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posted Oct 01, 2012
Shocking news (from a betalogical point of view): only 10% (2 out of 19) of the startups which presented themselves at the Startup Rally of the The Next Web Conference have been released in beta* (falling from 53% in 2012 and and 60% in 2008). Oddly enough the tracks have been called ‘Alpha Rally’ and ‘Beta Rally’…
posted Jun 21, 2012
Minor update: I’ve added a custom search engine which searches within many cool and/or useful blogs (list below).
blog before you think
guardian technology blog
like it matters
signal vs. noise
the next web
under the radar
posted Nov 09, 2010
A few fun charts:
As most of you know we focus on plain vanilla public betas (78.6%). But we also collect sites in alpha (4.7%), sites which have not publicly launched yet (private alphas, private betas, sites in stealth mode, …) and require some sort of invitation to get in (14.3%), or sites which come in some other beta-ish (gamma, zeta, feta, labs, …) flavor (2.4%).
Google has launched only 2.3% of all betas.
We’ve seen quite a bunch of Twitter Apps lately, unfortunately only 18% of them have been released in beta.
Startup launches since 2004. The peak was in August 2007 with 487 new launches, overall I’m tracking about 22,000 sites.
It has been another interesting year, tons of apps I can’t imagine living without now – if you’ve been hanging in here for a while I hope you’ve been discovering some cool sites too. A big thanks to all of you and to all the wonderful startups.
posted Oct 01, 2010
I’ve added a slideshow mode which lets you conveniently browse the most recent additions using the arrow keys or the keyboard shortcuts j/k.
I’ve also revamped the MoMB Custom Search – a search engine based on Google CSE which searches within 200+ hand-picked technology blogs and a couple of news sites.
If you want to get more infos on a featured tool just click on the custom search logo beneath each article.
Last not least I’ve added buttons for sharing on Twitter, Google Buzz, and Delicious and comments via Disqus. They will be displayed when you click on the tiny transmission icon.
posted May 05, 2010
feest.je * (stealth)
helloinbox * (coming soon)
peecho * (almost there)
shopwithyourfriends * (coming soon)
tribe of noise
userplus * (alpha)
(see the beta quotient for Y Combinator Demo Day (20%), Plugg (42%), TheNextWeb 2008 (60%), Webware 100 (19%), TheNextWeb 2007 (32%), German Twitter Clones (38%), Hungary (45%), Seth Godin’s Web 2.0 List (37%), DEMOfall 06 (27%), MoMB (37%), TechCrunch (38%), web 2.0 (1 – 25%), germany (60%), rails (5%), connected innovators (83%), apps inspired by flickr (43%) and apps inspired by digg (21%))
posted Apr 27, 2010