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The Future Of Web 2.0 Websites (Possibly Web 3.0)
Jan29

The Future Of Web 2.0 Websites
(Possibly Web 3.0)

Web 2.0 is the terminology assigned to define websites that have been refurbished from an earlier version of the internet. It essentially refers to the changeover from the fixed content HTML internet pages to more active internet pages that are more structured and provides web based applications to the end…

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GetWiki.net – A Wiki with Import Capabilities

Wanna get wiki? Then GetWiki. GetWiki is a PHP/MySQL based wiki—it’s a collaboration site which focuses on an array of diverse and brainy topics ranging from Philosophy to Technology and Art. The wiki also acts as a tech support and discussion forum for GetWiki software and interwiki theory. Users can import individual articles from other wiki sites (hence the name get wiki). GetWiki works on a variety of servers and hosting...

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Bukooz! Create an Instant Community

Bukooz is a revolutionary platform that empowers regular individuals without coding skills to simply and easily create instant online communities. These online communities are advanced groupsites which can be collaboratively edited and shared between a group of people. The idea of online communities are as old as the internet itself. However, no one site has ever provided an instant solution that provides the ease of use, powerful...

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Wiki.Name.com – The Encyclopedia of Names

Wiki.Name is a wiki for names of course. It’s meant to be a virtual encyclopedia of all names—celebrity names, nicknames, baby names, and even brand names make the cut. As it is a wiki, anyone can contribute to the entries and add information. The wiki offers more than just quick definitions; you’ll also find etymologies, origins, facts, similar names, popularity and famous people with the same name. Names are currently divided into...

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Keskidi.org – A Wiki for Subtitling Films

There are tons of videos circulating around the internet; however a good deal of those videos aren’t reaching large chunks of the world’s population due to language barriers. Keskidi aims to change that. It works as a collaborative wiki in which users can come together and add and edit video subtitles. Here’s how it works: a user imports a video from a site like Youtube or DailyMotion and starts adding captions. This is where the wiki...

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