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Keeping Track: Web 2.0 makes it simple, doesn’t it?

by David Brewster on May 1, 2007

in Technology

Bookmarks, bookmarks, bookmarks!

I’m a big fan of Web 2.0. The endless possibilities of all the new toys – blogs, podcasts, video, rss, etc., etc., – available to us fascinate me. The democratic nature of the ‘people power’ nature of Web 2.0 appeals to me. There are enormous possibilities for business too, though I don’t think they’ve been tapped yet.

But I have one concern: I can’t keep up. Seems like every day I stumble across yet another tool. If it isn’t a blog tracking tool like Technorati,  it’s a blog comment tracking tool like coComment. If it’s not a bookmarking tool like Digg, it’s a bookmarking tool for bookmarking like Add This. The image in this post  shows just how far things have come. Each tool seems to be unique in its own way. It all gets a bit confusing and hard to sort through!

Do you use any of these tools and, if so, which ones do you find particularly useful?

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Ghost May 1, 2007 at 12:43 pm

I use del.icio.us and I’ve gotten pretty addicted to it. I check the homepage 4 times a day almost. I really want to try some other social bookmarking sites (I check digg now n then) but I havent really seen one that catches my eye yet.


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