webware.com is putting together a list of the 100 best "Web 2.0" sites for 2008, and has a bunch of different categories. Many of these are quite useful both as time-wasters and time-savers, and while some have been around for a while, many tend to represent the cutting edge of a lot of ideas that may (or may not) pan out in the future. It includes things like Jott, Google Docs, and Zoho. Go up to the top where it says "Vote" and pick a category...it gives you a page in that area, with a whole bunch of sites and short descriptions of each. In addition to voting, it's also a GREAT way to find new things that can help you, and many people have probably not heard about yet! This is definitely the motherlode. :-)
If webware 100 is that superficial then screw 'em. Web 2.0 is supposed to be about funcionality, not a beauty pageant. RTM may be pretty, but service-wise they're pretty crappy. Beauty is only screen deep, and Toodledo is like the wallflower in the teen movie whose beauty is revealed only after she removes her glasses, it has substance. To reiterate, IMO, it would take a real moron to judge a productivity site by its looks. (Edit: BTW, I am referring to the webare100 folks, not anyone in these forums.)
Prediction: Next year's results will be different. If RTM is even still around, their 4 remaining users will not be enough to put them over the top again.
This message was edited May 15, 2009.
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