138
    Ponoko

    Ponoko

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    Ponoko is the world's first personal manufacturing platform. It's the online space for a community of creators and consumers to use a global network of digital manufacturing hardware to co-create, make and trade individualized product ideas on demand.
    The ponoko.com marketplace connects creators, consumers, digital manufacturing hardware and service providers to promote, make and trade products on Ponoko and social networking websites.
    7.50
    2 votes
    139
    SellABand

    SellABand

    • Website category: Music
    • Website owner:
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    SellaBand is a music website that allows artists to raise the money from their fans and the SellaBand community in order to record a professional album. SellaBand uses the mechanisms of Crowd-funding and is to be seen as a Direct-to-Fan / Fan-funded music platform utilising a Threshold Pledge System / Provision Point Mechanism. It was set up by Johan Vosmeijer (ex Sony/BMG), Pim Betist (ex Shell), and Dagmar Heijmans (ex Sony/BMG) in August 2006. Its offices used to be located in Amsterdam, Netherlands, but it was originally incorporated in Bocholt, Germany. In October 2010 the post-bankruptcy company moved to Munich, Germany. On April 8, 2008, SellaBand raised EU€3.5 million (US$5 million) in their Series A round led by Prime Technology Ventures. In early 2009, Pim Betist left SellaBand to set up Africa Unsigned, using SellaBand technology as a base and supported by the Dutch government. In January 2010, Sellaband filed for Bankruptcy. It relaunched days later, after an investor stepped forward. The office was relocated to Munich, Germany. On October 1, 2009 SellaBand launched a new model that gave artists total flexibility in their fan funding plans and did not take rights. Any
    7.50
    2 votes
    140
    Standard Society

    Standard Society

    • Website category: Web 2.0
    • Website owner: Cesar H. Castro, Jr.
    • Website status: Active
    Standard Society serves as a social mode of life promoting the state of the social web and media behind it, along with personal projects, thoughts and ideas of Cesar H Castro Jr.
    7.50
    2 votes
    141
    XinDesk

    XinDesk

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Xin Company
    • Website status:
    Xindesk is a free WebOS that runs in a web browser. It requires a web browser with JavaScript support. It is developed by the XIN company, based in Sweden. The product is built on the technical foundation of Xin teleport. Some of its features are:
    4.80
    5 votes
    142
    43 Things

    43 Things

    • Website category: Social network service
    • Website owner: The Robot Co-op
    • Website status:
    43 Things is a social networking website established as an online goal setting community. It is built on the principles of tagging, rather than creating explicit interpersonal links (as seen in Friendster and Orkut). Users create accounts and then list a number of goals or hopes; these goals are parsed by a lexer and connected to other people's goals that are constructed with similar words or ideas. This concept is also known as folksonomy. Users can set up to 43 goals, and are encouraged to explore the lists of other users and "cheer" them on towards achieving their goals. 43 Things was launched on January 1, 2005, by the Robot Co-op, a small company based in Seattle founded by blogger Erik Benson, Maktub keyboardist Daniel Spils, and former Amazon.com and Microsoft executive Josh Petersen. According to "43 Things: A Community Study," 43 Things has two shortcomings: (1) it fails to have a central area containing documentation about the website and (2) it relies heavily upon RSS, which is unfamiliar to a large portion of users. Other than that, it is basically user friendly, and has received solid reviews in regards to responsiveness and user suggestion integration. In 2005, 43
    5.50
    4 votes
    143
    Bing

    Bing

    • Website category: Search engine
    • Website owner: Microsoft
    • Website status: Active
    Bing (formerly Live Search, Windows Live Search, and MSN Search) is a web search engine (advertised as a "decision engine") from Microsoft. Bing was unveiled by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on May 28, 2009 at the All Things Digital conference in San Diego. It went fully online on June 3, 2009, with a preview version released on June 1, 2009. Notable changes include the listing of search suggestions as queries are entered and a list of related searches (called "Explore pane") based on semantic technology from Powerset that Microsoft purchased in 2008. On July 29, 2009, Microsoft and Yahoo! announced a deal in which Bing would power Yahoo! Search. All Yahoo! Search global customers and partners are expected to have made the transition by early 2012. In October 2011, Bing announced it was working on new back-end search infrastructure, with the goal of delivering faster and slightly more relevant search results for users. Known as "Tiger," the new index-serving technology has been incorporated into Bing globally, since August 2011. In May 2012, Bing announced another redesign of its search engine that includes "Sidebar," a social feature that searches users' social networks for
    5.50
    4 votes
    144
    Styky

    Styky

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Fone2Fone, Inc.
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    Styky is a new social networking community that allows members to share contacts, messages, pictures, and other content from their mobile phones. With Styky, one can access, manage, message, and update contacts from any phone, styky.com, and even Facebook, while Styky keeps everything in sync. You can think of it as a free, enhanced mobile blackbook.
    6.33
    3 votes
    145
    Bullshido.net

    Bullshido.net

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    Bullshido.net is a website that aims to root out fraudulent practices in the martial arts. Since its start in 2002 Bullshido.net has earned media attention for at least one of its investigations. Bullshido.net's discoveries, methods, and forum have brought criticism from some parties, particularly those it has investigated. The term "Bullshido" is a blend of "bullshit" and "bushidō" and is used as a pejorative term for a school's inaccurate or fraudulent claims. Bullshido.net began in 2002 when several members of an Abu Dhabi Combat Club (ADCC) forum, disgruntled at the management and attitude of moderators of that site, decided to form their own in response. The site was then called "McDojo.com", from "McDonalds" and "dojo". The term McDojo was used for schools that had overly commercial features that could harm the study of martial arts. However, due to a legal challenge by the McDonald's Corporation over the use of this McWord, the website was renamed Bullshido.net. Bullshido.net, as the name suggests, was created to expose "bullshit" in claims made by martial arts schools and instructors. Because of the loose moderation of its forums, other martial arts sites have used its
    8.00
    1 votes
    146
    Dmusic.com

    Dmusic.com

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    DMusic.com is a social community for musicians on the internet. It allows artists to share their music and promote themselves through interaction. Anyone can listen, download, send, and comment on songs for free. The community can also set up profiles with pictures, journals (blogs), personal info, and more. DMusic differentiates between an artist and a user. Each user is able to share an artist account with other members of their band. The user is then able to interact on a personal level as well as on a more professional level. DMusic is also a source for digital music news, reviews, information. DMusic was originally created as part of a larger network of both art and music related websites along with DeviantArt. In 1997, high school sophomore Angelo Sotira founded a company he called Dimension Music. The site originally featured links to illegal MP3s, but eventually it was transformed into a genuinely legal site. He sold it in 1999 to Michael Ovitz and his Lynx Technology Group. It became part of DMusic Network, LLC. In 2001, the company was again sold, this time to L. Feldman who presides over it today. Artist's Page As a DMusic artist, artists are automatically given an
    8.00
    1 votes
    147
    Fauxto

    Fauxto

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Faux Labs
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    Splashup, formerly Fauxto, is a powerful editing tool and photo manager. With all the features professionals use and novices want, it's easy to use, works in real-time and allows you to edit many images at once. Splashup runs in all browsers, integrates seamlessly with top photosharing sites, and even has its own file format so you can save your work in progress.

    8.00
    1 votes
    148
    Gather

    Gather

    • Website category: Political blog
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    Gather or Gather.com is a social networking website designed to encourage interaction by discussion of various social, political and cultural topics. Its headquarters are in Boston, Massachusetts. Rather than hosting their own images, Gather appears to just hotlink images from wikimedia for their articles. The website was founded in 2005 by Tom Gerace, an entrepreneur who previously founded the affiliate marketing company, Be Free. Gather has attracted investments and partnerships from media companies ranging from McGraw-Hill and Hearst Publications to American Public Media and a member of the McClatchy family. Starbucks chose Gather over other social networking sites because of its adult demographic. Lotus founder Jim Manzi was an early investor. Gather is one of very few 2007 startups to use television advertising. Quantcast reported that Gather has 4.5 million monthly unique U.S. visitors and 4.4 million globally. Members receive their own subdomain, where they can publish articles and share comments. Also, members can create groups pertaining to their own efforts, or to any other topic. The most popular sections are those for breaking celebrity news, politics and
    8.00
    1 votes
    149
    MOG

    MOG

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    MOG (Music on the go) is a paid subscription online music service and blog network, where subscribers can listen to and read about music. Subscribers can play the tracks that are available in the catalog on a variety of digital devices, including computers, handheld devices, Sonos system and television. The company claims that its catalog contains 16 million tracks, although it is not clear how such count was produced or audited. MOG also allows users to access aggregated editorial content from music blogs, user posts, and in-house editors. MOG was founded by David Hyman, former CEO of Gracenote, former SVP of Marketing at MTV Interactive, and former Director of Ad Sales for Addicted to Noise. MOG is a privately held company headquartered in Berkeley, CA. The company has raised $24.9 million in capital from a variety of sources, including Balderton Capital, Menlo Ventures, Simon Equity, Universal Music Group, and Sony Music. Music producer Rick Rubin is a member of MOG's board of directors. Founded in June 2005, MOG began as a music-themed social network and blog network. Users could create profiles with information about their music tastes, and the now-discontinued MOG-O-MATIC
    8.00
    1 votes
    150
    Pickle.com

    Pickle.com

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Incando Corporation
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    Pickle enables you to easily organize and share ALL your media (photos and videos) from ALL your devices (camera and mobile phone), but with a revolutionary twist. In addition to sharing on Pickle, you can post individual items or entire channels of content anywhere you want -- MySpace, your blog, wherever. And you can update channels on the fly with dispatches from your cell phone. With Pickle, you can broadcast life's moments straight from your mobile to virtually any website.
    8.00
    1 votes
    151
    Red Light Center

    Red Light Center

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Utherverse Digital Inc
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    Red Light Center (RLC) is a privately owned Massively Multi-User Reality (sm) site that was made available to the public early in 2006 by Utherverse Inc.. Its tag line is "EXPAND Your Fantasy". Red Light Center is modeled after Amsterdam’s Red Light District. The online community site offers users virtual nightclubs, hotels, bars, movie theaters and stores. There is a virtual currency called Rays, which members can earn and use for services in the community, Zaby apartments, Gifts for other members, and various other purposes. Rays can also be sold on an open Marketplace for real currency. The last press release noting RLC membership, in March 2008, estimated the registered userbase at over 1.5 million. A player can own their own Zaby apartment within the 3D World. It is possible to install televisions with streaming video, or a jukebox with music. One can color the walls, and place furniture. The Zaby apartments vary in size from a small one-bedroom apartment to a large country house. There are other worlds attached to Red Light Center, the largest of which being Virtual Vancouver, modeled on the city of Vancouver, which includes notable landmarks and buildings. Virtual Vancouver
    8.00
    1 votes
    152
    Slovak Wikipedia

