Friday, January 25, 2008

Sites that I use regularly

My company web portal. I like if of course because it is mine :p

Where remarkable people come together to expand their spheres of influence in elite social environments. I am the CTO for Karma, and bring together great people from all walks of the globe to celebrate in revelry, at events such as Kandyland at the Playboy Mansion just to name one!

The best meta-search engine for travel, crawls all the major travel sites. Excellent use of AJAX.

The best meta-search engine (the first and only get it before it's gone) for all things torrent!

One of my personal favorite sites, the online encyclopedia!

My favorite search engine of course :p

The blogger's site!

The best social networking site and amazing technology on the back end. I especially like the developer API piece F8 and also the photo sharing gallery. Very popular in Canada.

A great social networking site to keep in contact with all my friends in the US and A.

Another great site that allows you to see who's who on the internet and who has the most internet traffic.

Open source Portal on the ASP.NET 2.0 Platform.

Open source Portal on the LAMP platform. Great CMS.

Open source Portal on the LAMP Plaform. Great for building community websites.

Web 2.0 Video Sharing site.

Professional Social Networking site for professionals. I frequently get many professional connections through this site, great for meeting other working professionals.


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There are many social networking services operated like, MySpace, Facebook, etc. is being operated by Google. MySpace is an online community that lets you meet your friends' friends. These are popular sites especially among youths. Here people come into contact with each other and build up relations whether personal or business. There is a provision of creating a private community on MySpace and share photos, journals and interests with your growing network of mutual friends. We can judge the popularity of these sites by seeing their ranking in Alexa. Orkut has been steadily rising on the Alexa charts but MySpace is still significantly bigger than

MySpace is for everyone:
1) Friends who want to talk Online
2) Single people who want to meet other Singles
3) Matchmakers who want to connect their friends with other friends
4) Families who want to keep in touch--map your Family Tree
5) Business people and co-workers interested in networking
6) Classmates and study partners

Anyone looking for long lost friends

Harry Yeh said...

Here's a couple of new ones: (Because I am an Apple and Mac Lover now) - Great Price Search Engine.