So here we sit at the end of the year. We just wrapped up the 2007 CyberNet Awards series that we had been doing for the last few weeks, and tomorrow we have a fun filled day planned. We are going to recap the major events that have happened over the last year, and I think you'll be pretty surprised at how much of the stuff seems like it happened yesterday.
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The 2007 CyberNet Awards is wrapping things up by highlighting what we believe to be the Most Productive Apps of 2007. One of our favorite things to write about are programs that can help increase productivity, and it's only fitting to close with this award. A big thanks to all the developers of the following programs, because without them I don't know how I would get anything done!
Yesterday we took a look at what we consider to be the Most Innovative Services available on the web, and today we've got our sights set on products. After some careful deliberation we managed to come up with three amazing products that could drastically change the way we use technology in the future.
Computers have always prospered because of people who sought after ways to fulfill the needs of users. When I look back at where applications and services were just a few years ago I have a hard time believing how far we've actually come.
There are hundreds of millions of websites out there, but how many do you use on a regular basis. We've come up with what we believe to be the three most powerful websites on the Internet. Sites that save you time, make you more productive, and focus on making otherwise hard tasks extra easy.
Over the last year we've covered hundreds of different applications, but there are only a handful that are both worthwhile and small. You may recall that we've done a post with 15 ultra tiny apps, all of which were 250KB and under in size. My favorite tiny program of the year, however, was not on that list!
We felt compelled to assemble this article after PCWorld put together their list of the biggest tech disappointments of 2007. What they claimed to be the worst products of the year were things like Office 2007, iPhone, Yahoo!, and even Vista. Needless to say they were way off the mark, and I lost some respect for them because of their poor decisions.
For this installment of the 2007 CyberNet Awards we are taking a look at some of the Best Sites for Sharing files, data, and movies on the Internet. We managed to come up with three different sites that all play an important role in how CyberNet functions, and we therefore wanted to mention each of them.
It's time to hand out the first of many 2007 CyberNet Awards! The category is Best Customer Service, and we have three different winners in this category. These are all companies that we've had to deal with on items that we've purchased, but ended up having troubles somewhere down the road.
Starting today and stretching until the end of the year, we will be handing out the coveted CyberNet Awards to the most deserving companies, applications, and gadgets out there. It's almost like winning an Oscar, only there isn't much fame and glory associated with the CyberNet Awards. Oh, and you won't receive a statuette, but who wants another dust collector anyway?