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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Wednesday Web Picks ~ Popular "Net Gen" Websites

Business week ran an article back in December 2008 entitled "The Net Generation Takes the Lead". Their subtitle states "Enabled by the Web and digital Technology, the Net Generation is transforming media, politics and culture. Will older generations stand in the way?"

Let's hope not. Hopefully there is much to learn from these capable, multi-taskers. Here are a few web sites, not in any order, that are apparently some of the most popular among this new generation of "Net capable" thinkers. And oh, let's remember to give them their opportunity to transform the world for their future. Better yet - let's adapt, learn, engage in dialog and join in creating a world "transformed"! Click on the title to be taken to the website.

1. YouTube - video sharing website where users can upload, view and share video clips.

2. Digg - is a website made for people to discover and share content from anywhere on the Internet, by submitting links and stories, and voting and commenting on submitted links and stories.

3. Ning - is an online platform for users to create their own social websites and social networks


4. TakingITGlobal - Largest Online community of youth interested in global issues and creating positive change.


5. Hulu - is a website that offers commercial-supported streaming video of TV shows and movies from NBC, Fox and many other networks.

6. Answers.com - the ultimate answer engine, with quick accurate dictionary, thesaurus, encyclopedia, bios, tech terms, news, sports, weather, and much more.

A interesting perspective on Net Gen. click on screen to begin and continue through each frame:

4 comments:

Katie said...

Mornin' TAC. :)
5 Etsy shops? Oh my! You've been buisy.

LeaKarts said...

Some great websites! I've been mulling around some new youtube videos myself lately.

Natalia Designs said...

Amazing websites!

The Pink Bird House said...

wow, lots of great info to share with all of us. I plan to look into these websites this week. Thanks for a great post. Deborah