Web 2.0 in Pittsburgh

A friend asked me recently:

Are there any Web 2.0 players in Pittsburgh, in either research or commercialization spaces, or both? "Web 2.0" is as broad as you want to make it.

Thanks for your thoughts.

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5 Responses to "Web 2.0 in Pittsburgh"

Mark said... 5/26/2006 6:50 PM

A salute to Mike Woycheck who puts together Pittsburgh Bloggers!

real said... 5/27/2006 9:25 PM

There was one Web 2.0 startup here in Dormont for a while. A trio of CMU grads started Clearspring Technologies. I believe they moved the business down to DC but I haven't been able to get in touch with their founder to confirm that.

his blog

Anonymous said... 5/28/2006 1:16 AM

Liberated Syndications (libsyn.com), one of the first podcasting hosts, is located in Bloomfield. It was started by local artist and entrepeneur Dave Mansueto.

Anonymous said... 6/23/2006 10:55 AM

Spreadshirt.com is Web 2.0! We have an office in PGH and Greensburg. We are always interested in meeting others interested in the concept of Web 2.0! Please feel free to email me at kso@spreadshirt.com.

Chris said... 3/09/2007 3:25 PM

I think Pittsburgh Designers is a new web 2.0 app within the city of Pittsbrugh...

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