A new job search engine that just launched. It has over 110,000 jobs available throughout Canada. URL: Wow!Jobs.
Bookmark websites, files and notes side-by-side from your browser, email, or mobile phone to organize your data and share it with others. The source code is Creative Commons to encourage collaboration. URL: MarkaBoo.
An open database where makers can register their work for free and create labels for their products. Crafters, artists, designers, producers, and other makers can use it to identify their products and document their work. URL: Thinglink.
A personal online financial application which is completely web-based, and offers users a way manage to their money, track their bills, create budgets, etc.. from one central website. Launching this summer. URL: OneStatement.
A simple ticket tracking service that allows organizations to manage customer requests and review customer satisfaction ratings. URL: Mojo Helpdesk.
Personal price comparison site for products. URL: Dealtagger.
An open-source systems management application built with Ruby on Rails. Currently in private beta and launching this summer. URL: FiveRuns.
An online auctioning sevice allowing college students to trade, sell, or buy textbooks and any other items. Launching in September. URL: ACollegeTrade.
A free, open source Ruby on Rails weblog application with support for tagging, archiving and quick-search, and a simple admin section with authentication. URL: SimpleLog.
Online identity management. Allows you to aggregate all of your personal online content (blogs, photos, social networking profiles, news articles, etc) onto one page, and then appear at the top of all major search engines when someone searches for your name. Utilizes paid search engine API’s and includes AJAX enabled profile pages. URL: Naymz.
Social bookmarking of images, audios, videos, documents, and software, with a focus on channeling different bookmarked file types into searchable modules for distribution to blogs, social networks, My Yahoo!, Google personalized home, and mobile phones in a form of audio player, slide show, and video player. URL: PixPix.net.
Grabs football/soccer news from various RSS sources, groups the related one, tags them and provides a day summary as a cloud. Integration with Flickr and YouTube as well. URL: Zero-Zero.info.
A new social network dedicated to the street culture family. Launch pending. URL: Woolygans.
A free mobile web-browsing service that utilizes RSS. New mobile software (synchronizes with your online reader), bookmark articles to your del.icio.us account from your mobile, view secure feeds, email articles to friends, and more. URL: LiteFeeds.
A peer-to-peer distribution solution for the private transport of digital media (up to 1 GB in size) using existing e-mail addresses. URL: Pando.
A full featured hosted web application for managing projects and communications. Organize your information, manage projects, centralize team communication, share documents and files, collaborate with clients and remote teams, build an intranet or knowledgebase, plan events, share information for sales and support, coordinate group research, and more. URL: TeamWork Live.
Discover and share your “best in the world” recommendations. URL: Best Stuff in the World.
A free vector graphic drawing tool built to create transportable symbols called Mikons – my icons. Design from scratch or remix graphics from the Mikons library to build a personal set. eHub Interviews Mikons URL: Mikons.
Local search engine in Canada. URL: Canocal.
Mobile social network in Spain (growing to other countries soon). Users can go to any club or bar and see who’s near, use alerts on their friends or other interesting people on the network, send messages by SMS or WAP. URL: Festuc.
Generate online and mobile media channels by aggregating any content feed available on the web. Thanks to Andres Restrepo for adding my feeds as channels. See my channels at Hubdog: EmilyChang.com blog, eHub channel, EmilyChang.com news. URL: Hubdog.
A feed player or aggregator tuner, a web radio and soon a television, that can play RSS feeds or XSPF files (playlist feeds). URL: MirPod.
A leading open source portal software (GPL) used to create websites, intranets, extranets, project and community portals anyone can use. URL: Metadot.
A social networking site for international students around the world. Do anything from sharing your study experiences to selling the bicycle you bought in France. (Tellus is latin for world.) URL: MiniTellus.
Shows the pattern of night and day on a Google map, for any area of the Earth, for any date and time. It also allows you to select up to ten locations on the map; in addition to seeing at a glance whether it’s daytime there, you can show their local time, sunrise and and […]
Hosted e-commerce solution for online stores. Easy setup of your store, with the ability to add tags, group items, upload images, use integrated payments, track orders, full reporting, and RSS feeds for recent orders or to manage sales. (Originally added to eHub on April 23, 06) eHub Interviews Shopify and jaded Pixel URL: Shopify.
A worldwide vacation rentals site that uses google maps and has RSS feeds. Redesign and new features coming soon. URL: Rent Me a Vacation.
The little browser that goes on any web page (like picture-in-picture for the web). Add it to personal home pages like Google, Live.com, Netvibes, or to any regular Web site/blog. Use it to display content from websites, RSS feeds, podcasts, OPML files, or your favorite web service. URL: Bitty Browser.
A web-based test case management application that allows you to track your software testing activities and colloborate with your team on testing. Free and paid plans. URL: Tesly.
A directory of user-managed content and services. Anyone can easily create, share and rate any feed, plug-in and tabs. URL: Netvibes ecosystem.