Inspired by this little piece from Virgin Music I present "20 Web 2.0 Companies". Within the below image lay 20 Web 2.0 companies (or applications), can you find them all?
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Not much interest in this? Maybe they are too hard?
ok some people have asked for some names to get started, here are 3
If I communtciaed I could thank you enough for this, I’d be lying.
Feedburner’s is pretty easy and quite funny, but yes, this is a very hard one, not much like Virgin’s though. Very clever!
Yea virgin’s is great, i didnt have the time or energy to do something as nice as theirs.
heres another clue, all those little guys in the bottom right are the marvel character “thing”, maybe if you count them up you’ll know what it is…
I guess somebody didn’t do their homework. A Googol = 10^100, not 10^10.
You are certainly right, updated
Flickr (possibly the hand on the right?)
Digg (the Shovel)
YouTube (the tube shaped like the letter ‘U’ on the left)
Mint (possibly the green leaves?)
I got all the answers.
Digg (shovel to the left of the pic)
YouTube (tube to the back left of the pic)
Flickr (hand to the right of the pic)
PhotoBucket (trash can with pictures to the left of the pic)
Mint (the green leaves to the right of the pic)
8. Social Networks
9. Thingamy (The Thing)
GMAIL ??(Snoop Dog)
News Vine (the vine with news on it, my only guess)
TechCrunch (Guy getting head smashed by chip)
John Slater, Feed Mailer – http://www.feedmailer.net
That’s Yahoo Serious standing there with a guitar
Eugh : Skype. Took me ages to work out what the cloud was about.
And there are 1..2..3..4… how many Things?
I wonder what the green server is about perhaps greenserver.org – a site monitoring the growing list of environmentally friendly web hosting companies.
I’m stuck on the lightening flash on the server, and the giant hand pinching something though.
Any chance you’re going to post the correct answers anywhere, or any time?
Quite nice, and interesting, I just don’t have the time to try and figure out the ones that aren’t already posted.
Yes, I think its been long enough. Here are the answers from top left down:
1. skype (sky peeing)
2. youtube (u shaped tube)
3. digg (shovel)
4. pageflakes (the notebook paper)
5. gmail (snoop dogg)
6. flock (seagulls)
7. bloglines (coke lines/razor)
8. tagworld (tag with globe on it)
9. shutterfly (window shutters with bug)
10. newsvine (newspapers growing on vine)
11. flickr (hand about to flick)
12. photobucket (photos falling of of bucket)
13. feedburner (bags of horse feed on fire)
14. bolt (lighting bolt)
15. dodgeball (guy knocked out on floor)
16. weblogs (spider web in front of fireplace, or logs of wood)
17. techcrunch (microchip man doing crunches)
18. yahoo (actor yahoo serious from young einstein)
19. 43things (43 little guys, “thing” from marvel comics”
20. Google (10 to the 100)
I thought the techcrunch one was facebook. I thought the chip was a book. LOL
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