NOTE: that you can vote, and you can also rate
You can comment and vote for every item…you can bookmark it in del.icio.us or submit it to digg…you can check out the profile in alexa…and you can read reviews at TechCrunch where available (I think a use of buttons for each service would be more intuitive).
This last choice is something new, instead of pointing to a tag in del.icio.us or technorati tags for further discovery, it points to TechCrunch for quality…so TechCrunch is not only handy for the very latest about web 2.0 but it has amassed to a quality review archive database.
Actually in my buzzshout post I mentioned that in addition to bookmarking web 2.0 services (and commenting and voting) it would be handy to read blog reviews to learn what these bookmarks are about
…Web 2.0 List is going with this idea in a quality way, and instead of pointing to blog post permalinks, it points to the TechCrunch tag.
TechCrunch tags has become the technorati tags for web 2.0 blog reviews…maybe we can point to TechCrunch tags in our blog posts.
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