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Weekend Web 2.0 roundup for December 30th

WooMe It was only a matter of time before speed dating entered the Web2 online space. This service backed by the founder of Skype takes the crazy world of speed dating and wraps it up online in a way to meet new users, live. Hook up a mic and web cam and join "sessions" that are based on topics that you enjoy....

Weekend Web 2.0 roundup for December 23rd

Stitcher This iPhone or computer based website serves personal audio content. Stitcher, stitches together audio that you like, whether it's podcasts, weather, headline news or sporting events. Think of it as the Netvibes of audio, with a lot of small shows put together instead of one long audio show. To get started, visit the Stitcher site on your iPhone or click to listen to pre-made stations...

Share your work with Viewbook

Sharing your portfolio or a gallery can be done a number of ways, from building an HTML or Flash version to hosting a presentation gallery online at Google Docs. ViewBook makes it easy to create professional looking web presentations. ViewBook's presentation toolprovides a photo album and slideshow at a custom domain. Users can create galleries and portfolios with images, titles, descriptions...

Weekend Web 2.0 roundup for December 9th

My Virtual Model Want to see how you will look in that outfit at H&M, Sears or even at Speedo? Upload your face and play dress up by selecting your clothes, from pants, shirts, sweaters, shoes and undergarments. Models are available in both male and female versions and can be personalized with body shapes, facial features, hair styles, and specific measurements to check out how that perfect...

Jott to your Google Calendar

Jott is a voice based online tool that we covered earlier this year. The basic premise is that you call a specified phone number, speak a message, and have it's transcribed and sent as text to your account on a service like Twitter, a Wordpress blog, a Tumblr blog, or even to Yahoo Groups. Now Jott officially supports Google Calendar. Users will now have the ability to speak into the system,...

Weekend Web 2.0 roundup for December 2nd

CollegeRuled Get your schedule organized at school. This site lets students put together weekly class and activity schedules and print it out in a nice clean manner. Schedules can be hooked up to Facebook profiles. You need an .edu email address to use the tool....

Weekend Web 2.0 roundup for November 24th

definr Dictionary.com is most likely your first location for searching out common English spellings, but a new dictionary is working its way up the ladder, definr. This service pegs itself as the incredibly fast dictionary, which seems about right. Start typing and results are instantly displayed and narrowed down as your letters grow....

Live Documents, the new online documents competition

With more and more users building documents in web based applications, we were starting to think the market belonged to a handful of new companies like Zoho, ThinkFree, and a little upstart called Google. But it looks like there's another serious contender in the online Office space. Live Documents has a strong pedigree. The service comes from the guy who created Hotmail before Microsoft purchased...

QuickRibbon website announcements

Want to wish a happy holiday to your web site's visitors today? Or put up a spiffy little banner announcing the birth of your child or pretty much anything else? QuickRibbon is an online tool that allows users to plug in a few choices and get a nifty ribbon banner that can be displayed on websites to announce something special. No fiddling with code and images, this online tool does almost all...

Weekend Web 2.0 roundup for November 18th

Foamee Built on the Twitter API by the folks at Simplebits, this online application lets Twitter users send a beer to friends, and keep track of the drinks that are owed. All you need to get started is a Twitter account, follow Foamee, and reference @foamee together with your friends that you want to send a beer to....

Weekend Web 2.0 roundup for November 11th

Zilok Rent personal items out. This website enables people to make a little spare change by renting out the items they might not use on a regular basis. Users set up rental contracts and terms and connect with others. Think of Zilok as the Craigslist of rentals....

Weekend Web 2.0 roundup for November 4th

TwitterPoster This Twitter API based visual application represents the degree of influence that each user on Twitter has. What is it good for? Well, besides checking out who the top users are in Twitter visually, not much....

Send a message into the future MailFreezr

We usually think of email as a way to instantly communicate, but what happens when all that goes out the window and we can freeze email to send at a later date? MailFreezr is a website where people can fill out a form and send an email, in the future. The service stores your email for up to 100 years then finally sends it out. If we still have email then. t's a great way to ensure you send those...

Introducing the Meebo platform

Meebo has just announced a new platform for their messaging system. This allows for third party developers to create applications based on the growing chat service. The Meebo development platform launched with a set of API's that developers can grab in order to create multi user applications that Meebo users can specifically use to connect with each other. The question users must answer before...

Weekend Web 2.0 roundup for October 27th

Tutsbuzz Forget about purchasing expensive graphic how to books. OK not really, but you should still check out Tutsbuzz before shelling out cash at the book store. This tutorial archive links out to demonstrations on popular techniques using creative software aimed at 2D graphics, 3D graphics, video editing, audio editing, desktop programming, and web development. Tutorials range from Adobe...