Jan Ole Peek

Tag Archives: Web 2.0

Goowy – Online Desktop

Goowy is something I just heard about in the latest Inside the Net podcast. goowy (re) is a rich experience site which helps you manage your digital lifestyle. We provide you with a fresh and powerful environment for managing your webmail, contacts, calendar, rss, widgets (search, bookmarks, photos, weather, stocks, quotes, scores, etc.), and fun […]

Web 2.0 Logo

This is kinda neat. Someone has posted a montage of sorts using the logos of all (well almost all) Web 2.0 companies. The end result is a really cool image which shows off just how colourful web 2.0 is. The image is posted on Flickr and I have posted the small version below.

How to design Web 2.0 look-a-like sites

A comprehensive summary of design issues on Web 2.0 web design. This one is focusing on a design related point of view instead of the usual Ajax / Web2.0 API approach. Basic, yet highly interesting facts on why those websites look as cool as they do – while still being dead simple web design. read […]

A new way to listen to music online

I’ve experimented with many different ways to listen to music while at work: homebrew streaming mp3 server at home, live365.com, even mp3s on my cellphone. Recently I’ve discovered a cool new streaming music service (free of course). It’s called Pandora and it let’s you customize what music you want to listen to. Think of it […]

Web 2.0?

Web 2.0 is a term often applied to a perceived ongoing transition of the World Wide Web from a collection of websites to a full-fledged computing platform serving web applications to end users. Ultimately Web 2.0 services are expected to replace desktop computing applications for many purposes. What it means to me is that all […]