eHub gets listed in PC Magazine’s list of “sites that cover the Web 2.0 revolution” and their Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites, which includes “…picks for the top new or under-the-radar sites of 2007. You may not know many of the sites on this list, but you should.” On eHub, writer Brian Heater says: “We’re […]
As most of you know, I’ve been flying solo on eHub since it launched as the first Web 2.0 list back in Oct 2005. It’s been a thrill and both personally and professionally gratifying to maintain a resource that’s used widely. eHub has over 400,000 page views a month and reaches 14,000 daily RSS subscribers […]
EmilyChang.com, launched in September 2005, has now reached a combined RSS feed total of over 25,000 daily readers. To grab your own feeds from this site, please visit the subscribe page.
Thanks to FranticIndustries for including both EmilyChang.com and eHub on his list. FeedBurner is a popular RSS feed manager, with over 600.000 feeds in their roster. One of the advantages it offers is tracking the statistics for your RSS feed usage. Publishers can also choose to go public with this data, and many of them […]
I added Snap Preview Anywhere (SPA) to eHub back in December (eHub entry here). The free service provides a quick visual preview of a site whenever you roll over an external link. This lets you get a quick glimpse of the sites I’m linking to. In eHub, this also makes it easier to browse the […]
EmilyChang.com, launched less than a year ago, has now reached a combined RSS feed total of over 10,000 daily readers. To grab your own feeds from this site, please visit the subscribe page.
Today, Emily Chang’s eHub Interviews went live as a channel at the Japanese version of News.com. See Emily’s blog post.
Last month I had the pleasure of hearing from Kaori Omoto, an editor at CNET Networks Japan. Today, eHub Interviews went live as a channel at the Japanese version of News.com. CNET Japan will be translating eHub Interviews as they are released at featuring them at http://japan.cnet.com/column/ehub/ The first interview to go live is eHub […]
Over on his blog, web.XpunktNull.de, Klaas Bollhoefer has an interview series that will interest eHub readers and Web 2.0 users, especially those that speak German. “Inspired by your interviews, which I love and read regularly, I started a german interview series on my blog with the people behind german Web 2.0 services” writes Klaas. Since […]
Emily Chang’s eHub is listed in the Top 100 Feeds at Dave Winer’s Share Your OPML, a “commons for sharing outlines, feeds, and taxonomy” (currently #59).
Thanks to Catherine (cat) Morley, creator of Designers Who Blog, for featuring EmilyChang.com and eHub! Read Cat’s entry about eHub here.
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.
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 […]
I’m happy to announce that both eHub and emilychang.com have been invited to join the Web 2.0 Workgroup, a network created last month by Michael Arrington of TechCrunch, Richard MacManus of Read/WriteWeb, and Frederico Oliveira of WeBreakstuff. The Web 2.0 Workgroup is a network of premium weblogs that write content exclusively about the new generation […]
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 […]
I’m pleased to announce a new set of eHub Interviews (Netvibes, Codase, goowy, ColorBlender, Last.fm) has been translated into Japanese by the exceptional Ryutaro Kamitsu. Please visit the links below for the Japanese versions, and as always, stay tuned for more! eHub Interviews Netvibes http://d.hatena.ne.jp/brazil/20051018/1129614139 eHub Interviews Codase http://d.hatena.ne.jp/brazil/20051019/1129652023 eHub Interviews goowy http://d.hatena.ne.jp/brazil/20051031/1130736366 eHub Interviews […]
[Update: This post is left up for historical reasons. Since the date of this post, Charlie and I have emailed and we called a truce in the comments below. This is a non-issue now.] This morning I was checking my inbound links and came across a post, “I’m Off eHubwatch“, by Charlie O’Donnell of Union […]
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.
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.
eHub Interviews launches featuring four interviews with creators of web 2.0 applications, including Writely, Protopage, CommunityWalk, CentralDesktop. New interviews will be launching daily at eHub Interviews. Stay tuned for interviews with Netvibes, last.fm, Kiko, Findory, Blinklist, Meta, Openomy, Prodigem, Fundable, Mappr, SiteVista, NetworthIQ, SWiK, eyeOS, Listal, LibraryThing, CommonTimes, Slawesome, CampaignMonitor, Filenice, voo2doo, Feedmarker, Delineate, MapStats, […]
eHub Interviews, a series of email interviews with the creators of Web 2.0 applications and services, will launch this week (October 3-8, 2005) as part of the unofficial Web 2.0 week here in San Francisco.1 With over 150 web applications and services in eHub (and growing every day), we felt it was time to hear […]
eHub is a constantly updated list of web applications, services, resources, blogs or sites with a focus on next generation web (web 2.0), social software, blogging, Ajax, location mapping, open source, folksonomy, design and digital media sharing. Visit eHub! Buzz and Blogosphere Sept 17, 2005 eHub in The Social Software Weblog Barb Dybwad from The […]