Webware 100 Finalists
Adobe's Flash is a platform that developers use to create a number of interactive and rich online applications.
Blogger is Google's simple and free blogging platform.
Boxxet lets its users create "fan pages" for people and things they are passionate about.
Drupal is an open-source content-management platform.
Feedburner lets site owners keep track of how many people are using and subscribing to their RSS feeds.
Google Analytics is a free tool for Web site owners or administrators to track traffic and usage trends.
Mimeo is outsourced printing, but the company will ship your documents as well.
PayPerPost is a system that pays bloggers to write about items, based on what advertisers are asking for.
PollDaddy lets users create polls that can be shared on blogs, Web sites, and social-networking profiles.
Scrapblog lets you create and share personal media presentations.
Scribd is an online community in which users can browse and share their documents online.
Silverlight is a new development platform for making slick-looking, powerful Web applications.
SiteKreator is a no-coding-experience-required Web-publishing tool. Users can create full-featured blogs or Web sites without knowing a lick of HTML.
Slideaware is a platform for showing and collaborating on PowerPoint shows.
SquareSpace builds Web sites and blogs.
Thumbstacks is a simple online application for creating and sharing presentations.
Triporama is a tool for planning group trips and outings.
Tumblr is a blogging platform that lets users share photos, text, and links using a very simple interface.
TypePad is a fully featured blog hosting service with built-in support for widgets.
Vox is a family-oriented blogging platform that lets you control which of your readers sees what content.
Vyew is a Web-based real-time collaboration and conferencing platform.
Weebly is a fast way to create Web sites and blogs.
Widgetbox is a publishing service that lets developers share their widgets. The service also offers metrics, to let Widgetbox users keep track of how their applications are being used on other sites and services.
WordPress is a popular blogging platform that has both a free, Web-hosted version, and one that runs on your server for a deeper level of customization. Users can design blogs without knowing any coding.
Yugma is a screen-sharing service aimed at small businesses and groups.