Through the act of submission we create organization in order to work together toward the common good, thus achieving more than is possible as individuals. It is an unavoidable consequence that this same act of submission simultaneously creates hierarchy, authority, power, and politics, that will forever be linked to traditional bureaucracy. Thus, government bureaucracy is inherently flawed. Communications technology, more than simply a mirror, has affected sociopolitical organization throughout history. The Internet as actor will assert itself, reshaping the sociopolitical landscape. Collaborative Internet utilities functioning much the same as traditional government bureaucracy, sans power, are the first wave, already taking shape in the Webeaucracy. Existing collaborative Internet utilities are explored to elucidate form, taxonomy, and possible futures. An online collaboration utility is presented as a practical exercise: http://yadabyte.org. Finally, strategy points toward the implementation of government sponsored collaborative Internet utilities are presented.