Poland's first Web 2.0 site on the international *go2web2* list
Just before the New Year, Polish iloggo website was qualified to one of the biggest international lists of web 2.0 sites (http://go2web20.net/).
“Afterwards, the post got a high assessment from Digg website, and then the wave of new entries and users sprang up. During the night from 27th to 28th of December, a new entry appeared, on average, every 30 seconds, and our search engine was enriched with several hundred interesting foreign websites,” recalls Mr. Rafał Mrzygłocki, the president of iloggo.
His article was also published there (http://go2web2.blogspot.com/2006/12/iloggo-create-your-own-grid-from-your.html). This was the first presentation of iloggo on such scale to the users, who usually use their basic websites, such as Digg or del.icio.us. The founders claim the website will be also launched in other countries.
Iloggo is an original Polish concept, not a copy of an American solution. Last year in November, it was presented at the "WEB 2.0 WAVE in POLAND and US" conference. Due to this, among others, it became the first Polish website to debut in the US, which is a dream of each Polish Web 2.0 product.