What's everyone yelping about?
Or is it digging? Or ninging? Zyng-ing? A rundown of some Web 2.0 startups getting a lot of buzz, if not necessarily a lot of revenues.
1 of 8
What is it?
Online-content-sharing site. Rumors persist that Google is interested in buying it.
Who's bankrolling it?
$11.3 million from Greylock and Omidyar Network.
Last updated August 07 2008: 8:12 AM ET
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