    Slovak Wikipedia

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    The Slovak Wikipedia (Slovenská Wikipédia) is the edition of Wikipedia in the Slovak language. It was started on or before 23 September 2003, only becoming active in the summer of 2004. It cleared the 15,000-article mark in September 2005 and the 50,000-article mark in August 2006 and the 100,000 article mark in August 2008. The Slovak Wikipedia has over 170,000 articles as of 28 March 2012. The Slovak Wikipedia is among the largest Slavic-language Wikipedia editions. There is a large amount of short bot-generated articles in the Slovak Wikipedia.
    8.00
    1 votes
    153
    Soup.io

    Soup.io

    • Website category: Tumblelog
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    Soup.io is a new service that serves as an aggregator for a lot of your public social media feeds. It is designed as your online scrapbook where you can share tidbits, thoughts, observations, snapshots, and whatever else is running through your mind with the world.
    8.00
    1 votes
    154
    Thoof

    Thoof

    • Website category: Social news
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    Thoof is a user generated news website, which automatically personalizes the articles shown to users, and where users can collaboratively edit articles, in a manner reminiscent of Wikipedia.
    8.00
    1 votes
    155
    Yahoo! Messenger

    Yahoo! Messenger

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    Yahoo! Messenger (sometimes abbreviated YIM or YM) is an advertisement-supported instant messaging client and associated protocol provided by Yahoo!. Yahoo! Messenger is provided free of charge and can be downloaded and used with a generic "Yahoo! ID" which also allows access to other Yahoo! services, such as Yahoo! Mail, where users can be automatically notified when they receive new email. Yahoo! also offers PC-PC, PC-Phone and Phone-to-PC service, file transfers, webcam hosting, text messaging service, and chat rooms in various categories. Yahoo! Messenger was originally launched under the name Yahoo! Pager on March 9, 1998. In addition to instant messaging features similar to those offered by ICQ, it also offers (on Microsoft Windows) features such as: IMVironments (customizing the look of Instant Message windows, some of which include authorized themes of famous cartoons such as Garfield or Dilbert), address-book integration and Custom Status Messages. It was also the first major IM client to feature BUZZing and music-status. Another recently added feature is customized avatars. Yahoo! Messenger also allows users to access Yahoo! Chat Rooms. Yahoo! added voicemail and file
    8.00
    1 votes
    156
    Qik

    Qik

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Visivo Communications
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    Qik is a little piece of software that enables you to stream videos directly from your phone to the Web. Use it to stream engaging videos to your friends in Facebook, Twitter, etc. or as your camcorder to capture entertaining and special moments.
    5.25
    4 votes
    157
    Bloglines

    Bloglines

    • Website category: Aggregator
    • Website owner: IAC/InterActiveCorp
    • Website status: Active
    Bloglines is a web-based news aggregator for reading syndicated feeds using the RSS and Atom formats. Mark Fletcher, former CEO of ONElist, founded the site in June 2003 and sold it in February 2005 to Ask.com/InterActiveCorp. In 2005, it hosted more than 200 million searchable blog articles. On July 23, 2007, Bloglines released an iPhone version of their site. On August 27, 2007 the company released a public beta version of their site, with new features such as drag-and-drop feeds in the feed tree and a customizable start page. Bloglines offers an application programming interface that can be used to write software that can read feeds, search its database of feed entries, and ping the service when a blog has been updated. Ask.com announced that Bloglines would be shut down effective November 15, 2010. However, on November 4th, 2010 on-line marketing company MerchantCircle announced that it would assume control of Bloglines.
    7.00
    2 votes
    158
    CollegeHumor

    CollegeHumor

    • Website category: Entertainment
    • Website owner: Connected Ventures, LLC
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    CollegeHumor is a comedy website owned by InterActiveCorp and based in New York City. The site features daily original comedy videos and articles created by its in-house writing and production team, in addition to user-submitted videos, pictures, articles and links. In early 2009, CollegeHumor's editorial staff wrote and starred in their own TV show, The CollegeHumor Show, on MTV. CollegeHumor is operated by CHMedia, a New York company that also owns Defunker, Sports Pickle, and Jest (formerly Today's Big Thing (also owned by IAC)). CHMedia is also a partner of the website BustedTees, an online clothing website. Many of its staff also operate the sister website, Dorkly, centering on video games and video game parodies in the vein of College Humor. The site was created in 1999 by Josh Abramson and Ricky Van Veen and with help from web developer, Jakob Lodwick. Abramson and Van Veen were high school friends from Baltimore, Maryland. Site traffic averages over 7 million monthly unique visitors, according to Quantcast direct measurement. According to Fox News, "[We wanted to start] an advertisement-based business," Abramson said, "because at the time the advertising market was pretty
    7.00
    2 votes
    159
    Defensio

    Defensio

    • Website category:
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    Defensio is an advanced spam filtering web service that learns and adapts to your behaviors and those of your readers. Defensio aims to be an all-in-one anti-spam solution.
    7.00
    2 votes
    160
    Pangea

    Pangea

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    If the world were watching, what would you say?
    7.00
    2 votes
    161
    Political Base

    Political Base

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Digital Commons, LLC
    • Website status:

    PoliticalBase is a structured Wiki that encourages research and debate. Users can edit most of the text but can’t change the underlying database structure. That allows the site to slice and dice data for comparison purposes (something that can’t be done with the free-for-all Wikipedia) but still gives the site’s community the ability to create and edit content.

    7.00
    2 votes
    162
    Uncyclopedia

    Uncyclopedia

    • Website category: Wiki
    • Website owner: Wikia, Inc.
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    Uncyclopedia ("the content-free encyclopedia") is a satirical website that parodies Wikipedia. Founded in 2005 as originally an English-language wiki, the project currently spans over 75 languages. The English version has approximately 30,000 pages of content, second only to the Portuguese. Various styles of humor and cursing are used as a vehicle for parody, from earnest attempts at sophisticated satire to straightforward uses of sarcasm, along with structured in-jokes and frequent non-sequiturs. Like Wikipedia, Uncyclopedia has guidelines regarding what is and is not acceptable content and these guidelines have become progressively stricter as the site expands over time. The site has garnered media attention for its articles on people and places. Its logo, a hollow potato, serves as a parody of Wikipedia's globe logo. Most of the articles on Uncyclopedia contain templates providing a link to the corresponding Wikipedia article. It generally uses the quotes "For those without comedic tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia think they have an article about (a link to the article)." Uncyclopedia was first launched on January 5, 2005, by Jonathan Huang, known online as
    7.00
    2 votes
    163
    Wizz RSS News Reader

    Wizz RSS News Reader

    • Website category: Free software
    • Website owner: Mike Kroger
    • Website status: Active
    The home of Wizz RSS News Reader - A news reading add-on for the Firefox web browser.
    7.00
    2 votes
    164
    Spotplex

    Spotplex

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    Spotplex is the only online content aggregation service that dynamically provides an instant, impartial ranking of popular Web content. With Spotplex, Internet users are not required to change their behavior to generate content rankings. By eliminating tagging and voting, Spotplex more accurately reflects what people read most today.
    6.00
    3 votes
    165
    Alleba

    Alleba

    • Website category: Search engine
    • Website owner: Andrew Dela Serna
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    Alleba is a Philippine web search engine. It was created in 2001 by Filipino web designer Andrew dela Serna. Alleba started as a project to index the best Filipino websites in a directory format and is one of the first local directories behind those such as Yehey and Tanikalang Ginto. In 2004 it was named the WWW Virtual Library of the Philippines. Alleba has since then helped Philippine websites gain more exposure on the Internet. As on June 19, 2012 the search engine seams no longer being maintained, any search entry will end up with a database error.
    5.67
    3 votes
    166
    OKCupid

    OKCupid

    • Website category: Dating system
    • Website owner: Humor Rainbow, Inc.
    • Website status: Active
    OkCupid is a free dating and social networking website that features member-created quizzes and multiple-choice questions. The site supports multiple modes of communication, including instant messages and emails. OkCupid was listed in Time magazine's 2007 Top 10 dating sites. The site is part of the "Match Developing" unit of IAC/InteractiveCorp's Match division. OkCupid facilitates heterosexual and same-sex relationships. OkCupid has 3.5 million active users as of September 2010. According to Compete.com, OkCupid attracted 1.3 million unique visitors in February 2011. The site used to have a highly active journal/blogging community as well. Journals are not available to new members and the feature is designated as "retired." Members have the option of saving favorite users' profiles, which displays the favorited person's responses to questions and profile updates on the member's front page. Any adult may join the site and all users may communicate with others via either private messages or an instant messaging "chat" function. A-List (paying) members see no advertising and have more filtering options, the ability to separate photos into photo albums, and preferential placement in
    5.67
    3 votes
    167
    Finetune

    Finetune

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    Finetune is an online music recommendation service based on the Adobe Flash platform. Finetune streams tracks from the user's favorite artists, and lets the user create and share playlists online. Finetune playlists have a minimum of 45 songs in them. If the user's playlist does not have enough songs, Finetune will add songs similar to ones the user listens to. There are several limitations. For example, the user can only include three songs by any one artist in any given playlist. Also, the songs play randomly in the playlists and the user cannot return to tracks previously played during the session, or skip more than four or five tracks in a row. Finetune allows users of the site to share their playlists by generating URLs that link to a playlist, and allowing users to send the URLs to other people. Also, Finetune provides HTML code to embed flash mini-players into sites such as MySpace. Finetune has also released Finetune Desktop, a desktop player utilizing the Adobe Integrated Runtime. Finetune has also released a Finetune Wii Player, which lets users stream music from their favorite artists, playlists, or tags on the Wii game system. Finetune is a free (as in beer)
    6.50
    2 votes
    168
    Gmail

