Visit Homethinking, originally added to eHub on Dec 08, 05. Thanks to Niki Scevak, CEO of HomeThinking for this email interview posted February 9, 2006. eHub: What is your web application/service about? HomeThinking: Homethinking helps home owners pick the most exceptional realtors to sell their house with. It does that by monitoring real estate transactions […]
Visit Pooln, originally added to eHub on Sep 19, 05. Thanks to Ben Engebreth, creator of Pooln for this email interview posted February 9, 2006. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Pooln: Pooln is a social network based carpool matching tool. The idea is to try to use social networks plus geographic information to […]
Visit Clipmarks, originally added to eHub on Dec 08, 05. Thanks to Eric Goldstein and the Clipmarks team for this email interview posted February 8, 2006. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Clipmarks: Clipmarks is a free service that enables you to clip and tag pieces of information you find on web pages without […]
Visit Kayak, originally added to eHub on Dec 04, 05. Thanks to Bill O’Donnell, creator of Kayak for this email interview posted February 8, 2006. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Kayak: We search travel suppliers (airlines, hotels, car rentals) so consumers can search once, find the best price and book where they want. […]
Visit Lopico, originally added to eHub on Nov 01, 05. Thanks to J.D. Amer, creator of Lopico for this email interview posted February 7, 2006. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Lopico: Lopico is a directory of favorite local businesses built completely on user input. Users suggest their favorite businesses, which are then posted […]
Google Code, Google’s place for Open Source software, has MapBuilder as its featured project (congrats to the founder, Andrew Bidochko!) and a link to eHub Interviews MapBuilder.
Visit Judy’s Book, originally added to eHub on Oct 14, 05. Thanks to Chris DeVore, co-founder & COO of Judy’s Book for this email interview posted December 5, 2005. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Judy’s Book: We help you make good decisions about where to spend your time and money by swapping advice […]
eHub and EmilyChang.com Join the Corante Network Web Hub, “your starting point for keeping abreast of the best writing and thinking on the forces and factors impacting the Web and where it’s headed. Here you’ll find the field’s most insightful observers and commentators tracking and reporting on its latest developments as well as weighing in […]
Both eHub and emilychang.com have joined the Web 2.0 Workgroup, “a network of premium weblogs that write content exclusively about the new generation of the Web. Combined, these sites reach a large readership of influential technology and media professionals.” Read the blog post.
In his article today at Forbes.com, Matt Rand discusses Microsoft’s Live.com portal and cites eHub. Read Rand’s full article, Microsoft’s Model Turns Left.
Launched only two months ago, EmilyChang.com, which includes the popular eHub resource, is now ranked in the Technorati Top 1000 blogs, an authority calculation based on number of inbound sites and links. Technorati is “a real-time search engine that keeps track of what is going on in the world of weblogs,” and is currently tracking […]
eHub has been thrilled to hear from so many of the creators of web 2.0 applications, services, and sites. There are already twenty live eHub Interviews including: BlinkList, CafeSpot, CentralDesktop, CiteULike, Codase, ColorBlender, CommunityWalk, elfURL, eyeOS, fileNice, goowy, Kiko, MapStats, Netvibes, Openomy, PageBites, Plazes, Protopage, Voo2do, and Writely. Check daily for new interviews!
eHub turns one month old today. Read the blog post, a Statistical Month in Review.
Visit BlinkList, originally added to eHub on Sep 10, 05. Thanks to Mike Reining, Co-founder of BlinkList and the BlinkList team for this email interview posted October 10, 2005. eHub: What is your web application or service about? BlinkList: The vision and goal of BlinkList is to be the leading “Personal Discovery Engine” where people […]
Visit Codase, originally added to eHub on Sep 19, 05. Thanks to Huihong Luo of Codase for this email interview posted October 10, 2005. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Codase: Codase is a new source code search engine. Rather than treating code as text, Codase understands programming languages, and treats code as code. […]
Visit Openomy, originally added to eHub on Sep 30, 05. Thanks to Ian Sefferman, creator of Openomy for this email interview posted October 9, 2005. (This interview is available in Japanese thanks to Ryutaro Kamitsu.) eHub: What is your web application/service about? Openomy: My service, Openomy, is what I’m calling an “online file system.” It’s […]
AJAX-style web search that retrieves web results and suggestions as you type. Screnshot of eHub in inquisitor URL: inquisitor.
To Yellow Pages what Wikipedia is to Britannica. eHub Interviews Yellowikis URL: Yellowikis.
A browser based Flash tool that includes a set of solutions optimized for broadband users, including web mail, contacts, calendar, games, widgets and more. eHub Interviews goowy URL: goowy.
Feed Meme’s AJAX RSS feed reader. URL: AJAX Feed Reader.
Video sharing using folksonomy. Built by a French team. URL: Dailymotion.
Music playlist sharing, tracking and recommendations. URL: UpTo11.
Manage the movies you’ve seen from the IMDb Top 250. Ajax, RSS feeds, open API. URL: twofifty.
Color scheme gallery. Colorfest Contest 2005 URL: Netcocktail.
Matches college students up with other students across Canada who have books they need based on the courses they’re taking. URL: BooksForSchool.
A freely browsable database of crimes reported in Chicago and mapped onto Google maps. URL: Chicago Crime database.
Ajax-based web-statistics application. URL: StatiX.
Visit CiteULike, originally added to eHub on Oct 06, 05. Thanks to Richard Cameron, creator of CiteULike for this email interview posted October 7, 2005. eHub: What is your web application/service about? CiteULike: It’s all about making an extremely dull task faced by academics a little bit more bearable. There’s an important principle in science […]
Thanks to Ryutaro Kamitsu, select eHub Interviews will be translated into Japanese. Ryutaro plans to translate eHub Interviews Netvibes, Kiko, and Writely, and has already translated eHub Interviews Protopage in Japanese. The English version of eHub Interviews Protopage was just launched on October 5, 2005.
Visit Plazes, originally added to eHub on Sep 11, 05. Thanks to Felix Petersen, Stefan Kellner, and Christophe Maire of Plazes for this email interview posted October 6, 2005. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Plazes: Plazes is a grass-root approach to locality and personal mapping. It allows users to share their location with […]