Here’s a good example of a useful “Web 2.0” startup: StreetAdvisor, which has just opened it’s doors to the public, allows users to rate and review various aspects of their street, such as mobile reception and Internet access. Users can also upload pictures / videos of their street, and view satellite photographs of the area courtesy of Google Maps.
Sites like this have the potential to greatly diminish the information asymmetry involved in tasks such as trying to find a new area to live in, decreasing the reliance on an estate agent to provide all the facts you want to know. So what are you waiting for? Sign up and review your street now!

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