I was psleaed to see that Flickr (and other image sharing sites) emerged as the winner. Having scanned historical photographs, I know there is great public interest in photographs that archives store and preserve.A little surprised that wikis surpassed blogs.Very surprised that audio and video podcasting only received 5 votes. I suspect this is because much is made about consuming podcasts (iTunes, for example), but less is know about producing podcasts. Podcasts are very intimate. It is you, the listener, and the podcast creator. That's it. Great connections between the archives and researchers or the community could be developed.Like Eva G, I am glad Second Life ranked last. However, I do not want to dismiss virtual reality just yet. There is indeed something there to be explored the technology is simply not mature enough.