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      Major Update to OL (please click to open)   02/09/2016

      Sorry for the inconvenience, but we had to update OL and there have been some serious changes made by IPB. The real bad news is that they had to merge User Names and Display Names. This meant that I had to choose between bad and bad. I opted to keep the log-on information the same, so you can get on OL like you always did, but now your User Name is displayed. If your User Name and Display Name were the same, you will not feel the change. If they were different, you are probably irritated right now. I will figure out how you can change this so you can revert to the Display Name you used before if you like, however this may entail a change in how you log-on. The good news is that OL is now searchable from the very beginning. This means all the old posts from the A-Team in Objectivism (and everybody else) will finally show up when you search for something. I will keep changing this announcement as we adapt to these new changes. It's a pain, I know, but after looking around the backend for a bit, I believe the benefits will far, far outweigh the current irritation. They changed things in a hamhanded way and I don't like that, but I can't do anything about it. Benefit-wise, they actually did a good job, so please bear with us. In addition to this change, many good things are coming over time. You are the reason OL exists and I am sorry you have to go through this. Think of it like birth pangs... (All right, all right, that's forcing it.  ) Michael
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Michael Stuart Kelly

Complete Web 2.0 Directory

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In my studies, I came across the following link:

Go2Web20 - The Complete Web 2.0 Directory

This is about the best Web 2.0 directory I have come across. You can search across the directory and there is a drop-down menu where you can see the different Web 2.0 sites according to tags (categories).

If you open the bar marked "Tools," you can also do what it calls "Print the Book." This will take some time as there are a lot of sites. What "print" means here is that the program makes a full listing of all information on one html page. From there you can print it out in paper, copy-paste it to another program, save the html file, or di what I did: make a pdf file.

My pdf file came to 300 pages with about 6-8 sites per page. This comes to roughly 2,000 sites. Now I have a file at hand that gives a small description of most all Web 2.0 sites, including logo, link and tags.

The more I get involved with all this, the more excited I get. The only thing I need is about 75 hours per day. :)



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