Saturday, December 2, 2006

0008 Some interesting Web site -- random and unorganized

Here are some Web 2.0 website that have been featured or have been talked about on the web. And I think people will soon use them.
Random website -- you can use digg.com
To learn more about digg you will have to go to what else wikipedia wikipedia on Digg
del.icio.us
Get direction from
hopstop.com

featured in TIME mag "step-by-step directions via bus or subway in four cities: New York, Boston, Washington and San Francisco."

Classified Ad
http://www.craigslist.org/
or if you looking for newyork (http://newyork.craigslist.org/)
http://www.oodle.com/ oodle does not search craigslist

Predict airfare and find the cheap tickets

http://www.farecast.com/
http://www.kayak.com/

Real Estate

zillow.com
following is another website but may not a true web 2.0 site for real estate rental etc http://www.move.com/
Regulator for real estates
http://www.hud.gov/

Job website

simplyhired.com
indeed.com
http://www.idealist.org/
http://www.jobster.com/

How to" website

http://www.nolo.com/
(Nolo is the nation’s leading provider of do-it-yourself legal solutions for consumers and small businesses. Our goal is to help people handle their own everyday legal matters -- or learn enough about them to make working with a lawyer a more satisfying experience.)

wikihow.com

Want to search Blogs

http://blogsearch.google.com
technorati.com

New online Calendar better than any web calendar out there

Calender 30boxes
there are more more web 2.0 office 2006 products on zdnet.com

The 30 essential pieces of free & open software for windows on simple dollar blog

1.Firefox 2.Thunderbird 3.Sunbird 4.Abiword 5.OpenOffice 6.ClamWin
7.Gaim 8.BitTorrent 9.GIMPShop 10.Gnucleus 11.VLC Media Player 12.Juice
13.Audacity 14.RSSOwl 15.Filezilla 16.Keynote 17.MusikCube 18.Handbrake
19.X-Chat 20.KeePass 21.TrueCrypt 22.PDFCreator 23.Freemind 24.NASA Worldwind
25.Notepad2 26.HealthMonitor 27.Workrave 28.GanttPV 29.GnuCash 30.TrueCombat

Also visit :

www.lifehackers.com
http://gizmodo.com/
http://www.thesimpledollar.com/

I found this link about 22 ways to keep you brain healthy on lifehackers
http://ririanproject.com/2006/11/03/22-ways-to-overclok-your-brain/

Check facts

http://www.factcheck.org/

Shopping guide

http://www.mightygoods.com/
http://www.shopzilla.com/
http://www.become.com/
Cheap deals Boddit
Search restaurants etc in a city yelp.com

Shoe shopping and others

http://www.zappos.com
http://www.etsy.com/
http://www.elsewares.com/commerce/index.php
http://shopintuition.com/

Other website

http://www.reputationdefender.com/
http://www.nextbillion.net/
http://www.npr.org/thisibelieve/about.html

Some blogs/business blogs you can read

www.inc.com
http://www.nextbillion.net/
http://daveibsen.typepad.com/5_blogs_before_lunch/

Some way to order food online

http://www.seamlessweb.com

New search that shows you a snap shot

http://www.snap.com/
http://pixsy.com/About.aspx

Health search

http://kosmix.com/

Also go to TIME mag 50 coolest website for more
http://www.time.com/time/2006/50coolest/index.html

click on the link to find out Best of the web for 2006 according to businessweek.com

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