15 sites that died in 2009
The year 2009 saw the launch of many new and genuinely useful Web services, as well as continued advances from sites that weathered the economic fallout from the year prior. But not all was sunshine and daisies. Sites, large and small, closed up shop this year.
For many of the sites on this list, the main reason for closure was that it simply cost too much to keep things running. Other times it was due to them not getting enough users through the door to make ends meet.
Here are 15 notable losses from 2009, in chronological order.
December 23, 2009 4:00 AM PST
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