    Gmail

    • Website category: Web-based email
    • Website owner: Google
    • Website status: Beta
    Gmail is a free, advertising-supported email service provided by Google. Users may access Gmail as secure webmail, as well as via POP3 or IMAP4 protocols. Gmail was launched as an invitation-only beta release on April 1, 2004 and it became available to the general public on February 7, 2007, though still in beta status at that time. The service was upgraded from beta status on July 7, 2009, along with the rest of the Google Apps suite. With an initial storage capacity offer of 1 GB per user, Gmail significantly increased the webmail standard for free storage from the 2 to 4 MB its competitors such as Hotmail offered at that time. Individual Gmail messages, including attachments, may be up to 25 MB, which is larger than many other mail services support. Gmail has a search-oriented interface and a "conversation view" similar to an Internet forum. Gmail is noted by web developers for its pioneering use of Ajax. Gmail runs on Google GFE/2.0 on Linux. As of June 2012, it has 425 million active users worldwide. The Gmail service currently provides more than 10 GB of free storage per account. Users can rent additional storage (shared between Picasa Web Albums, Google Docs and Gmail) from
    6.50
    2 votes
    169
    ImageShack

    ImageShack

    • Website category: Image hosting service
    • Website owner: Imageshack
    • Website status: Active
    ImageShack is a free image hosting website headquartered at Los Gatos, California. ImageShack has a subscription service but the majority of its revenue is produced from advertising related to its free image hosting. According to Nielsen//NetRatings, ImageShack was the fourth fastest growing web brand in July 2006. The site debuted in November 2003 and has since grown greatly in popularity. The main page has a file selection field, where the user may select the image file to upload. The image file format must be either JPEG (JPG), PNG, GIF, TIFF (TIF), BMP, and the file must be smaller than or equal to 5 megabytes. Uploaded BMP and TIFF (TIF) images are automatically converted to PNG format. After the file is uploaded, the user is redirected to a page containing different versions of URLs to the uploaded image. These URLs are preformatted in a variety of HTML and Bulletin Board code snippets, which can be used to hotlink them on websites and message boards. These URLs are not listed publicly, therefore only the user and the people to whom the user shares the URL can know the file location. In mid-2008, Imageshack began 'hiding' the direct link to images, in an attempt to reduce the
    6.50
    2 votes
    170
    Oddmuse

    Oddmuse

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    Oddmuse is a wiki engine. It is free software, licensed under the GNU General Public License. Oddmuse is based on UseModWiki version 0.92, and many patches published on the UseMod site. The programs have diverged since the fork. The creator and main developer of Oddmuse is Alex Schröder. The core wiki engine consists of a single Perl script, which is intended to be kept shorter than 4,000 lines. More features can be added with modules (extensions). Pages in an Oddmuse wiki are stored in a flat file database, i.e. ordinary files. The structure was chosen to simplify the Oddmuse architecture. Oddmuse aims to have all the features required to run multilingual sites. It has Unicode support out-of-the-box. A module allows users to specify the language of paragraphs, and to see only the text written in the languages they understand. Also language tags are supported. There is an ongoing effort to translate Oddmuse documentation into multiple languages. Oddmuse also functions as a content management system, with modules for calendar, comment pages and blogs. The markup of Oddmuse wiki resembles UseMod markup. Some features can be turned off, and others added with a few modules like LaTeX
    6.50
    2 votes
    171
    PollDaddy

    PollDaddy

    • Website category:
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    PollDaddy is an online tool, which allows you to create free polls and place them on your website, blog, MySpace account or anywhere online that you can paste a bit of JavaScript or Flash. PollDaddy is simple and flexible, allowing you to customize the visual style to match your website or email campaign.
    6.50
    2 votes
    172
    PubSub

    PubSub

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Something Simpler
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    PubSub was a prospective search engine for searching blogs, press releases, Usenet, USGS earthquake alerts, SEC filings and FAA Flight Delay information. The site, founded in 2002 by Bob Wyman and Salim Ismail, operated by storing a user's search term, making it a subscription, and checking it against posts on blogs which ping the search engine. When a new match was found, the user was notified, even if it occurred months after the initial search. This feature led PubSub to call itself a matching engine. It also checks incoming Usenet posts, USGS earthquake alerts, press release via NITF, SEC filings and FAA flight delay information. Results could be read on the service's website, or on an optional sidebar, available for both Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, written by Malcolm Pollack and Duncan A. Werner respectively, or via RSS. Results could also be delivered to remote systems via Restful APIs, email or XMPP PubSub got into something of a problem as noted in this blog entry by Bob Wyman and now appears to be dead. "Our days are numbered. A recent attempt to execute a merger has been blocked and we've been blocked from raising equity financing that would allow us to
    6.50
    2 votes
    173
    Wikibooks

    Wikibooks

    • Website category: MediaWiki
    • Website owner: Wikimedia Foundation
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    Wikibooks (previously called Wikimedia Free Textbook Project and Wikimedia-Textbooks) is a wiki hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation for the creation of free content textbooks and annotated texts that anyone can edit. In April 2010, Alexa ranked wikibooks.org as the 2,462 most popular web site in the world. Compete.com estimates that Wikibooks had 576,838 unique visitors, and Quantcast estimates 646,500 unique visitors from the United States in that month. Wikibooks was launched on July 10, 2003, in response to a request made by Wikipedia contributor Karl Wick for a project to host and build free textbooks on subjects such as organic chemistry and physics. Two major sub-projects, Wikijunior and Wikiversity, were created within Wikibooks before its official policy was later changed so that future incubator type projects are started according to the Wikimedia Foundation's new project policy. In August 2006, Wikiversity became an independent Wikimedia Foundation project. Wikijunior is a subproject of Wikibooks that specializes in books for children. The project consists of both a magazine and a website, and is currently being developed in English, Danish, Finnish, French, German,
    6.50
    2 votes
    174
    YEMEMSN Groups

    YEMEMSN Groups

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    MSN Groups was a website part of the MSN network which hosted online communities, and which contained Web pages, hosted images, and contained a message board. MSN Groups was shut down on February 21, 2009 as part of a migration of online applications and services to the Windows Live brand, and later renovated as Windows Live Groups. Since 1991 there were various communities on MSN, all run by MSN, featuring real newsgroups and IRC chat rooms. They were not easily updatable as only MSN Communities staff members could update the one page that each "community" had. There was one for every generic interest. Around 1998-9, MSN created the home pages, which were real Web sites much like Tripod or Geocities. These had no message boards or chat rooms attached. MSN did away with these home pages around 2001-2, not too long after they introduced the Custom Pages and File cab (later referred to as Documents) in MSN Communities, which were later called Groups. Besides the general content and community that many of these groups provided, they would compete for the top ten rankings. Some of the largest groups in the site, often rising to the number 1 spot, included Debate, Critical Thinking and
    6.50
    2 votes
    175
    Daily Kos

    Daily Kos

    • Website category: Political blog
    • Website owner: Markos Moulitsas
    • Website status: Active
    Daily Kos ( /ˈkoʊs/) is a left-leaning American political blog that publishes news and opinions from a progressive point of view. It functions as a discussion forum and group blog for a variety of netroots activists whose efforts are primarily directed toward influencing and strengthening the Democratic Party. Additionally, the site features a participatory political encyclopedia ("DKosopedia"), glossaries, and other content. Daily Kos was founded by Markos Moulitsas (Kos from the last syllable of his first name, his nickname while in the military) in 2002. In 2007, its parent company, Kos Media, LLC, began a fellowship program to help fund a new generation of progressive activists. About a dozen contributing editors provide content for the site, with three to four new editors being chosen from the Daily Kos community every year. As of January 2010, Daily Kos had an average weekday traffic of hundreds of thousands of visits. It is financially sustained by advertising, with Google AdSense and Blogads. The ads focus mostly on activist causes, media, and political candidates. Members can also purchase an ad-free subscription to the site if they want. The website ran on the Scoop
    7.00
    1 votes
    176
    Hellkom

    Hellkom

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    Hellkom is an Internet parody site about Telkom, South Africa's telecommunications monopoly. It was started in June 2004 as a protest to the telecoms parastatal's excessive pricing for its services by Gregg Stirton. In April 2009, Stirton started a discussion forum named BBLounge (short for broadband lounge) to complement the site. Hellkom and BBLounge communities represent South African telecommunication consumers who want to see South Africa benefit from full liberalisation of the telecommunications sector in South Africa by educating the public and the media. Statistical, financial and factual information is provided in an effort to educate the South African and international public of the current telecommunication situation in South Africa. Currently, 1.7 million South Africans have Internet access, from a population of 44 million people. 0.2% of the population have ADSL broadband access. (Source: INTUG) South African ADSL broadband usage is currently being hampered by the 3 GB monthly traffic limit (equivalent to less than a day of moderately sustained usage, after which access is cut off for the rest of the month), by the cost of the service, and by the heavy port
    7.00
    1 votes
    177
    7.00
    1 votes
    178
    MSN Games

    MSN Games

    • Website category: online gaming
    • Website owner: Microsoft
    • Website status: Active
    MSN Games (also known as Zone.com - formerly known as The Village, Internet Gaming Zone, MSN Gaming Zone, and MSN Games by Zone.com) is an online games site devoted primarily to casual games, both stand-alone and multi-player online games. Games are available in free on-line versions, trial versions, and full feature pay-to-play versions. Stand alone games can be played on the Web, or downloaded to a personal computer or smartphone. Multi-player games require either internet or mobile phone connectivity and access to an MSN Live Messenger account. The numerous multi-player games that are available encourage a sense of community as players interact in online game rooms or lobbies, while playing games using Windows Live Messenger, and while on their cell phones when playing Windows Mobile versions of the games. MSN Games is a member site of the MSN portal, and part of the Microsoft corporation, headquartered in Redmond WA. The first version of the site, which was then called "The Village", was founded by Kevin Binkley, Ted Griggs, and Hoon Im. In 1996, Steve Murch, a then-employee of Microsoft, convinced Bill Gates to acquire the small online game site, then owned by Electric
    7.00
    1 votes
    179
    North American Breeding Bird Survey

    North American Breeding Bird Survey

    • Website category: Coordinated program
    • Website owner: United States Geological Survey
    • Website status: Active

    In 1966, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service initiated the North American Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) to monitor bird populations across the continental U.S. and Canada. The BBS is jointly coordinated by the USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center and Canadian Wildlife Service and is active in 49 states and all Canadian provinces with more than 2200 skilled observers participating in the program each year.

