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I have not tried it yet but am interested in the arrival of word processing, video editing, and photo editing tools to the web. This one has an intuitive interface.
Portal with wide variety of categories; most useful are the evaluative and descriptive annotations for each entry, so you can see how the possible "consumer opinion," for example, sites vary. Place to find free reference tools.
Metacritic is a usefully organized site, providing tips on what you might like to do.
rather technical; useful list of many web2.0 bloggers; frequent comparison of sites serving a similar function
just what it says; its lists and tip sheets are regularly updated
a news site about cyberjournalism, with many resources, such as roundup links to most cyberjournalist sites; a phenomenon being embraced by many news organizations themselves
useful annotations, garnering many comments and additions
from the Cultural Studies L site, a listerv and a source of other resources as well
collection of sites with interest in cyberculture, many from the social sciences
a radio listening site: schedule listings for thousands of public radio stations and programs around the world
a philosophy of education that relies on simulations, role plays, real world activities; practical tips and bibliography
considering Web 2.0 in the context of Internet useability for people with disabilities
entry in big art site has many links and hypertext connections to trace out; useful
short links page to information on blogging and representative blogs by types; a good place to start
tips and links for lots of aspects of the media, both print and visual
longstanding and well maintained site by Internet humanities pioneer, George P. Landow. Organized by country and by conceptual approaches. Courses linked to. Useful internal search engine.
huge portal site, across disciplines; "...other terms are sometimes used in place of place, such as home, dwelling, milieu, territory, and of course, space. None of these, though, are necessarily equivalent to the notion of place."
1200 sites broken down into over fiftty categories
evaluation and discussion site; Aug 06