The Z list is a very popular blog meme that has received a lot of buzz on the internet. This sees bloggers creating and sharing a list of many links to blogs in a single post. Very great way for bloggers to get lots of free traffic and backlinks..
The popular Internet/Tech blog, ReadWriteWeb is looking for nominations on who you think should win Best Web Companies and Innovators. Google is leading for best BigCo, so nominate the Best Web LittleCo and Most Promising Web Company/Innovator.
I try to resist switching too often between RSS reader and currently use Newshutch but Google Reader has been tempting me. This site has an excellent review of top ten RSS readers so if you don't have a favorite yet, it will help you pick one.
In the wake of all this buzz about Web 2.0 — the trend of Web content being dictated by collaboration and networking — we sent antisocial columnist Mike Drach to spend a Saturday trapped in the ether to discover what the big deal is.
At 53, “he is old enough to be the father of many of the Web 2.0-ers already selling their businesses for millions of dollars, and he revels in his reputation as a geek savant." Craig Newmark is founder of the popular classified site, Craigslist.
"The success of the entrepreneurs behind Digg, YouTube, and Facebook will undoubtedly inspire a growing breed of the young, energetic, and self-reliant who are more than willing to gamble that their startups will fly."
Digital Journal — The mighty haven’t fallen, but they’re definitely stumbling. Case in point: [i]MySpace.com[/i] is alienating some users with a barrage of spam, hurting the social-networking site’s overall growth. Is ths the end of MySpace?
OK, it never left, but it did take a long nap. Now, the Net is back with a vengeance as it becomes more personal, interacts with the user in wild ways and is giving the high-tech sector a lucrative shot in the arm.