Pikistrips online dating
I hope and expect that the 2009 list will once again represent a far deeper and richer landscape featuring many global success stories. mig33 Website: Person/Company: Project Goth (Steven Goh/ Mei Lin Ng) Description: Global mobile and web-based community, including social networking and messaging such as IM, email, text and photo sharing. Has raised US million, and has over 7 million users across 200 countries. Confluence Website: Person/Company: Atlassian (Mike Cannon-Brookes/ Scott Farquhar) Description: Enterprise wiki with 5,000 clients in over 80 countries. Atlassian has over million in revenue with no external funding. Red Bubble Website: Person/Company: Martin Hosking/ Peter Styles/ Paul Vanzella Description: Art gallery and creative community where artists can upload art and sell it in many formats. 3eep Website: Person/Company: Rob Antulov/ Nick Gonios Description: Social networking platform covering sports from national to school level for sports enthusiasts, players, teams and parents, allowing discussions and photo and video sharing.
Over 100,000 items sold in 71 countries in the first financial year. Has licensed the platform in Australia, Canada and Germany, and is also run as a stand-alone social network. Engagd Website: Person/Company: Faraday Media (Chris Saad/ Ashley Angell) Description: Web service application that creates ‘attention profiles’ of users, and enables these to be used in customising services and content for users. My Virtual Home Website: Person/Company: Greg Lane/ Paul Condon Description: Allows users to create an accurate 3D walk-through model of their home, preview renovation possibilities and products provided by vendors, and contact service suppliers.
Popular with Australian and US technology start-ups for their user forums. COZero Website: Person/Company: Nick Armstrong/ Dan Sullivan Description: Site to calculate and offset personal and business carbon emissions.Includes ability to publicly share carbon emission profiles and utilities such as car pooling. Swap Ace Website: Person/Company: Joseph Renzi Description: An online market place to sell, buy and swap products, services, employment and events.Enables bartering of products and services, mulitple offers and counter-offers and negotiation on non-financial components. Particls Website: Person/Company: Faraday Media (Chris Saad/ Ashley Angell) Description: Application and browser plug-in that uses the Engagd web service to provide personalized news and alerts based on users’ attention profiles. Ripple Website: Person/Company: Matt Tilleard/ Mack Nevill/ Jehan Ratnatunga/ Simon Griffiths Description: Charity site that generates income for donation through advertising and sponsorship.The Top 100 Web 2.0 Applications list is now officially launched – the full list is below, after appearing this morning in a feature section in BRW magazine on Web 2.0.A few quick comments: * See the scope and criteria for the list.
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