    The BBS has accumulated over 35 years of data on the abundance, distribution, and trends for more than 400 bird species. These data permit the analysis of population trends and mapping of relative abundance and trends at various geographic scales. These data are widely used by researchers, federal and state governmental agencies, non-governmental organizations, and the general public for various management, research, and educational purposes.
    7.00
    1 votes
    180
    Picasa

    Picasa

    • Website category: Photo sharing
    • Website owner: Google
    • Website status:
    Picasa is an image organizer and image viewer for organizing and editing digital photos, plus an integrated photo-sharing website, originally created by a company named Lifescape (which at that time may have resided at Idealab) in 2002 and owned by Google since 2004. "Picasa" is a blend of the name of Spanish painter Pablo Picasso, the phrase mi casa (Spanish for "my house") and "pic" for pictures (personalized art). In July 2004, Google acquired Picasa from its original author and began offering it as freeware. Native applications for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Mac OS X (Intel only) are available through Google Labs. For Linux, Google has bundled Wine with the Windows version to create an installation package rather than write a native Linux version, but this version is severely out of date (the latest Windows version, however, can be run with Wine; see the Linux section). There is also an iPhoto plugin or a standalone program for uploading photos available for Mac OS X 10.4 and later. Currently, the latest major version of Picasa is 3.9, which supports Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, and has Google+ integration for users of that service. Version 3.9 also
    7.00
    1 votes
    181
    Qloud

    Qloud

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
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    Qloud delivers the music experience that consumers want– unlimited, on-demand content — where consumers want it — inside their social networks where they can discover and share music with their friends. Over two million registered users across three social networks have recorded 300 million plays in the last four months. The company’s investors and directors include Revolution Chairman and CEO Steve Case and former AOL, Yahoo!, Warner Music Group, EMI Music, and Island Records music executives.
    7.00
    1 votes
    182
    Ancestry.com

    Ancestry.com

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Ancestry.com Inc.
    • Website status:
    The easiest way to discover and organize your family story:
    • Automatically search billions of records to grow your tree
    • Gather your photos and historical records
    • Easily share with friends and family
    6.00
    2 votes
    183
    Del.icio.us

    Del.icio.us

    • Website category: Social software
    • Website owner: Yahoo!
    • Website status: Active

    del.icio.us is a social bookmarking website -- the primary use of del.icio.us is to store your bookmarks online, which allows you to access the same bookmarks from any computer and add bookmarks from anywhere, too. On del.icio.us, you can use tags to organize and remember your bookmarks, which is a much more flexible system than folders.

    6.00
    2 votes
    184
    Engadget

    Engadget

    • Website category: Blog
    • Website owner: Weblogs, Inc.
    • Website status: Active
    Engadget is a multilingual technology blog network with daily coverage of gadgets and consumer electronics. Though on appearance Engadget functions much like a blog and may be defined as such, much of its editorial content takes the form of an online magazine. Engadget currently operates a total of ten 'blogs' - four written in English and six international versions with independent editorial staff. Engadget frequently ranks among the top 5 in the 'Technorati top 100' and was noted in TIME for being one of the best blogs of 2010. Engadget was co-founded by former Gizmodo technology weblog editor and co-founder, Peter Rojas. Engadget is a member of Weblogs, Inc., a blog network with over 75 weblogs including Autoblog and Joystiq and formerly including Hack-A-Day. Weblogs Inc. was purchased by AOL in 2005. Engadget's editor-in-chief, Ryan Block, announced on July 22, 2008, that he would be stepping down as editor-in-chief in late August, leaving the role to Joshua Topolsky. On March 12, 2011, Joshua Topolsky, along with most of the senior editorial staff, announced that he was leaving Engadget making Tim Stevens the editor-in-chief. Joshua Fruhlinger, who has been writing for
    6.00
    2 votes
    185
    Flux

    Flux

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Social Project, Inc.
    • Website status:
    Flux offers social tools like member profiles, videos, photos, guestbook comments and more, keeping them engaged and improving your site metrics. Flux can also help you increase your CPM’s and attract the best advertisers for your content.
    6.00
    2 votes
    186
    HotorNot

    HotorNot

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Eight Days, Inc.
    • Website status:
    Hot or Not was a rating site that allowed users to rate the attractiveness of photos submitted voluntarily by others. The site offers a matchmaking engine called 'Meet Me' and an extended profile feature called 'HOTLISTS'. It is owned by Badoo Trading Limited, and was previously owned by Avid Life Media. 'Hot or Not' was a significant influence on the people who went on to create the social media sites Facebook and YouTube. Photos are approved by a panel of volunteer moderators, who strive to keep the site "fun, clean, and real". However, in recent times there have been changes to the moderating system, see below. The site was founded in October 2000 by James Hong and Jim Young, two friends and Silicon Valley-based engineers. Both graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in electrical engineering, with Young pursuing a Ph.D at the time. The site was a technical solution to a disagreement they made one day over a passing woman's attractiveness. The site was originally called "Am I Hot or Not". Within a week of launching, it had reached almost two million page views per day. Within a few months, the site was immediately behind CNET and NBCi on NetNielsen Rating's Top 25
    6.00
    2 votes
    187
    OpenStreetMap

    OpenStreetMap

    • Website category: Web Map Service
    • Website owner: OpenStreetMap Foundation
    • Website status: Active
    OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a collaborative project to create a free editable map of the world. Two major driving forces behind the establishment and growth of OSM have been restrictions on use or availability of map information across much of the world and the advent of inexpensive portable satellite navigation devices. The maps are created using data from portable GPS devices, aerial photography, other free sources or simply from local knowledge. The data is available under the Open Database License. The OpenStreetMap approach to mapping was inspired by sites such as Wikipedia; the map display features a prominent "Edit" link and a full revision history is maintained. Registered users can upload GPS track logs and edit the vector data using the site's online map editor or free GIS editing tools like JOSM. Various mobile applications also allow contribution of GPX tracks to the OSM project. OpenStreetMap (OSM) was founded in July 2004 by Steve Coast. In April 2006, the OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF) was established to encourage the growth, development and distribution of free geospatial data and provide geospatial data for anybody to use and share. In December 2006, Yahoo confirmed
    6.00
    2 votes
    188
    Ripple monetary system

    Ripple monetary system

    • Website category: Local currency
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    Ripple is an open-source software project for developing and implementing a protocol for an open decentralized payment network. In its developed form (it is not substantially implemented), the Ripple network would be a peer-to-peer distributed social network service with a monetary honour system based on trust that already exists between people in real-world social networks; this form is financial capital backed completely by social capital. Modern monetary systems are built on obligations of the participants to each other. Cash and bonds are government obligations, and loan agreements are the personal obligations of borrowers. Bank account balances are bank obligations, backed by borrower and government obligations. For an obligation to have value, the holder must trust that the issuer can supply that value. Thus the banking network can be described as a trust network. The primary method of making payment to another participant in the system is by transferring ownership of bank obligations electronically over a chain of accounts in the banking network from payer to recipient. The banking network is essentially hierarchical, with banks acting as sole intermediary between its
    6.00
    2 votes
    189
    Essembly

    Essembly

    • Website category: Social network service
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    Essembly is a non-partisan political social networking website that allows its users to connect with one another based on political opinions, participate in unmoderated discussion, and organize for political action. It was founded in 2005 by Joe Green, a Harvard graduate and college roommate of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of the collegiate social-networking site Facebook. Essembly differentiates itself from other social-networking sites by actively promoting intelligent discussion and debate while remaining (as the site's "About Us" page claims) "fiercely non-partisan." A July 2006 Newsweek article put the number of registered users at over 17,000 After its launch in 2005, Essembly membership was offered by invitation only, as the website was still in closed beta. In May 2006, Essembly opened membership to the public (to anyone with a valid email address), and began to run advertisements on Facebook. As of September 2006, Essembly remains in public beta, the staff of Essembly has, on the whole, moved on to a new venture called Project Agape. This has resulted in intermittent user support and server crashes, as well as some bitterness by many of the long-time users. On January 30,
    5.00
    3 votes
    190
    Blog.com

    Blog.com

    • Website category: Blog
    • Website owner:
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    Blog.com is a weblog publishing system owned by Blog.com Inc since 2004. Blog.com was launched in June 2004.Since 2005 Blog.com's goal is to be translated in to as many languages and dialects as there are users and so they begin, with the collaboration of their friends, the blog.com's translation saga.
    5.50
    2 votes
    191
    Empressr

    Empressr

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Fusebox, Inc
    • Website status:
    Empressr is the first flash web-enabled presentation application that provides everything you need to create, manage, publish and share presentations with anyone, anywhere at anytime. Equipped with only a web- browser, Empressr's SaaS offering combines a powerful set of user-friendly design and editing tools to create one of the most dynamic, rich media environments available online today.
    5.50
    2 votes
    192
    PayPerPost

    PayPerPost

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
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    PayPerPost (PPP) is a website which helps content creators such as bloggers find advertisers willing to sponsor specific content. The advertisers create opportunities ("opps") that describe the content they are looking for (e.g. feedback, reviews, buzz, creative, video). The bloggers (sometimes referred to as "Posties") then choose opportunities in their area of interest. Once the blogger has written a blog post or posted a video that matches the requirements, PPP then reviews the post against its requirements (e.g. topic, tone, length) and PPP terms of service (e.g. disclosure required, no adult content), and handles payment. In April 2007, PPP introduced a segmentation system whereby advertisers can limit which bloggers qualify for their opportunity. The system uses criteria such as Google Page Rank, Alexa rank, blogger quality rank, RealRank and blog categories. They can also exclude blogs on certain domains. PayPerPost sparked controversy in its first year, with critics saying that sponsored blogging was unethical. It has received sustained criticism from technology blogger Michael Arrington and sustained support from technology blogger Andy Beard. Some supporters said that
    5.50
    2 votes
    193
    Truphone

    Truphone

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Software Cellular Network
    • Website status:
    Truphone develops Internet Protocol-based (IP-based) mobile internet telephony, delivered by means of 3G mobile networks and Wi-Fi networks. The Truphone service enables free and low-cost calls for customers by routing calls via Wi-Fi and the Internet.
    5.50
    2 votes
    194
    College.com

    College.com

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
    • Website status:
    College.com is the definitive guide to online colleges.
    6.00
    1 votes
    195
    Doof

    Doof

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Money Gaming Corporation
    • Website status:
    Doof.com is the Internet's new playground. Online gamers can sign in and play new games, meet other players and take part in competitions. All games are free to play and doof has the latest games out on the net.
    6.00
    1 votes
    196
    Fav.or.it

    Fav.or.it

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Assembleron Limited
    • Website status:
    Favorit brings together blog reading and replying into one simple web application. Its innovative web interface is designed to allow users to let users read any kind of RSS feed, cut-up, mashed-up with other feeds or “sliced” in any kind of way.
    6.00
    1 votes
    197
    Flixwagon

    Flixwagon

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Myframe Inc
    • Website status:
    With Flixwagon you can broadcast your life LIVE! and keep close to your friends and family. All from the comfort of your mobile phone to whomever you wish to around the globe.
    6.00
    1 votes
    198
    ImThere

