Hey Matt and Greg have done some cool Web 2.0 work, so you can see what folks are buying on eBay and Amazon. Here’s a sample of watching digital cameras being sold:
Here is the mover and shaker list on ebay:
This is a company that Brian mentioned that lets you send money overseas. It seems pretty cool as an idea. Kind of an overseas paypal called “Xoom”:https://www.xoom.com/
Jim pointed out that Google now has a downloadable app for reading Gmail., Get it at “http://gmail.com/app”:http://gmail.com/app from your Java enabled phone. They even have a Blackberry version!
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A9.com Help and Frequently Asked Questions. A9 just updated their site and they bagged their 1.5% off of Amazon purchases if you use it. Nice if they told someone, but I think that’s part of the plan. People keep using it (the main reason I used it was for the Amazon rewards, I have to say the search quality wasn’t that good, so no real loss there).
Now I can use Blingo and try to get rewards. Another example of how Web 1.0 companies with earnings (Amazon) are going to have time beating the marketing dollars of Web 2.0 companies like “Blingo”:http://blingo.com
Just got back from a “lala.com”:http://lala.com board meeting. Boy, those guys are rocking. Here are the CDs that I have and also you can start to click on my radio station to hear more.
!>http://popsugar.com/files/images/heather_locklear2_1.jpg!:http://popsugar.com Simon and I had a great conversation abourt where the web is headed. There are an amazing number of vertical sites now like
Heather and David have been hanging out all summer, and with the end of the summer comes the end of this romance. Heather has decided it’s just too soon to move on with David, so the two are taking a break and will be “just friends”. So much for true love; we thought the gold-and-diamond skull necklace Heather gave David meant this relationship was serious. People reports:
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Since I’ve been traveling, I’ve been way off of my goal of logging onto 10 Web 2.0 sites a day. Sorry! but here are the latest:
!http://www.blinklist.com:8080/Theme/Graphic/Blinklist.gif!:http://blinklist.com/richt This looks like a delicious clone, but it has been getting impressive increase in traffic according to “Alexa”:http://www.alexa.com/data/details/main?q=&url=www.blinklist.com and is now 4000 after just a year. Seems related to Furl, Simppy, Spurl.net, Netvives and Jots according to Alexa. I found it because it is the number hit on google:”RSS Bittorrent” search
!http://www.furl.net/i/logo-furl.gif!:http://www.furl.net/members/richtong It reminds me quite a bit of Furl which is owned by Looksmart. That thing is even more successful at “Alexa”:http://www.alexa.com/data/details/traffic_details?&range=2y&size=medium&compare_sites=&y=t&url=www.furl.net#top. It is quite a bit older, but has really moved in the last 18 months.
Vast – Search for Jobs in the United States. A kind of cool idea. Add structure to your searches, so it isn’t just full text, but you look for things like jobs, cars and personals. Bill Burnham mentioned it in his blog.