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Web 2.0 Yellow Pages

I can’t image that I am alone in the fact that if I never hear the term ‘Web 2.0’ again it will be too soon but I love working with the technology and seeing what people are doing with it. To that end I came across what is being billed as the definitive directory Web 2.0 directory called The interface is minimal to be able to jam as much content into the page as possible but it makes exploring the sites hit and miss. Each time you click on a small logo it brings up a minimal description at the bottom of the page and you have to hunt out the link to the site. About 1 out of every 5 or 10 sites is intriguing and the are pretty run of the mill. So the site is an interesting collection but I expected a site about ‘Web 2.0’ to have a AJAX panel slide out with the site info for a better user experience.

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