If you couldn't make it to the recently concluded, first annual Web 2.0 Expo on the Left Coast, Beantown Web provides you with links to everything you need to know.
Web 2.0 Expo is an annual gathering of technical, design, marketing, and business professionals who are building the next generation web.
The Expo featured 115 Web 2.0 companies competing for attention. Webware.com, a site where computer users can learn about new and useful Web applications, selected their Top Five Web 2.0 services from the conference as follows:
- Tellme provides new ways for anyone to search for information they need from any phone by speaking or typing their query and then hearing or seeing the answer.
- Octopz offers next-generation online collaboration software created specifically to meet the challenges of creative professionals, such as product designers, graphic artists, photographers and digital media producers.
- Dapper is a service that allows users to build web applications and mashups using data from any website without any programming.
- Coghead offers a way to create web-based business applications that can be used by anyone, anytime, anywhere.
- Spock, currently in private beta, is building the broadest and deepest people specific search engine.
Webware.com offers a four-minute video that summarizes its selections.
Webware.com would like you to participate in The Webware 100 Awards -- the Web's first user-generated Web 2.0 awards. The Webware 100 will list the 10 best Web 2.0 sites in 10 categories. Feel free to nominate your favorite Web 2.0 site.
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