Today, I’m debuting a new list called the Social Media Top 10 — one man’s admittedly very subjective snapshot of the most interesting goings-on in social media.

Each week I’ll list the top 10 names, websites, memes, events, etc. from the world of social media that are capturing my attention.

I don’t expect my top 10 will necessarily be anywhere close to yours, but isn’t that part of the fun? Why not create your own Social Media Top 10 list — who and what have you been watching in the social media space during the past week?

Leave your list in the comments section or post it on your own blog. If you do the latter, please use the SMT10 Technorati tag, so that the posts will be easy to track and compile by everyone.

Social Media Top 10
Friday, August 17, 2007

  1. Twitter
    I challenge you to find me a social media event where Twitter isn’t a topic of conversation.
  2. iJustine – iPhone bill video
    Here’s what you do when AT&T sends you a 300-page bill.
  3. PodCamp Pittsburgh 2
    Justin Kownacki & Co. are ready to go.
  4. MobaTalk beta launch
    Michael Bailey has put plenty of blood, sweat, and tears into this project. Can’t wait to see the results.
  5. Perth to host first PodCamp Australia
    The WA capital city will host the event in October.
  6. 31 Days to Building a Better Blog – 2007
    Daily tips throughout August from ProBlogger Darren Rowse and his readers
  7. Voxci
    A new audio social-bookmarking site from Jack Hodgson and Michael Clark.
  8. David.Finch
    Thought-provoking blogging on “media, productivity, technology, and …”
  9. Joe Jaffe’s sponsored iPhones and laptop
    Whether you like his idea or not, there’s no denying that Joseph Jaffe has people talking.
  10. Full-vs.-partial RSS feed debate
    I agree with Neville Hobson: full feeds are the no-brainer choice.

And if you can help me turn the Social Media Top 10 into a widget, drop me a line. 2007 is The Year of the Widget, after all, so it’s time I jump on board.

Look for my second installment of the Social Media Top 10 next Friday.

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