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Wapple.net (http://www.wapple.net) offers a mobile publishing platform for new and existing businesses. Follow along with us as we take their flagship product, Wapple Canvas, for a spin to see which elements of their interface work and which ones need retooling.
Sign On San Diego (http://www.signonsandiego.com) is a newspaper by the Union-Tribune that covers news from San Diego to national news. It communicates it’s purpose clearly, though there are several things that would make the browsing experience more pleasurable.
WebJam is a site with a daunting feature set that aims to make the process of creating and managing your personal social network easy and fun. The service aims to help anyone create a network, from churches and business to that popular girl in high school. How does it stack up in terms of usability? Read on to find out!
SaveTable.com is a website that allows Alaskans to quickly make reservations at restaurants, and find specific diners and cuisines.
The Absolute Peach is an Internet Comedy Podcast based in England. While the website seems to deliver for frequent visitors and listeners, it lacks direction key elements that may push away new viewers.
Regator.com aggregates the webs best blog posts from around the blogosphere. It has a personality that makes it fun to use, and isn’t hard to figure out. We enjoyed the chance to review this unique site.
Flashden.net provides a comprehensive and compelling marketplace for flash component designers. The experience was refreshing; devoid of most of the pitfalls we’ve encountered in past reviews. However, our panel still managed to generate a few suggestions.
Sketchplanet.com is a very simple site that has all the makings of a social community. The site flows really well, but sometimes the interacts weren’t for the lighthearted.