Michael Arrington’s TechCrunch is the number one source for Web 2.0 news, especially about 2.0 startups. TechCrunch is a must-read blog to watch & learn the development of Web 2.0 . TechCrunch has more than 2 million RSS readers and ranked #3 in “Technorati Top 100 Blogs” list. Also, TechCrunch is the fastest Web 2.0 blog to publish a new post.
Tim O’Reilly is the one who denominated the new web as “Web 2.0″ . O’Reilly Radar is the right place to get information about the concept, the theory and the philosophy of Web 2.0 . O’Reilly also started Web 2.0 Conference .
There is no doubt that, Google has a lot of Web 2.0 services and everyday a new product is or product change is added to Google’s product range. Official Google Blog is the best place to learn about Google’s web services.
Web2Asia is a consulting firm for Western Internet, e-commerce and mobile application companies to successfully launch and grow their business in Greater China, Japan and Korea. There are more than 430 million Internet users in these 3 countries and Web2Asia’s Blog is the best place to learn what is going on about Web 2.0 in Asia.
Frank Gruber is an Internet entrepreneur and a Web 2.0 blogger. Frank is well-known for the blog Somewhat Frank, and for his analysis on Web 2.0, social media and emerging technologies and has been featured in a number of publications including TechCrunch, iMediaConnection, ReadWriteWeb Network as well as on his blog and related video podcasts on Somewhat Frank TV.