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Sacred Cow Dung runs a list of All Things Web 2.0, including over 1100 web sites. Pretty loose definition of Web 2.0, though — if any old coolhunting blog can be Web 2.0, who can't?
SCD's list is compiled from the Everything 2.0 list, posted in chunks at the openBC forum. There's even a German list.
Dogster founder Ted Rheingold (pictured) gets Farked when a photo of him at Etech becomes Photoshop fodder at Poor guy — he just finished getting respectable at SXSW. [Laughing Squid]
Dell picks up Alienware (inevitable, after their "no comment" denial). Don't worry, gamers, the big dorky PC maker will run its new gaming-box subsidiary separately. And there's no risk of the Dell Guy making a "Dude! You got an Alienware!" comeback. [Mercury News]
Dot-coms keep playing it loose: has no terms of service — because "laywers suck," jokes owner Matt Mullenweg. They're working on the issue, because yes, lawyers do suck when they're working for disgruntled users.
Yahoo's Upcoming has a user agreement, but one Valleywag reader was happy to find it's editable. So they selected the agreement, typed "I agree to nothing," and joined Upcoming. Because there are so many terrible things one can do with an agreement-free event site account...