towards a more social web

Lots of buzz building around Web 2.0, and I’m watching it unfold with eager anticipation; eHub keeps a running log of Web 2.0 apps. When hunger pangs hit me last night, I wandered online for a place to eat. I found the wiki-ish web app to be helpful, but notably lacking in my area. Some Web 2.0 apps I’ve started using recently include:,,, and Have been using for some of my pix, with more of them hosted at (not so Web 2.0 ish).

What I’d love to see is a web app that’ll make the T-mobile Hotspot listing (at the ubiquitous Starbucks, and FedExKinkos and Borders too) more useful, listing not only locations and hours (on a Google map, too? is that asking for too much?), but also number of power outlets, tables, and chairs. While I love meetups with people there to chat, I also like to get online and work there too.

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  1. Bumble says:

    Why don’t you go to and check it out – may be there’s enough of demands to start a hotspot locators.

  2. Nani says:

    Speaking about your “not so Web 2.0 ish”
    This week they are introducing some new Web 2.0 ish cool features such as new top navigation, photo tag search, Fotki Social links, Fotki Community, Slide show invitation, RSS feeds.
    Enjoy! 🙂

  3. Sammy says:

    Have you seen the Google Maps integrated with photo albums on
    I love to track my summer trips there!

    As for the hotspots listing – would be cool, if somebody could make this with FotkiMaps…