A VoiceThread is a collaborative, multimedia slide show that holds images, documents, and videos and allows people to navigate slides and leave comments – using voice (with a mic or telephone), text, audio file, or video (via a webcam). It provides a free limited version.
Vodpod is a community that allow you to create your own video channels, to collect the best music videos, funny videos, politics and video clips from around the web and shre it on blog, Facebook and Twitter.
Boonex provides free, open-source, downloadable community-building software for websites. Its mission is all about Uniting People. Its free community software Dolphin 7 is open-source, downloadable, scalable, customizable, full-featured, independent and free software package for building social networks, dating sites and niche communities.
locr is a revolutionary geotagging photo community. According to the slogan “Geotag, Print & Share – Show your World in Photos”- locr offers users the possibility of visualizing photos with the aid of street maps, satellite images and location information. locr has specialized in geo photography and geo-related printproducts. Furthermore locr provides geotagging software solutions for Windows PCs, Apple Macintosh, Windows Mobile, Symbian and the iPhone.
locrExplorer app allows you to browse photos published on locr.com. View nearby photos, locate photos on a map, browse friends’ photos, post to Twitter. It also allows you to geocode photos and to upload them to locr.com. At locr.com users can share geotagged photos and create physical travel photo albums with high quality map data.
LiveShare is an easy photo sharing application for you and your friends to snap photos at parties, get-togethers and other shared experiences, and enjoy them all in one place, in real-time. You don’t need to hunt through emails, social networks and photo sites to see everyones photos.
When I tried to name my blog, I had a couple of names that had a sense that the theme of this blog stands on – information and people connections on the web. I was thinking so-called Web 1.0, Web 2.0, Web 3.0… Web N… people sharing… linked… connected… like a circle… Therefore, I called it WebN.+circle, and eventually it became Webn’Circle.
I’m happy to see that Google’s facebook competitor, the Google+, arrives. Unlike Facebook, Google+ is built from the ground up around the concept of sharing material with groups of people, called “Circles.”