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- Blogging and citizen media sites - Global Voices, reddit, spot.us, digg or slashdot, or a hyperlocal news organization
- Facebook groups
- Flickr groups
- Some aspect of microblogging: Twitter, Tumblr, etc.
- Bulletin boards, usenet groups, forums, or 4chan
- Education and tech organizations: OLPC or Sugarlabs or OpenEducation
- E-government and public engagement; e.g., FCC, open gov
- A government transparency organization
- An online political movement - moveon.org, online versions of the tea party
- A gaming site, eg World of Warcraft, Farmville, etc.
- A community exchange site such as couchsurfing.com or airbnb.com
- A music sharing site - Grooveshark, Soundcloud, MySpace
- A review and recommendation site such as Yelp
- Location services/games: FourSquare, Scvngr, etc.
- Question services: Aardvark, Quora
- Open knowledge consortium
- Different language communities on Wikipedia
- Conservapedia -- now that we've spent so much time on Wikipedia -- lots of nice normative/governance questions here
ChatRoulette project that Rob mentioned in class by Alex: http://www.webecologyproject.org/2010/03/chatroulette/