    ImThere

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: RampedMedia
    • Website status:
    ImThere is a completely user-driven service dedicated to your events, your interests, and your life that tightly integrates with your mobile phone. With ImThere, the definition of an event is expanded to include interest-related events, such as the release of a product like the iPhone, hot new movies, album releases, or even Talk Like A Pirate Day. Unlike typical event sites that are solely a listing and a map, events on ImThere become thriving communities.
    6.00
    1 votes
    199
    DDRUK

    DDRUK

    • Website category:
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    DDR:UK is a United Kingdom-specific Dance Dance Revolution (DDR), Dancing Stage (DS), and music gaming community on the internet. Its main components are the website and forums, also collectively known as "DDR:UK". Although the community is mainly focused on the United Kingdom, members from all around the world are welcomed, with a large portion of the userbase being located in the United States of America, and smaller groups from Japan, Europe and Central America. Likewise, the community offers resources not just for players of Dance Dance Revolution, but other games in Konami's Bemani series as well as Pump It Up and In the Groove. In addition to the website, the DDR:UK community provides IRC servers for public use, organises events and tournaments for music game players, and even has a hand in producing its own arcade game. The DDR:UK website is home to over 145,000 members from all around the globe. The main website displays prominent news items, relaying items of interest to the community on the subject of topics from new music game releases to upcoming DDR:UK events. The website also features a commercially available blog feature for paying members. The website also regularly
    4.33
    3 votes
    200
    English Wikipedia

    English Wikipedia

    • Website category: Encyclopedia
    • Website owner: Wikimedia Foundation
    • Website status: Active
    The English Wikipedia is the English-language edition of the free online encyclopedia Wikipedia. Founded on 15 January 2001 and reaching four million articles by July 2012, it was the first edition of Wikipedia and remains the largest, with almost three times as many articles as the next largest, the German Wikipedia. As of October 2012, nearly 17.4% of articles in all Wikipedias belong to the English language edition. This share has gradually declined from more than 50% in 2003, because of the growth of Wikipedias in other languages. There are 4,076,955 articles on the site (live count). In January 2012, the combined text of the English Wikipedia's articles totalled approximately 9.7 gigabytes. The first Wikipedia articles were created between September 2001 and January 2002. The Simple English Wikipedia is a variation, with most of the articles using a simplified level of English vocabulary. The English Wikipedia was the first Wikipedia edition and has remained the largest. It has pioneered many ideas as conventions, policies or features which were later adopted by some of the other-language Wikipedia editions. These ideas include "featured articles", the neutral-point-of-view
    5.00
    2 votes
    201
    Internet Movie Database

    Internet Movie Database

    • Website category: Database
    • Website owner: Amazon.com
    • Website status: Active
    The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) is an online database of information related to films, television programs, actors, production crew personnel, video games and fictional characters featured in visual entertainment media. It is one of the most popular online entertainment destinations, with over 100 million unique users each month and a solid and rapidly growing mobile presence. IMDb was launched on October 17, 1990, and in 1998 was acquired by Amazon.com. As of October 12, 2012, IMDb had 2,425,902 titles and 5,315,404 personalities in its database. IMDb originated from an on-paper list started as a hobby by an English film fan Col Needham in early 1987. Although many fans maintained such lists, IMDb began with a usenet posting that Needham had entitled "Those Eyes", about actresses with beautiful eyes. Others with similar interests soon responded with additions or different lists of their own. On October 17, 1990, Needham, a professional computer programmer not affiliated with the visual media except by avocation, posted a simple software package to the USENET newsgroup rec.arts.movies, which allowed others of that group to create and search a basic movie and TV database. The
    5.00
    2 votes
    202
    Last.fm

    Last.fm

    • Website category: Social network
    • Website owner: CBS
    • Website status: Active
    Last.fm is a music website, founded in the United Kingdom in 2002. It claimed 30 million active users in March 2009. On 30 May 2007, CBS Interactive acquired Last.fm for UK£140m (US$280m). Using a music recommender system called "Audioscrobbler", Last.fm builds a detailed profile of each user's musical taste by recording details of the songs the user listens to, either from Internet radio stations, or the user's computer or many portable music devices. This information is transferred ("scrobbled") to Last.fm's database either via the music player itself (Rdio, Spotify, Clementine, Amarok) or via a plugin installed into the user's music player. The data is then displayed on the user's profile page and also compiled to create reference pages for individual artists. By April 2011 Last.fm reported more than 50 billion scrobbles. The service is free for users in the UK, US, and Germany; users in other countries require a subscription to use the radio service (€3.00 per month after a 50 track free trial). The site offers numerous social networking features and can recommend and play artists similar to the user's favourites. The current Last.fm website was developed from two separate
    5.00
    2 votes
    203
    Multimap.com

    Multimap.com

    • Website category: Web Map Service
    • Website owner:
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    Multimap.com was a United Kingdom based provider of mapping and location-based services. It was acquired by Microsoft in 2007 and merged into Bing Maps in 2010. Multimap.com was founded circa 1997. It offered street maps and door-to-door travel directions on a public web site. Other offerings included aerial photographs, local information, and business services. Services were also offered through its partners, including accommodation, restaurant and train-ticket booking. It also sold historic and aerial photograph prints. In 2004 the public web site regularly delivered more than 160 million page views per month and received more than 7.3 million unique users per quarter. The Geo microformat is used to provide a Wikipedia map overlay generated from the official database download. This is used to browse geotagged articles. In December 2007, the company was bought by Microsoft. In 2010 it was merged into the larger Bing Maps service.
    5.00
    2 votes
    204
    Ovi Online Magazine

    Ovi Online Magazine

    • Website category:
    • Website owner:
    • Website status: Active
    Ovi magazine is a multi-lingual non-profit daily publication that exists as a platform on which to exchange ideas and opinion. Launched by Asa Butcher and Thanos Kalamidas in December 2004, Ovi (door in Finnish) is a social, political and culturally opinionated website that carries contributions in a number of different languages. In 2006 Ovi was chosen as a Uranus.fi Success Story: "The magazine that was originally directed at frozen expats, has become quite a success both in Finland, and abroad. “A lot of people find interest in Finland” says Kalamidas. The creators also attribute Ovi's international growth to the universality within the concept of the magazine. “We take an issue in Finland and apply it globally” Kalamidas comments." Since September 4, 2006 the site has had daily updates and continues to highlight any number of global issues, including discrimination, inequality, poverty, human rights and the plight of children. In a unique position of being immigrants in Finland, Asa and Thanos have first-hand perspective of the problems and difficulties facing immigrants across the world. In January 2007, Ovi came second in Newropeans Magazine's Grands Prix 2006 awards. They
    4.50
    2 votes
    205
    Bulgarian Wikipedia

    Bulgarian Wikipedia

    • Website category:
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    The Bulgarian Wikipedia (Bulgarian: Българоезична Уикипедия) is the Bulgarian language edition of Wikipedia. On 26 September 2012 it had 137173 articles. It was founded on 6 December 2003. On 24 May 2010, it became the 32nd largest Wikipedia by size and it passed the 100,000 articles threshold. The Bulgarian Wikipedia was created on 6 December 2003. On 24 November 2005, the Bulgarian language Wikipedia added its 20,000th article, and was the 21st largest Wikipedia at the time. On 26 December 2007 it was the 30th largest Wikipedia by article count, with over 50,000 articles. In 24 May 2010, the distinctive Wikipedia globe logo for the Bulgarian Wikipedia was temporarily altered to include the number 100,000 to commemorate the 100,000 article milestone. It became the 32nd largest Wikipedia by size. Bulgarian Wikipedia has 52,096 registered users as of 28 September 2009 and has 28th place among other Wikipedias. In Bulgarian Wikipedia users can use Cyrillic letters for their usernames although the common practice is that the user name is registered in Latin alphabet and the scripture is in Cyrillic. As of March 2010 Bulgarian Wikipedia uses only Commons for pictures and multimedia
    5.00
    1 votes
    206
    Flickr

    Flickr

    • Website category: Photo sharing
    • Website owner: Yahoo!
    • Website status: Active
    Flickr (stylized as flickr) is an image hosting and video hosting website, web services suite, and online community that was created by Ludicorp in 2004 and acquired by Yahoo! in 2005. In addition to being a popular website for users to share and embed personal photographs, the service is widely used by bloggers to host images that they embed in blogs and social media. Yahoo reported in June 2011 that Flickr had a total of 51 million registered members and 80 million unique visitors. In August 2011 the site reported that it was hosting more than 6 billion images and this number continues to grow steadily according to reporting sources. Photos and videos can be accessed from Flickr without the need to register an account but an account must be made in order to upload content onto the website. Registering an account also allows users to create a profile page containing photos and videos that the user has uploaded and also grants the ability to add another Flickr user as a contact. For mobile users, Flickr has an official app for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 7 operating systems. Flickr was launched in February 2004 by Ludicorp, a Vancouver-based company founded by Stewart
    5.00
    1 votes
    207
    IRSeeK

    IRSeeK

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: B&C Advanced Solutions LTD
    • Website status:
    IRSeek utilizies the power of the people on IRC (Internet Relay Chat) and brings it to the rest of the community to enjoy and learn from. IRC remains one of the most active platforms for sharing knowledge and collaborating on the Internet. IRSeek strives to make this hidden gem available to the entire Internet community.
    5.00
    1 votes
    208
    Phuser

    Phuser

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Bluefire Systems Ltd.
    • Website status:

    Phuser is a website for teams to collaborate in private shared spaces called Phuses. This saves time and frustration and builds stronger teams. You can create multiple Phuses with as many separate teams as you want.

