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.
From Amanda Murphy (via Scoble) comes the news of an Office 2007 Preview Website. Check it out, good videos.
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.