The Next Net 25

25 startups to watch
It’s getting crowded on the Web 2.0 frontier, but there are still some startups that truly stand out. Business 2.0 Magazine, in its March issue, highlights the ones most likely to strike gold in 2007. (more)

The quest for the perfect online ad
Web advertisers are moving beyond search, using powerful science to figure out what you want – sometimes before you even know. (more)

Make way for must stream TV
Two-minute YouTube clips were just the start. As television escapes the living room, dozens of companies are gunning to become the networks of tomorrow. (more)

Building a wiki world
Wikipedia has become one of the largest and most collaborative sites on the Internet – but founder Jimmy Wales has yet to make his fortune. He plans to fix that. (more)

Editor-at-large Erick Schonfeld weighs in on the latest ideas in business, technology and creative capitalism (more)
From Dogster to Google, Web companies are finding that mistakes can be shortcuts to success (more)
Why are champagne corks popping in Silicon Valley? Because the tech IPO party is finally back in swing. (more)
We asked 50 of the brightest minds in business how they do what they do – and how you can cash in on their advice in the months ahead. (more)