Blerp Aims To Turn The Web Into One Big Forum

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/blerp-215x37.png" width="215" height="37" />San Francisco startup <a href="http://www.rocketon.com">RocketOn</a>, the company behind a <a href

Fleck Headed To The Deadpool Because Nobody Wants to Annotate The Web

<img src="https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/fleck-logo.png" /> Just a week after <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2008/10/08/reframe-it-retreads-web-annotation-as-a-browser-add-on/">Re

Reframe It Retreads Web Annotation As A Browser Add-On

<img src="https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/reframe-it-logo.png" /> The idea of annotating the Web has been around for a long time. It goes back to a failed Web 1.0 startup called Thi

Slingpage Lets You Share the Web With One Click (500 Private Beta Invites)

The idea of leaving sticky notes on the Web for others to find has been tried many times, but has never really taken off. Third Voice dotbombed with the idea in the late 1990s, then Activeweave tried

Top 2007 Education Apps: Learning 2.0

A teacher and active blogger named Larry Ferlazzo has put together his list of the top education startups of 2007. The list was clearly put together with students in mind. And while I’m pretty s

Five Ways to Mark Up the Web

In 1999, Eng-Sion Tan and two friends launched Third Voice, a browser plugin that would let anyone make annotations on webpages. The intent was to encourage freer speech on the internet, but many slam

Fleck Offers Zero Friction Web Annotation

Collaborative annotation of web pages is something many people are working on. The newest entrant in the field, Fleck, is launching tonight at the TechCrunch party in New York. The Fleck team hails fr


<img style="float: right" src='http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2006/01/flecklogo.jpg'class="shot2" alt="" /Fleck is either a joke, or a real service