ProgrammableWeb Joins Web 2.0 Workgroup

John Musser
Oct. 20 2005, 12:04AM EDT

Web 2.0 WorkgroupI'm happy to announce that ProgrammableWeb has joined the Web 2.0 Workgroup.

What is it? From the homepage: "The Web 2.0 Workgroup is a network network of premium weblogs that write content exclusively about the new generation of the Web...If you like any one of the affiliated blogs, we guarantee you'll like the rest too!"

Who is it? A very smart and interesting group: TechCrunch, WeBreakStuff, Read/Write Web, Solution Watch, Podtech.net, Scripting News, Dion Hinchcliffe, ParticleTree, and Bokardo.

ProgrammableWeb fits in as a place to get a programmer's-eye-view of the Web 2.0 API landscape: what APIs and services are available, how do they work, what's new, what are people building on top of them, how are they being mixed and mashed, and what are the issues (from licensing to ROI). And as regular readers know, it's not always serious.

I'll keep to my generally laconic style and just say: a) thanks to the Web 2.0 Workgroup team for the honor and b) strongly recommend to all the readers here to check-out the rest of the Workgroup sites. You won't be disappointed.

John Musser

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