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Three interesting web apps June 12, 2009

Posted by Michael Kowalski in design, webapps.

Recently seen:

Hemlock: Flash/XMPP-based framework for building multiuser real-time apps (well, games). Clever stuff.

Layers: Another crowd-sourced website annotation tool. It’s not that I think this kind of thing is a terribly good idea, but it is rather smoothly executed here.

Wagn: mutant love-child of wiki and Hypercard. Execrable design, though oddly they don’t seem to think so; and rather ludicrously, it claims to be a CMS(!) but still, it’s an interesting idea.



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