9rules launches it's sixth version: Ali2
The 9rules network which started as nothing more but a place to find great content on the web has evolved a lot during the past few years. When they announced their last version, called Ali, back in February, they stepped into the social scene, and during 2007 the site became one of the best places to commune with people on any given subject.
The newest version, codenamed Ali2, is nothing more than a stronger affirmation that 9rules is a social website, as it introduces a lot new features like sub-communities called Cliques for people with specific interests like World of Warcraft, and a new Digg-like system called “Clips”, where users can vote on the favorite articles that their friends submitted (you can’t vote for any article, only the ones that your contacts posted).
Add a few more features like custom header-backgrounds, Last.fm/del.icio.us/flickr/Twitter integration in your user profile and you can pretty much use 9rules as a hub for some of the most popular web services currently available, and interact with a pleasant community (by today’s standards at least).