A beautiful bilingual webjam by an Argentinean designer.
The man nick-named after a chicken: Chickerino's profile page is worth checking out - on it he has integrated his other web2.0 profiles. Also worth perusing are his other webjams: chickerino.com and his RSS feeds on web2.0.
The Japanese TV series Sasuke, or Ninja Warrior as it’s known in the US, attracts fans from around the world. The skilled competitors in the TV show are ordinary men taking on the ultimate obstacle course.
The newest fansite resides here: Susuke Fans
Flickr MiniMeet held an event in February where a bunch of keen photographers headed to the London Transport Museum. See all their photos and the winning five that were voted by Webjam users to appear on the London Transport Museum's website.
A webjam where you can read and contribute to the debate on issues raised by CPS' publications and events.
A marketplace of things to do, moms to meet, genius tidbits, and questions and answers for the mothers of Bellingham, USA.
Waterloo Action Centre has created a webjam for their commmunity-run building in Waterloo. The site provides local residents with information about what the WAC does and an opportunity to get involved.
A fan site dedicated to the Olsen twins. Includes bios and photos of these two actresses plus a where-are-they-now page for the Full House cast.
Deviously London describe themselves as a group aimed at artists, photographers, film makers, bands and alternative sports. We love their webjam, especially their header!
A lovely blog of recipes & photos of the delicious looking finished products - Olala is a gorgeous webjam. In French
A webjam created to bring people together to discuss and help develop and share ideas about music education.