5px; float: left;”/>Doubtlessly you’ve heard the term web 2.0 bandied around like a drunk’s brown paper bagged bottle, heck, it was just a few weeks ago that Shiny Shiny’s very own Susi weighed into the issue with her theories on each site, and what they say about the users. If you feel you still haven’t quite amassed your potential limit of 2.0 sites, then check out Useless Account, my new favourite site pointed out by a reader, David Thair. Basically signing up for an account with the application ‘allows you unlimited account editing!’, where you can ‘change your password 1000 times a day…for free!’ It may not give you photo-sharing abilities, access to useless information about anything, or an insight into the average middle-American emo kid’s dietary habits, but at least you can claim to be a member of something which is completely and utterly useless. It’s refreshing to find a site that is so brazen with their intentions!
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