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The Next Web Awards 2007
55.000+ Votes
8 categories
Entertainment
YouTube
Joost
Second Life
MetaCafe
World of Warcraft
LastFM
Daily Motion
And the winner is...
Youtube
Company
Google
Yahoo!
Apple
Microsoft
Amazon
And the winner is...
Yahoo!
Social
Linked in
Hyves
Bebo
Myspace
Facebook
Friendster
Dogster
Ebuddy
Windows Live spaces
Cyworld
Meebo
Xing
Twitter
Plaxo.com
Cambrian House
And the winner is...
Linked in
Search
Snap
Technorati
Wikipedia
Yahoo!
Del.icio.us
Flickr
Google
Windows live search
Spock
Wink
Yahoo pipes
And the winner is...
Wikipedia
Disruptors
Joost
Netvibes
Zopa
Sellaband
OpenID
Zecco
Edgeio
Turn
A swarm of angels
Pixenate
37 Signals
And the winner is...
OpenID
Web Celeb
Kevin Rose
Marc Andreessen
Tariq Krim
Michael Arrington
Jimmy Wales
Tom Anderson
Lonelygirl15
Steve Jobs
And the winner is...
Tariq Krim
Beta & Stealth
Diigo
Joost
Spotplex
Wakoopa
Swoot Browsers
Outback Online
Twones
Freebase
Intense Debate
Polar Rose
Plum
Powerset
MiniRSS
Radar
LouderVoice
Trayle
Spendview
Sxipper
Tipit.to
Hypesphere
Mailemotion
Fleck
WunderLOOP connect
Visitopia
And the winner is...
Joost
Populizr
Digg
Del.icio.us
StumbleUpon
MyBlogLog
Meneame
TechCrunch
Slashdot
Netscape
And the winner is...
TechCrunch
See you at the
Next Web in 2008!
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  1. 1. The Next Web Awards 2007
  2. 2. 55.000+ Votes
  3. 3. 8 categories
  4. 4. Entertainment
  5. 5. YouTube
  6. 6. Joost
  7. 7. Second Life
  8. 8. MetaCafe
  9. 9. World of Warcraft
  10. 10. LastFM
  11. 11. Daily Motion
  12. 12. And the winner is...
  13. 13. Youtube
  14. 14. Company
  15. 15. Google
  16. 16. Yahoo!
  17. 17. Apple
  18. 18. Microsoft
  19. 19. Amazon
  20. 20. And the winner is...
  21. 21. Yahoo!
  22. 22. Social
  23. 23. Linked in
  24. 24. Hyves
  25. 25. Bebo
  26. 26. Myspace
  27. 27. Facebook
  28. 28. Friendster
  29. 29. Dogster
  30. 30. Ebuddy
  31. 31. Windows Live spaces
  32. 32. Cyworld
  33. 33. Meebo
  34. 34. Xing
  35. 35. Twitter
  36. 36. Plaxo.com
  37. 37. Cambrian House
  38. 38. And the winner is...
  39. 39. Linked in
  40. 40. Search
  41. 41. Snap
  42. 42. Technorati
  43. 43. Wikipedia
  44. 44. Yahoo!
  45. 45. Del.icio.us
  46. 46. Flickr
  47. 47. Google
  48. 48. Windows live search
  49. 49. Spock
  50. 50. Wink
  51. 51. Yahoo pipes
  52. 52. And the winner is...
  53. 53. Wikipedia
  54. 54. Disruptors
  55. 55. Joost
  56. 56. Netvibes
  57. 57. Zopa
  58. 58. Sellaband
  59. 59. OpenID
  60. 60. Zecco
  61. 61. Edgeio
  62. 62. Turn
  63. 63. A swarm of angels
  64. 64. Pixenate
  65. 65. 37 Signals
  66. 66. And the winner is...
  67. 67. OpenID
  68. 68. Web Celeb
  69. 69. Kevin Rose
  70. 70. Marc Andreessen
  71. 71. Tariq Krim
  72. 72. Michael Arrington
  73. 73. Jimmy Wales
  74. 74. Tom Anderson
  75. 75. Lonelygirl15
  76. 76. Steve Jobs
  77. 77. And the winner is...
  78. 78. Tariq Krim
  79. 79. Beta & Stealth
  80. 80. Diigo
  81. 81. Joost
  82. 82. Spotplex
  83. 83. Wakoopa
  84. 84. Swoot Browsers
  85. 85. Outback Online
  86. 86. Twones
  87. 87. Freebase
  88. 88. Intense Debate
  89. 89. Polar Rose
  90. 90. Plum
  91. 91. Powerset
  92. 92. MiniRSS
  93. 93. Radar
  94. 94. LouderVoice
  95. 95. Trayle
  96. 96. Spendview
  97. 97. Sxipper
  98. 98. Tipit.to
  99. 99. Hypesphere
  100. 100. Mailemotion
  101. 101. Fleck
  102. 102. WunderLOOP connect
  103. 103. Visitopia
  104. 104. And the winner is...
  105. 105. Joost
  106. 106. Populizr
  107. 107. Digg
  108. 108. Del.icio.us
  109. 109. StumbleUpon
  110. 110. MyBlogLog
  111. 111. Meneame
  112. 112. TechCrunch
  113. 113. Slashdot
  114. 114. Netscape
  115. 115. And the winner is...
  116. 116. TechCrunch
  117. 117. See you at the Next Web in 2008!
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