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PollDaddy has been around for a while now, and its newest iteration scales things back a bit to work with social networks, while keeping some of the biggest features.
PollDaddy's polling function is now embedded on Wordpress.com; other platforms still supported.
It's more fun than useful, but still a nice little enhancement
Do you want your polls to appear everywhere? Yes? No? See results.
Build-your-own-social-network service makes public a platform that lets users embed more than 90 apps and widgets for things like donation collections or ticket sales.
PollDaddy goes pro, and pro users get to remove the PollDaddy branding, effectively turning the service into a white-labeled solution.
OpenSocial might not be Facebook's app platform, but it still has some neat apps that are worth giving a whirl, from PollDaddy to Stunt Pilot.
Almost 630,000 votes were cast to determine this year's 100 best Web 2.0 apps. Big vote-getters were Gaia Online, Maxthon, Justin.TV--and lots of Google services.
We go through the methods and pitfalls of buying, selling, and registering domain names.
PollDaddy offers a simple approach to making polls, which you can post nearly anywhere on the Web.