More Indians Join The Web 2.0 Bandwagon

Here are a few new Indian portals. They all have a web 2.0 character and harp on the usual web 2.0 concepts like “sharing”, “social networking”, “Collaborative software”, “social bookmarking” etc. Nothing original about most of them. However, do check them out and comment about them here.

TechTribe.com
Targeted at software pros. Its mission statement says that the “goal is to enable technology professionals in software and services to connect with like-minded people around the world; and collaborate on innovative solutions using a methodology called Connect to Develop (C2D). Within C2D, innovators CONNECT with other people passionate about solving a problem outside their work environments, and together DEVELOP a progressive solution.”
I am not a techie, so I will stay away from this.

Jhanki.com
This is the Digg for India. “This is a place where all Indians can post news stories that they find interesting, and also add their comments about the news,” says a mail from them. Interestingly, the top three stories I saw on page today morning were international stories. Do we really need a Digg? Comment.

Infeedia.com
It is a video filter/aggregator for Indian videos found on the web. Users submit the best indian videos they find on video sharing sites like Youtube, Yahoo, Dailymotion, Google and other sites. The site claims to have a filtering mechanism which further filters down the best videos and publishes it on the front page.

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