More than 1.9 million votes were cast in the 2008 Webware 100 contest for favorite Web 2.0 applications. The following are the top 10 vote getters, in alphabetical order:
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Born as a Web portal, the company wants to create a new experience--social and open--for both consumers and developers.
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Video: Yahoo CTO talks up Open Strategy
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Video: Live Mesh revealed
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Images: Hands-on with the Live Mesh consumer app
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An overview of the 100 top Web apps, 10 each in 10 categories, according to Webware users and the fans of the products that were finalists in the awards.