Those of you keen on tracking the world of Web 2.0 know how fast and often new sites are released. And the pace is picking up. So for those of you wanting to stay in the know, here are the best sites and their respective feeds.
eHub – Feed
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, Ruby on Rails, location mapping, open source, folksonomy, design and digital media sharing.
Webosphere – Feed
Fellow WordPress.com blog, Webosphere is focused on detecting and reviewing new web 2.0 products and companies.
TechCrunch – Feed
TechCrunch profiles and reviews new web 2.0 products and companies. TechCrunch is written by Michael Arrington.
Digg Search – Web 2.0 – Feed
Results page for stories submitted to Digg.com with the term “web 2.0” found in the title or description. This is a great way to find new sites as developers/creators will often try to promote their new projects and ideas through Digg.
Del.icio.us Tag Web 2.0 – Feed
Results page for bookmarks saved to the most popular social bookmarking site, Del.icio.us, that have been tagged “web 2.0” Similar to Digg, but both the original creators as well as early viewers of new web 2.0 projects will often bookmark and tag them here.
And, for good sport, here is a FeedBurner feed that consists of all the sites above combined: