Wired’s webmonkey has just published the results of their user survey on tinkers & stinkers of web-too-oh. I liked LibraryThing. Even the name is enough to make you feel warm. Basecamp, on the other hand, seems very useful.
Interestingly, MySpace seems to be out. Have we (as in we 12 yr old girls) outgrown it? Migrated to facebook? Or simply got bored of looking at ourselves making funny faces in the mirror-on-the-web?
Is this actually the first survey of web2.1 apps – things that don’t make a fuss about sharing, ajax, social features – simply use them as given to do something useful?