The New York Times website has undergone a make over. What a big change it is from its previous version. They are moving closer towards Web 2.0. The site looks really good. Anil Dash reviews the Redesign and take a look at the editor's note on the redesign. (Techcrunch does one too) Also reading Anil Dash's blog I see a really nice write up on April Fool's Day.Although its interesting that it was posted on March 31st.
A lot of new services were launched or discovered this past week. Some of them were:
- Gifttagging – A website which is a combination of the Amazon Wishlist and del.icio.us (Techcrunch review)
- MyPickList – It’s a service to help people make money by recommending products they like to others. (Techcrunch review)
- Wikio – A news site which looks like to be a combo of Google News, Digg, Technorati and del.icio.us (Again, Techcrunch reviews)
- MotionBox – Online Video Sharing (Review, gotta love Michael Arrington)
Alright, I'm done with linking for now.
Edit: I gotta learn to use the spell checker in this.