    5.00
    1 votes
    209
    Pownce

    Pownce

    • Website category: Micro-blogging
    • Website owner: Megatechtronium
    • Website status:
    Pownce was a free social networking and micro-blogging site started by Internet entrepreneurs Kevin Rose, Leah Culver, and Daniel Burka. Pownce was centered on sharing messages, files, events, and links with friends. The site launched on June 27, 2007, and was opened to the public on January 22, 2008. On December 1, 2008, Pownce announced that it had been acquired by blogging company Six Apart, and that the service would soon shut down. Its launch, on June 27, 2007, was covered by Wired, Business Week, Webware, and the San Francisco Chronicle, with most of the coverage focusing on Rose, known for his involvement in Digg, Revision3 and TechTV. Due to this media exposure, invitations for Pownce were in high demand and were being sold on sites such as eBay. On October 30, 2007, Pownce launched their public API. The developers have also created a Pownce API Google Group. Originally, it was primarily for discussing the release of the API, but it later served to gather feedback and help developers. On November 12, 2007 Pownce launched a custom theme editor for Pro users. They also added eight more preset themes for non pro users to use. On December 20, 2007 Pownce launched a mobile
    5.00
    1 votes
    210
    Taobao

    Taobao

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: Alibaba Group
    • Website status:
    Taobao.com is an online market site for customer to customer trading in China. It offers an online marketplace for Chinese retailers and individuals to list the products on the Internet. Taobao.com, through its site, enables buyers to know sellers, discuss prices and product features, and repeat business. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Hangzhou, China. Taobao.com operates as a subsidiary of Alibaba.com Corporation.
    5.00
    1 votes
    211
    Yahoo! Video

    Yahoo! Video

    • Website category: Social network service
    • Website owner: Yahoo!
    • Website status: Active
    Yahoo! Screen (formerly Yahoo! Video) is a video sharing website on which users could upload and share videos. The service is owned and created by Yahoo!. Yahoo! Video began as an internet-wide video search engine and added the ability to upload and share video clips in June 2006. A re-designed site was launched in February 2008 that changed the focus to Yahoo-hosted video only. On December 15, 2010, the functionality to upload video was removed. All user-generated content was to be removed on March 15, 2011. Yahoo! Video was renamed Yahoo! Screen in October 2011. The homepage contains editorially-featured videos that change daily and skew towards comedy, viral videos, talented users, odd things, animation, and premium entertainment content.
    5.00
    1 votes
    212
    Http://blogbiz.pl

    Http://blogbiz.pl

    • Website category: The Internet
    • Website owner: Jakub Róg
    • Website status: Alpha
    Nowy serwis blogów tematycznych powiązanych semantycznie, Pierwszy tego typu serwis w polsce. Blogbiz oferuje wiele nowoczesnych rozwiązań, nowatorski interfejs i narzędzia ułatwiające tworzenie i zarządzanie blogami jeszcze łatwiej niż dotychczas. Serwis w wersji alpha uruchomiony 1.06.2008 roku jest w fazie testow.Blogbiz.pl is a new platform for semantic blogging, launched in alpha version at 1.06.2008. Our blogging framework is created with all principles of semantic webs and we hope, with help of bloggers, we will create great social network service where all data is exportable, and semantic connections betwen blogs will pass their tests.
    4.00
    2 votes
    213
    Kiwiblog

    Kiwiblog

    • Website category: Political blog
    • Website owner:
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    Kiwiblog is a New Zealand right-of-centre politics blog written by David Farrar. It is one of the most widely read blogs in New Zealand. The National Business Review has stated that "any realistic 'power list' produced in this country would include either Farrar or his fellow blogger and opinion leader Russell Brown." In August 2006, National Party leader Don Brash commented on the blog. The blog was created by Farrar in July 2003, on the instigation of then prominent New Zealand blogger Gordon King.
    4.00
    2 votes
    214
    YellowBot

    YellowBot

    • Website category:
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    YellowBot is an online community designed to help people organize their lives in the real world using the tools of the internet. It is essentially a local search site for finding and reviewing the places that the user go in their communities.
    4.00
    2 votes
    215
    Doostang

    Doostang

    • Website category:
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    Doostang.com ( /ˈduːstæŋ/ DOO-stang) is an online career networking community that originated as a closed website for students and graduates of top-ranking U.S. undergraduate and MBA programs. The company was founded at Stanford University in 2005 by Mareza Larizadeh and Pavel Krapivin. The name for Doostang comes loosely from the Latin phrase dos tango, meaning I reach for talent. Doostang was founded by Mareza Larizadeh and Pavel Krapivin in July 2005 as a free, invite-only website designed to enable friends to share jobs and network with one another. The website was opened up to students and alumni from several dozen undergraduate and MBA programs in September 2008 and expanded to open registration in July 2009. Doostang was venture and angel funded. Its first angel investor was Andy Rachleff, Co-Founder of Benchmark Capital. Its Venture investor was Jason Pressman from Shasta Ventures. Other angel investors included Mark Leslie (Former CEO of Veritas) and Michael Dearing (Former Head of Product, eBay). The company has raised over $5.75 in Series A and Angel financing In February 2010 Doostang raised $1.25 million to expand even more. Doostang was acquired by Universum Global.
    4.00
    1 votes
    216
    FilmFocus

    FilmFocus

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    FilmFocus is a British film website which has been running since January 2004. According to Alexa Internet data it is the second most popular film website in the United Kingdom behind Empire (magazine)'s website. FilmFocus employs a populist approach to its coverage and features daily film news and weekly reviews of cinema and DVD releases. It also regularly features many interviews with actors, writers and directors. Users are given the opportunity to enter competitions to win movie-related products. On occasion, FilmFocus runs special features covering particularly films or subjects. Examples of this are its coverage of the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Premiere and its coverage of the London Film Festival. Since opening in January 2004, FilmFocus has gone through one major design change. The regular feature Look At, which combined interview features with making-of pieces and dedicated editorials, was replaced by a simple Interviews section. The latter two features were moved to a special Focus On section which also includes FilmFocus' one-off special features. In early 2005, FilmFocus began offering readers RSS feeds. Initially for its news content, these soon spread to
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    JAMWiki

    JAMWiki

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    JAMWiki is wiki software built around the standard components of Java, servlets and JSP. It was written by Ryan Holliday and released under the LGPL. While for the user JAMWiki is highly similar to MediaWiki and even uses the same wiki syntax (including templates, etc.), it is not a MediaWiki clone but independent implementation, written in a different language and using a different database schema. JAMWiki is detected as an engine in various sites, also some sites declare that they use it, the "powered by" page on the project website lists over 30 sites. As of 2011, it has been downloaded about 60 000 times, with users split between Windows and Linux in comparable (±10 %) proportions. JAMWiki internally uses Spring framework that provides support for users, authentication and roles. It has two code generation layers: servlets (that can be mapped to the various special pages of the wiki) and JSP (for the final page generation). Servlet (that is similar to standard servlet but is not exactly the same class) receives HTTP request, does all processing and puts the name-value pairs into provided context data structure ("model"). On the next stage, JSP uses these values to build the
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    Lifehacker.com

    Lifehacker.com

    • Website category: Blog
    • Website owner: Gawker Media
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    Lifehacker is a weblog about life hacks and software which launched on January 31, 2005. The site is owned by Gawker Media and covers Microsoft Windows, Mac, and Linux programs as well as time-saving tips and tricks. The staff updates the site about 18 times each weekday, with reduced updates on weekends. The Lifehacker motto is "Tips and downloads for getting things done." In addition, Lifehacker has two international editions, Lifehacker Australia and Lifehacker Japan, which feature most posts from the U.S. edition along with extra content specific to local readers. Lifehacker was founded by Gina Trapani, who was the site's sole blogger until September 2005, when two associate editors joined her, Erica Sadun and D. Keith Robinson. Other former associate editors include Kevin Purdy, Jason Fitzpatrick, Wendy Boswell, Rick Broida, and Jackson West. Former contributing editors include The How-To Geek, and Tamar Weinberg. Lifehacker's frequent guest posts have included articles by Matt Haughey, Eszter Hargittai, Jason Thomas, Stewart Rutledge, Joe Anderson, Jeff Jarvis, Meg Hourihan, and Erik Benson. On January 16, 2009, Trapani resigned as Lifehacker's lead editor and Adam Pash
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    Live Documents

    Live Documents

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    • Website owner: InstaColl
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    Live Documents is a full-featured suite of online Office productivity applications offering functionality equivalent to Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Built using RIA technologies such as Flash and Flex, Live Documents allow users to view and edit documents within any common browser on any operating system from anywhere. Live Documents uses a Flash-based user interface that offers a richer and responsive user experience that is comparable to native Office software applications.  In addition, Live Documents is available as a optional desktop client application that wraps around Microsoft Office and embeds collaborative capabilities into these hitherto standalone software applications - Live Documents converts Microsoft Office applications from static standalone software to smart clients that are connected to the Internet and facilitate in-context document sharing (multiple people can edit a document at the same time) and management (security, access control and revision control) without requiring users to give up their familiar user interfaces.

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    MP3.com

    MP3.com

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    MP3.com is a web site operated by CNET Networks providing information about digital music and artists, songs, services, community, and technologies. It is probably better known for its original incarnation, as a legal, free music-sharing service, popular with independent musicians for promoting their work. It was named after the popular music file format, MP3. 
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    Susning.nu

    Susning.nu

    • Website category: Wiki
    • Website owner: Aronsson Datateknik
    • Website status: Defunct
    Susning.nu was a Swedish language wiki, started in October 2001 by Lars Aronsson (also the founder of Project Runeberg). In its first three years (2001–2004), Susning.nu ran as an open wiki that anyone could edit. Susning didn't have a pronounced ambition and could perhaps be compared in scope to Everything2; Aronsson's stated original aim for Susning was "to make it into whatever the users want it to be". As such, Susning was an encyclopedia, a dictionary, and a discussion forum about any concept of interest to its users. Because of this, Susning grew and became Sweden's biggest and the world's next biggest wiki. In April 2004, Susning had over 60,000 articles on various topics, which was more than any Swedish wiki at that time. During its first few years it was in direct competition with the Swedish Wikipedia. However, because of the website's popularity, Susning was highly affected by vandals. In attempt at preventing vandalism, many efforts were made by Susning's founder Lars Aronsson, which were mostly unsuccessful. Users who regularly edited at Susning were called susare. Since January 14, 2005, the Swedish Wikipedia is bigger than Susning.nu. In August 2009, access to
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    Boxbe

    Boxbe

    • Website category: Web-based email
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    • Website status: Active
    Boxbe is a communications marketplace, a logical next step in the evolution of email.  It combines three services which work together to increase the value of having your inbox: screening, profile sharing, and electronic payment.  

    1. The screening service permits and prioritizes messages from known and wanted senders and helps reduce clutter.
    2. The profile sharing lets members disclose their tastes and interests safely and anonymously.  Boxbe helps members "market" their personal data - creating a new marketplace where both members and marketers benefit.
    3. The payment system ties the first two together.  Marketers must pay a member-chosen "price barrier" to initiate contact, removing the  risk of inundation, while the bulk of payments are shared with Boxbe's members.


