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"From isolation, separation and solitude to engagement, relationship and conversation" - The most complete directory of Web 2.0 initiatives (well over 7,500 indexed).

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This Blog Is In A Deep Sleep


These pages haven't been maintained in years; just keeping them up for the odd 50 visitors a day who still seem to appreciate it as a historic resource.


SIME Amsterdam - 25 May 2011


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Symptoms of Death


I guess that about 20% of the 7,000+ initiatives that I've indexed between 2006 and 2008 (in my EVERYTHING 2.0 blog) have disappeared from our screens. A considerable number were just fun projects, without any business perspective. The better ones got acquired - I guess 70, or so. A few of the weaker-but-still-interesting-enough found partners to merge with. But most members of the 2.0 Death Pool just perished.

Many of them did it graciously, diligently informing their members, sometimes even giving them time to remove their data. But, still, quite a number of companies just stopped their activities - in mid air, so to speak.

During the past 12 months I've sometimes captured the messages that I got (over email) or found (on a dead web page).

This collage draws the whole picture (especially when you have good eyes):
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BeZoone Lays Seed for Good Result in Turkish Airlines' Treasure Hunt


to participate in the Turkish Airlines pitch, my friends at BeZoone, a brilliant interactive agency in Istanbul founded by Result's partner Bülent Boytorun, had to find documents that were hidden all over the internet.

It seems that they've now scored all the bits and pieces. They have started a blog documenting everything. It's obvious that they aren't sharing everything yet, so it’ll be interesting to see how this develops over the coming weeks.

On the blog I also spotted a guest appearance of my Latvian partner, Roman Jasins:
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