You can argue exactly what constitutes a Web 2.0 tool, but in my mind it is anything that pushes information to me or allows me to collaboratively work and share on the Web while using a Web-based interface - the browser as operating system...
My question is how many Web 2.0 tools are too many? Obviously the 85 that I have tried is way too many - besides many of those tools are long gone (have you noticed that another feature of Web 2.0 tools is that the word "Beta" must appear on their Web site somewhere?), Pownce being one of the latest casualties, or been absorbed or morphed by competition. Having tried them as they appear does not mean that they are being used or even useful. Here is a list of the Web 2.0 tools that I use regularly, in no particular order:
- Blogspot - blogging
- PBWiki - wiki
- GMail - mail, chat, video chat, and so much more...
- NetVibes - RSS etc. aggregator
- Google Docs - office application suite, collaborative groupware and so much more
- Flickr - photos
- Photobucket - photos
- Twitter - micro-blogging and social networking
- Delicious - tagging
- Facebook - social networking
- LinkedIn - social networking
- Joost - online video and TV
What Web 2.0 apps are you using and how are you using them? Have they changed the way you get and use information?...