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    Broue haha

    Broue haha

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    • Website owner: Martin Jacques
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    Le blog de Martin Jacques

    Faire mousser l’information parmi le cafouillis d’internet

    Gestion des connaissances, Knowledge Management KM, biblioblogosphère, Gestion d'information , GED, Intranet, Internet, Intelligence économique, Veille et Activisme, Société, Citoyenneté.

    Lien internet : http://www.teteslibres.com/brouehaha/

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    Cofoundr

    Cofoundr

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    Cofoundr is a new community for you, the idea makers, entrepreneurs, programmers, web designers, investors, freelancers, and executives. It’s a place to network with people who are interesting in starting up a new venture on the web. Ideas are everywhere, but you need a team to turn them into reality, well, a virtual reality, in a completely different sense of the word. Sign in and start building your profile, specify your abilities and the kinds of people you are looking to network with. Post your idea on the bulletin board or write on the forum. This is about increasing your chances to work with programmers if you’re more talented from the business end, finding promising ventures to invest in, and all of these things vice versa.
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    Data360

    Data360

    • Website category: Database
    • Website owner: Webster Pacific LLC
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    Data360 is a collaborative website built to help people find, present and share data. Born of the frustration of reading newspapers, magazines and business reports which do not always offer perspective, Data360 has been architected by a former CFO and graduate of Stanford Business School who wanted a tool for objectively assessing businesses, as well as local, national and world situations. It has been called a “data dashboard for a democratic society,” an “online data almanac” and a “wiki for data.” We encourage you to look over our site and would be grateful for any feedback.
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    Flixster

    Flixster

    • Website category: Film
    • Website owner: Flixster
    • Website status: Active
    Flixster is an American social movie site allowing users to share movie ratings, discover new movies, learn about movies, and meet others with similar tastes in movies. The site allows users to view movie trailers as well as learn about the new and upcoming movies in the box office. The site is based in San Francisco, California and was founded by Joe Greenstein and Saran Chari in 2007. Flixster has been the parent of website Rotten Tomatoes since January 2010. Flixster including Rotten Tomatoes was acquired by Warner Bros. on May 4, 2011. Between November 2006 and January 2007, the number of daily page views by Alexa Toolbar users rose from fewer than 20 million per day to around 50 million per day. Alexa no longer (June 2008) provides numbers of daily page views, but the number of page views as a percentage decreased by almost two thirds from mid-December 2007 to mid-June 2008. Quantcast.com reports that the number of global daily page views for Flixster.com peaked at 8,331,961 on January 23, 2008 and dropped to 1,325,685 by July 5, 2008. The quality of these daily page views seems to be dropping, as well. In May 2008, the average number of page views per visit reported by
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    Fotolog

    Fotolog

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    Fotolog.com (changed from Fotolog.net) is a Web 2.0-based shared photoblog web site. With over 30 million registered users, it is one of the oldest and largest sites for sharing pictures through online photo diaries or photo blogs. Launched in May 2002, the Fotolog site generates over 3 billion page views, and it receives over 20 million unique visitors each month. Recently, Fotolog.com entered the list of the top 20 sites in the Alexa global site rankings. Fotolog is a registered trademark of Fotolog, Inc., which is a privately held company backed by BV Capital, 3i and several individual investors. Fotolog headquarters are in New York City. On August, 17th, 2007, French online advertising company Hi-Media agreed to acquire Fotolog for 65,8 million euros (77% Hi Media stock, 23% cash). The deal is due to be closed in November. The site had frequent technical problems, partly due to the rapid growth of the site. Indeed, on December 10, 2005, the site stated that "Fotolog is currently able to accept 1,000 new free members from each country each day", up from 500 a day previously. According to Fotolog co-founder Scott Heiferman, recent upgrades have made the site much faster and as
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    Fuzzwich

    Fuzzwich

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    • Website owner: Habit Industries
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    Fuzzwich lets anyone create animated shorts using a pre-made cast of characters and backdrops. Just drag and drop elements into the screen, change backgrounds, try out different soundtracks (If neither Wagner nor Timbaland are your cup of tea, try some Benny Hill or George Clinton), and presto, you’ve got your very own cute and clever video short. Once you’ve finished your screen gem you can take a gander at the wonderfully weird and wacky animations your fellow Fuzzwichers have come up with. It’s really insanely simple—your two year old toddler could whip up something brilliant. Really, give it a try now.
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    Geography Cup

    Geography Cup

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    The Geography Cup is an online, international competition between the United States and the United Kingdom, with the aim of determining which nation collectively knows more about geography. It was also intended to raise awareness of the importance of world geography in the modern world. Any resident of the U.S. or UK could participate to test their own geographic knowledge and to support their nation. The first (and so far only) competition took place between 12 November and 31 December 2006 to coincide with Geography Awareness Week, the third week in November. The Geography Cup was created in late 2006 by two geography enthusiasts: Roger Andresen from Atlanta, Georgia, and Daniel Raven-Ellison from Reading, Berkshire. Both became committed to expanding public awareness of the importance of geography after seeing the results of polls illustrating Americans' and Britons' startling lack of geographical knowledge. A poll of young Americans conducted in the United States by National Geographic in 2006 found that only 37% of those polled could find Iraq on a map, and half could not even find the state of New York. Andresen and Raven-Ellison created the competition for two main reasons.
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    GeoNetwork opensource

    GeoNetwork opensource

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    The GeoNetwork opensource project is a free and open source cataloging application for spatially referenced resources. It is a catalog of location-oriented information. It is a standardized and decentralized spatial information management environment designed to enable access to geo-referenced databases, cartographic products and related metadata from a variety of sources, enhancing the spatial information exchange and sharing between organizations and their audience, using the capacities of the internet. Using the Z39.50 protocol it both accesses remote catalogs and makes its data available to other catalog services. As of 2007, OGC Web Catalog Service are being implemented. Maps, including those derived from satellite imagery, are effective communicational tools and play an important role in the work of decision makers (e.g., sustainable development planners and humanitarian and emergency managers) in need of quick, reliable and up-to-date user-friendly cartographic products as a basis for action and to better plan and monitor their activities; GIS experts in need of exchanging consistent and updated geographical data; and spatial analysts in need of multidisciplinary data to
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    Http://camilleroux.com

    Http://camilleroux.com

    • Website category: Web 2.0
    • Website owner:
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    Le blog de Camille Roux, élève ingénieur en informatique à Polytech'Nice-Sophia, spécialisé dans le web.
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    LineUpNewYork

    LineUpNewYork

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    • Website owner: LifeStageMedia, Inc.
    • Website status: Beta
    LineUpNewYork.com, the world's first online dating aggregator, will revolutionize the way the world connects.
    The myriad of dating and networking sites available are isolating people from one another, and keeping them from meeting their ideal matches. Why should you not have access to your dream date, just because you didn't join the "right" site? With incredible ease, LineUpNewYork.com searches 100s of sites for free, and immediately displays the best matches for you and where to find them. Some basic information (who you are, where you live, and who you want to meet) is all we need to help you find your ideal match.
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    MadeIt.com

    MadeIt.com

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    • Website owner: Saturn Media Ltd.
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    MadeIt.com was created for the sole purpose of redefining online invitations as they are now known. The creators were tired of receiving lame invitations for awesome parties, and they had a feeling that they weren't alone. So they grabbed a lot of caffeine, a little bit of alcohol and the rest is history. Thus, MadeIt.com was born. So it is a pleasure to present MadeIt.com. There's no limit to the creativity you can put into our invitations. Whether it's a grandiose, epic invitation to trumpet the arrival of the party of the century, or a fun, mellow way to let your friends know about the cocktail party you're planning; whether it's just a girls night out on the town, or it's that awesome Miami Vice-themed party you've been dying to throw, MadeIt.com is the way to go.
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    MSN

    MSN

    • Website category: Web portal
    • Website owner: Microsoft
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    MSN (originally: The Microsoft Network; stylized as: msn) is a collection of Internet sites and services provided by Microsoft. The Microsoft Network debuted as an online service and Internet service provider on August 24, 1995, to coincide with the release of the Windows 95 operating system. The range of services offered by MSN has changed since its initial release in 1995. MSN was once a simple online service for Windows 95, an early experiment at interactive multimedia content on the Internet, and one of the most popular dial-up Internet service providers. Today, MSN is primarily a popular Internet portal. Microsoft used the MSN brand name to promote numerous popular web-based services in the late 1990s, most notably Hotmail and Microsoft Messenger service, before reorganizing many of them in 2005 under another brand name, Windows Live. MSN.com is currently the 17th most visited domain name on the Internet. The concept for MSN was created by the Advanced Technology Group at Microsoft, headed by Nathan Myhrvold. MSN was originally conceived as a dial-up online content provider like America Online, supplying proprietary content through an artificial folder-like interface
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    Neowin

    Neowin

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    Neowin is a technology news website ranked as a top 500 site in the Technorati blog directory. Editorial focus is predominantly on Microsoft-related news, although news regarding the Apple Macintosh and Linux platforms is also included. Its target audience is advanced computer users and technology enthusiasts. Neowin runs under the slogan, "Where unprofessional journalism looks better." Neowin was started as a hobby in October 2000 by Marcel Klum and Steven Parker, known within the forums as "Redmak" and "Neobond" respectively, reporting news about the Windows XP alpha and beta releases (then known as "Windows Codename Whistler"). Neowin has broken several stories, such as the leak of Windows 2000 source code onto the internet. The website provides news, technology reviews, opinion articles, as well as an IRC server and forums. Over 250,000 users have registered for the forums, making over 10,000,000 posts as of April 2011. Two projects initiated by members of the Neowin community are a community game server for Team Fortress 2 and a Folding@home team.
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    Open Directory Project

    Open Directory Project

    • Website category: Web directory
    • Website owner: Netscape
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    The Open Directory Project (ODP), also known as Dmoz (from directory.mozilla.org, its original domain name), is a multilingual open content directory of World Wide Web links. It is owned by Netscape but it is constructed and maintained by a community of volunteer editors. ODP uses a hierarchical ontology scheme for organizing site listings. Listings on a similar topic are grouped into categories which can then include smaller categories. ODP was founded in the United States as Gnuhoo by Rich Skrenta and Bob Truel in 1998 while they were both working as engineers for Sun Microsystems. Chris Tolles, who worked at Sun Microsystems as the head of marketing for network security products, also signed on in 1998 as a co-founder of Gnuhoo along with co-founders Bryn Dole and Jeremy Wenokur. Skrenta had developed TASS, an ancestor of tin, the popular threaded Usenet newsreader for Unix systems. Coincidentally, the original category structure of the Gnuhoo directory was based loosely on the structure of Usenet newsgroups then in existence. The Gnuhoo directory went live on June 5, 1998. After a Slashdot article suggested that Gnuhoo had nothing in common with the spirit of free software, for
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    Railpage Australia

