37 thoughts on “Time lists its 50 coolest Web sites

  1. #17, read #7…

    You ‘citizen journalists’, do read stuff? Yes? Or just 5 second glance and then comment upon?

  2. #17, read #7…

    You ‘citizen journalists’, do read stuff? Yes? Or just 5 second glance and then comment upon?

  3. Well, You are second on my personal list. After all, my personal site needs to be on top, atleast on my list. ROFL!!!

    AJ

  4. Well, You are second on my personal list. After all, my personal site needs to be on top, atleast on my list. ROFL!!!

    AJ

  5. Robert,

    Why would Six Apart’s Mena Trott “have a headache today cause Time Magazine just released its list of 50 coolest Websites”?

    Is it because she’s not on it? Just curious.

  6. “Coolness” can not be bestowed by the uncool. What the uncool deem “cool” is inherently “uncool.”

    If you wanna know what’s cool, ya gotta ask the cool kids.

  7. “Coolness” can not be bestowed by the uncool. What the uncool deem “cool” is inherently “uncool.”

    If you wanna know what’s cool, ya gotta ask the cool kids.

  8. Robert,

    Why would Six Apart’s Mena Trott “have a headache today cause Time Magazine just released its list of 50 coolest Websites”?

    Is it because she’s not on it? Just curious.

  9. It is a realistic list that a “majority” of those that spend time on the internet can identify with. That is why you don’t see Robert Scoble’s blog on the list. Most people (meaning not bloggers but the majority of people on the internet) don’t know who he is.

  10. It is a realistic list that a “majority” of those that spend time on the internet can identify with. That is why you don’t see Robert Scoble’s blog on the list. Most people (meaning not bloggers but the majority of people on the internet) don’t know who he is.

  11. AOL and Time creating ‘Top Sites’ lists? I put this right up there next to Ted Stevens talking about the internet being ‘a series of tubes’.

  12. AOL and Time creating ‘Top Sites’ lists? I put this right up there next to Ted Stevens talking about the internet being ‘a series of tubes’.

  13. Yuck, I hope no one blogs about this list, I don’t want to see this list gather speed. It is mostly crap. I think that Time magazine is trying to be hip by picking sites that are small and have great photography.

  14. Yuck, I hope no one blogs about this list, I don’t want to see this list gather speed. It is mostly crap. I think that Time magazine is trying to be hip by picking sites that are small and have great photography.

  15. I don’t usually boast about my lists, but I’ve got this thing I call SLABTO!, which stands for “Some Links Are Better Than Others”. It’s kind of hidden right now, as I don’t provide a provide link to it on my blog, but I’m sure you’ll find it if you’re looking for a decent list of (what I think are) “cool” sites (though some links are better than others)…

  16. I don’t usually boast about my lists, but I’ve got this thing I call SLABTO!, which stands for “Some Links Are Better Than Others”. It’s kind of hidden right now, as I don’t provide a provide link to it on my blog, but I’m sure you’ll find it if you’re looking for a decent list of (what I think are) “cool” sites (though some links are better than others)…

  17. Yes, cute but not practical. I seem to spend more and more of my waking hours in front of a computer (hmm, time to go off the grid for a few weeks?) and I use … none of these sites.
    What happened to gmail, worpress, technorati?

  18. Yes, cute but not practical. I seem to spend more and more of my waking hours in front of a computer (hmm, time to go off the grid for a few weeks?) and I use … none of these sites.
    What happened to gmail, worpress, technorati?

  19. Why does that give Mena Trott a headache?

    She doesn’t like hierarchical lists, them being undemocratic and all that. Lists makes it a lot harder on newcomers, the lion’s share going to the upper 3%, lists supposedly reinforce such a view. It’s not civil, and against all that is good and pure in this world. Only Commies that hate Baseball, Hot Dogs, Apple Pie and Chevrolet would ever dare order things in lists. Blah blah blah. (Basic gist of her Blogher speech, as filtered down from the big-game-of-telephone bloggiods).

  20. Why does that give Mena Trott a headache?

    She doesn’t like hierarchical lists, them being undemocratic and all that. Lists makes it a lot harder on newcomers, the lion’s share going to the upper 3%, lists supposedly reinforce such a view. It’s not civil, and against all that is good and pure in this world. Only Commies that hate Baseball, Hot Dogs, Apple Pie and Chevrolet would ever dare order things in lists. Blah blah blah. (Basic gist of her Blogher speech, as filtered down from the big-game-of-telephone bloggiods).

  21. How does Google Spreadsheets get into Staying Connected category? They should have had a web application category. Whatever, these kind of lists are pretty irrelevant. You want a cool website, I am using cocomment.com to track all my blog comments. Now that’s freaking cool!

  22. How does Google Spreadsheets get into Staying Connected category? They should have had a web application category. Whatever, these kind of lists are pretty irrelevant. You want a cool website, I am using cocomment.com to track all my blog comments. Now that’s freaking cool!

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