Monday, August 25, 2008
The number and quality of the applications available on the Web continues to grow. In fact, applications that don't have an online equivalent are increasingly hard to find. Some of the most notable of these new Web 2.0 applications that I'm exploring add to the text tools of the digital literacy palette (on left). They include the database applications of Blist (database with spreadsheet features) and LazyBase. Of further interest are the Spreadsheet applications within Google Docs, and EditGrid. However, these are just some of the highlights of hundreds of Web 2.0 applications that are categorized on the Evoke-Problem Solving page.