Techcrunch reviews the new Google Reader which launches with a video introduction from one of the engineers. Some extra collaboration features, but still some things missing..
Robert Scoble posts about Yahoo’s woes when its shares slid by 13% while Google’s barely moved. It’s all down to accountable advertising, he says.
Mrs Scoble, aka Maryam, writes on her Spaces blog 10 ways to write a killer blog.
Devlicio.us is a blog site for developers who use Microsoft technologies.
Scrapblog is another online photosharing site which some Web 2.0 drag and drop functionality.
Yahoo! is opening up its Open Hack Day to all-comers, reports Robert Scoble. I heard about this annual event at d.construct a couple of weeks ago and it sounded like it would be a lot of fun if you were a programmer. Yahoo’s famous APIs will be on show.
Democracy Player is an open source video player and platform for putting up videos on a site. Robert Scoble raves about it.
Dave Winer points out that podcasting is three this week. Seems like it’s been with us for ever.
The only words you can read on this billboard in Hong Kong (if you don’t read Cantonese) are “Canon” “Yahoo” and “blog”. The international language of technology.
Wired News produces it’s own list of Web 2.0 winners and losers. Winners: Flickr, Odeo, Writely, del.icio.us and Netvibes. Losers: MySpace, Squidoo, Browsar, Fo.rtuito.us and Friendster.