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2web – Australian Web 2.0 Bloggers and Entrepreneurs

Posted By Darren Rowse 10th of March 2006 Pro Blogging News 3

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Some Aussie bloggers and webby type entrepreneurs have started to self organize over the last couple of weeks and have decided to come together for conversation and a bit of evangelization under the name 2web. There’s only 8 of us at this stage and I’m sure others will join our number. To this point it’s just a site which aggregates our content but I’m excited about some of the conversation we’ve been having via email and the possibilities for collaboration and jointly promoting some of the emerging ideas around new media, blogging and dare I say it – Web 2.0.

Nik Cubrilovic talks a little more about how it’s come about on his blog. Others who are part of the fun are Ben Barren, Cameron Reilly, Martin Wells, James Farmer, Alan Jones and Richard Giles.

If nothing else it’s a great group of people to hang out with and it’s great to see the Aussie voice emerging.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
Comments
  1. Aaron Brazell says: 03/10/2006 at 12:02 pm

    You should grab Martin from Moodle. He’s in Australia and I may be starting to work with him in some capacity soon.

  2. […] Being a regular reader of Problogger im always interested in the projects that Darren Rowse partakes in. His newest one, 2web is a collection of quality blogs that are in the group. Darren mesions that already the group are talking about the exciting projects they could work on. […]

  3. This sounds very interesting. Unfotunatly I am on the other side of the planet – I hope that someone makes an audio recording and makes a podcast

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