    Railpage Australia

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    Railpage Australia is a privately owned and run website focusing on railways within Australia and Oceania. The site was run by volunteers, and provided free or reduced-cost internet services to not-for-profit railway organizations and preservation groups. It has been quoted as a source in major state and national newspapers, as well as in government and private research publications. Railpage is the largest railway-oriented web-site in Australia and was among the first 100 web sites to be hosted in Australia. The site allows railway enthusiasts to find and exchange picture, news and information relating to mainly Australian trains and railway infrastructure. The site includes a user photo database, discussion forums, a chat room and a railway news section. The discussion forums are divided into separate sections, such as Australian based discussions, heritage interest groups, and overseas discussions. Although around 50 percent of forum users were under 26 years of age, nearly a quarter of contributors were involved in the rail industry. Railpage started in 1992 as a cfingerd service on David Bromage's account on Monash University's general access Unix server. Anybody could finger
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    Raptor Information System

    Raptor Information System

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: United States Geological Survey
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    This topic refers to the website for accessing the database. RIS a keyworded catalog of over 33,000 references about the biology and management of birds of prey. It includes books, articles, theses, government reports, and other gray literature regarding raptors worldwide. You can search by author, title, keyword, year of publication... or any combination of these fields. You can also search for articles on a particular raptor species by typing in the genus and the species or by referring to an extensive 4,000 keyword list. 
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    Selfportrait.net

    Selfportrait.net

    • Website category: Social network service
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    selfportrait.net is a social networking website geared towards artists, which allows users to exhibit and sell their work online. The site organizes its members by popularity (art hits and art sales) and displays the data in a unique graphical ranking system. The most popular artists are then given the option of having their work displayed at various galleries in New York City, thus democratizing the practice of art dealership and affording unknown artists a legitimate shot of having their work shown in a gallery. In 2008, selfportrait.net teamed up with New York lifestyle brand LOLA and organized a large-scale art exhibition called Fingerpaint, held at the Dia Foundation's old Chelsea space, with a silent auction the proceeds of which went to the Make It Right Foundation New Orleans.
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    SpeedDate.com

    SpeedDate.com

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    SpeedDate is the first online speed dating site wherein singles are allowed to join speed dating sessions from the comfort of home using webcam, microphone or chat. It allows singles to go on multiple real-time 3-minute online dates from their home and allows them to immediately determine if they have real chemistry before taking the time to meet in person.
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    Twitter

    Twitter

    • Website category: Social network
    • Website owner: Twitter Inc.
    • Website status: Active
    Twitter is an online social networking service and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based messages of up to 140 characters, known as "tweets". It was created in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey and launched that July. The service rapidly gained worldwide popularity, with over 500 million active users as of 2012, generating over 340 million tweets daily and handling over 1.6 billion search queries per day. Since its launch, Twitter has become one of the top 10 most visited websites on the Internet, and has been described as "the SMS of the Internet." Unregistered users can read tweets, while registered users can post tweets through the website interface, SMS, or a range of apps for mobile devices. Twitter Inc. is based in San Francisco, with additional servers and offices in New York City, Boston, and San Antonio. Twitter's origins lie in a "daylong brainstorming session" held by board members of the podcasting company Odeo. Dorsey, then an undergraduate student at New York University, introduced the idea of an individual using an SMS service to communicate with a small group. The original project code name for the service was twttr, an idea that Williams
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    WebbAlert

    WebbAlert

    • Website category:
    • Website owner: RipCam Media
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    WebbAlert is Morgan Webb's website and daily videocast, covering the day's developments in tech news, video gaming, gadgetry, and digital culture. It's engineered to keep tech-interested people current on the news and trends that move the industry with a small investment of just a few minutes per day.
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    Wikinews

    Wikinews

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    • Website owner: Wikimedia Foundation
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    Wikinews is a free-content news source wiki and a project of the Wikimedia Foundation. The site works through collaborative journalism. Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales has distinguished Wikinews from Wikipedia by saying "on Wikinews, each story is to be written as a news story as opposed to an encyclopedia article." The neutral point of view policy espoused in Wikinews distinguishes it from other citizen journalism efforts such as Indymedia and OhmyNews. In contrast to most projects of the Wikimedia Foundation, Wikinews allows original work under the form of original reporting and interviews. The English Wikinews is the only Wikimedia site that grants press passes to reporters endorsed by the local community. According to Thelwall et al., Wikinews has been most successful in covering large news events involving large numbers of people, such as Hurricane Katrina and the Virginia Tech Shootings, where first hand experience, or the availability of first hand accounts, forms a larger part of the entry, and where the wealth of reportage makes a central "clearing house" valuable. The first recorded proposal of a Wikimedia news site was a two-line anonymous post on January 5, 2003, on
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    Wikisource

    Wikisource

    • Website category: Source text
    • Website owner: Wikimedia Foundation
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    Wikisource is an online digital library of free content textual sources on a wiki, operated by the Wikimedia Foundation. Its aims are to host all forms of free text, in many languages, and translations. Originally conceived as an archive to store useful or important historical texts, it has expanded to become a general-content library. The project officially began in November 24, 2003 under the name Project Sourceberg. The name Wikisource was adopted later that year and it received its own domain name seven months later. The project has come under criticism for lack of reliability but it is also cited by organisations such as the National Archives and Records Administration. The project holds works that are either in the public domain or freely licenced; professionally published works or historical source documents, not vanity products; and are verifiable. Verification was initially made offline, or by trusting the reliability of other digital libraries. Now works are supported by online scans via the ProofReadPage extension, which ensures the reliability and accuracy of the project's texts. Some Wikisources now only allow works backed up with scans. While the bulk of its
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    Www.searchalldeals.com

    Www.searchalldeals.com

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    A bargain website that aggregates the top 12 coupon sites and allows you to search 60+ bargain sites at once.
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    Yahoo! Answers

    Yahoo! Answers

    • Website category: Knowledge base
    • Website owner: Larry Cornett
    • Website status: Active
    Yahoo! Answers (formerly known as Yahoo! Q & A) is a community-driven question-and-answer (Q&A) site or a knowledge market launched by Yahoo! on June 28, 2005 that allows users to both submit questions to be answered and answer questions asked by other users. The site gives members the chance to earn points as a way to encourage participation and is based on Naver's Knowledge iN. Yahoo! Answers is available in 12 languages, but several Asian sites operate a different platform which allows for non-Latin characters. The platform is known as Yahoo! Chiebukuro (Yahoo!知恵袋) in Japan and as Yahoo! Knowledge in Korea, Taiwan, China, and Hong Kong. An Arabic language Q&A platform called Seen Jeem is available through the Yahoo! subsidiary Maktoob. Yahoo! Answers was created to replace Ask Yahoo!, Yahoo!'s former Q&A platform which was discontinued in March 2006. Yahoo! Answers allows any question that does not violate Yahoo! Answers community guidelines. To encourage good answers, helpful participants are occasionally featured on the Yahoo! Answers Blog. Though the service itself is free, the contents of the answers are owned by the respective users – while Yahoo! maintains a non-exclusive
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    Yahoo! Finance

    Yahoo! Finance

    • Website category: Finance
    • Website owner: Yahoo!
    • Website status: Active
    The best financial information site on the web
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    Yahoo! Groups

    Yahoo! Groups

    • Website category: Internet forum
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    Yahoo! Groups is one of the world’s largest collections of online discussion boards. The term Groups refers to Internet communication which is a hybrid between an electronic mailing list and a threaded Internet forum, in other words, Group messages can be read and posted by e-mail or on the Group's webpage like a web forum. In addition, members can choose whether to receive individual, daily digest or Special Delivery e-mails, or simply read Group posts on the Group’s web site. Groups can be created with public or member-only access. Some Groups are simply announcement bulletin boards, to which only the Group moderators can post, while others are discussion forums. It is not necessary to register with Yahoo! in order to participate in Yahoo Groups. The basic mailing list functionality is available to any e-mail address, but a Yahoo! ID is required to access some other features. Despite their popularity Yahoo! Groups have been called a goldmine Yahoo! has never mined. As well as providing e-mail relaying and archiving facilities for the many Groups it hosts, the Yahoo! Groups service provides additional features for each Group web site, such as a homepage, message archive, polls,
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    Yahoo! Search

    Yahoo! Search

    • Website category: Search engine
    • Website owner: Yahoo!
    • Website status: Active
    Yahoo! Search is a web search engine, owned by Yahoo! Inc. and was as of December 2009, the 2nd largest search directory on the web by query volume, at 6.42%, after its competitor Google at 85.35% and before Baidu at 3.67%, according to Net Applications. Yahoo! Search, originally referred to as Yahoo! provided Search interface, would send queries to a searchable index of pages supplemented with its directory of sites. The results were presented to the user under the Yahoo! brand. Originally, none of the actual web crawling and storage/retrieval of data was done by Yahoo! itself. In 2001 the searchable index was powered by Inktomi and later was powered by Google until 2004, when Yahoo! Search became independent. On July 29, 2009, Microsoft and Yahoo! announced a deal in which Bing would power Yahoo! Search. All Yahoo! Search global customers and partners are expected to be transitioned by early 2012. Seeking to provide its own search engine results, Yahoo! acquired their own search technology. In 2002, they bought Inktomi, a "behind the scenes" or OEM search engine provider, whose results are shown on other companies' websites and powered Yahoo! in its earlier days. In 2003, they
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    Yiddish Wikipedia

    Yiddish Wikipedia

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    Yiddish Wikipedia is the Yiddish language version of Wikipedia. It was founded on March 3, 2004, and the first article was written November 28 of that year. As of October 2011 the Yiddish Wikipedia has over 9,000 articles. There are 6431 registered users (including bots) but only 49 are active. Like all Wikipedias it generates hits from Yiddish words typed in Google, with Wikipedia articles on top of the results for that word. In accordance with the norms for the Yiddish language, it is written almost exclusively in Hebrew script, and not in Latin script. The Yiddish Wikipedia reached 6000 articles on March 8, 2009. The 6000th article is יהושע העשיל תאומים-פרענקל, a rabbi. The 7000th article is חנינא סגן הכהנים, a page about the tanna Hanina Segan ha-Kohanim, created by User:יוסל on December 24, 2009. Combined, the different Hasidic groups form the largest Yiddish-speaking community in the world today. The most new articles are about religious Hasidic Rabbis.
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