A desktop software that notifies you of people and things that interest you as well as a social networking software that provides you with an array of features that securely connect you from your desktop to the community. URL: Hiitch.
A new multimedia-sharing destination where you can share audio and video collections of your memories. Features information aggregation, drag and drop organization, uploaders, privacy controls and publishing to Flickr, YouTube and others. URL: Eachday.
A video product opinion site that uses your video submissions to “expo” showcase. URL: Expo TV.
A thumbnail generator you can use for presentations, documentations, visualizations or for your webpage. URL: thumbalizr.
“On October 15th, bloggers around the web will unite to put a single important issue on everyone’s mind – the environment. Every blogger will post about the environment in their own way and relating to their own topic. Our aim is to get everyone talking towards a better future. Blog Action Day is about mass […]
This research tool from Microsoft combines Live Search with Silverlight to let you click, drag, save, and send your search results in an interactive environment. Search and store web pages, photos, news articles, RSS feeds, and more. Then label them, email them, or post them to your Windows Live Space. In order to use Tafiti, […]
A mashup of bookmarklet and feed aggregator that allows you to create your own bookmarklet with an XML feed. URL: FeedMarklet.
Blogging is really about creating discussion, but the commenting system that comes built into most blogs is still rather basic and rudimentary. Disqus promises a better solution. They introduce an advanced commenting system that can be added to any article or page, as well as a separately hosted forum. Public testing to launch soon. URL: […]
A social networking site designed to provide web users with statistical information on items suggested by its members. In open beta. URL: fooWHO.
An open source CMS based on Microsoft’s ASP.NET that can support any modern browser and allows editing with Microsoft Word. URL: Umbraco.
An iTunes plug-in that monitors your music library and generates a personalized calendar of upcoming concerts in your city. It is available for both Windows and Mac OS X and supports worldwide searches. URL: iConcertCal.
A web-based SSH client. Use it to access your important Linux machines wherever you are. There’s no need to install an SSH client since you can login through a web browser to your server. URL: GotoSSH.
A lifestream blog still in closed private beta, Mambler integrates web services like Flickr and YouTube, instant messaging, SMS and moblogging, and more so that you can be connected no matter where you are and what you are doing. URL: Mambler.
I’m not writing in my usual text editor today. Today, I’m writing in the web’s first real word processor. At least, that is what the team at Virtual Ubiquity has to say about their partially unveiled masterpiece. They’ve also chosen what is quite possibly the perfect name for a supposedly ground breaking and much-hyped word […]
Send web content from your desktop browser to your mobile handset. Allows you to clip frequently used content from the web and save it using a Firefox extension. Using your mobile phone’s built in browser or Joey’s own software, the text, pictures, RSS feeds, or live bookmarks that you clipped are available from your mobile […]
A microblogging service with a focus on SMS messaging, Frengo hopes to lure in the late teen/ early twenties crowd by offering prizes for creating buzz. A buzz is similar to an RSS feed except that you get a text message when there is a new post. Users subscribe to a buzz on a topic […]
Claiming to take off where the rest of the social bookmarking world left off, Jumptags add some unique features to it’s social bookmarking service. Bookmarks can be tagged, annotated, and shared, but bookmarks are just the beginning. Jumptaggers can do the same for notes, RSS feeds, and Skype contacts. Still in beta, you’ll find little […]
A human guided search service that delivers content via a visual platform and adds a communal aspect to its results. URL: auditoriumA.
A feature rich Flash video player you can use to embed into HTML pages to play FLV files, supports progressive downloading and true streaming. URL: FlowPlayer.
A quick and simple spell checker done with Ajax. URL: SpellJax.
A tracking and measurement tool for small businesses to track the effectiveness of their marketing whether it is online or offline, free or paid, calls or clicks. URL: AdSymetrix.
A Pandora – Last.fm mash-up. Use the Pandora music service and each song you listen to gets submitted to your Last.fm profile. URL: PandoraFM.
A free service that helps people form local groups of strangers and friends for events. By default, the site collects as little personal information as possible, and group memberships are private. URL: Group-O-Matic.
Good for students and great for the environment, CafeScribe is a marketplace for e-textbooks and a social network for students. Offers e-texts that are often cheaper than used textbooks. With the downloadable reader, students can take notes, organize texts like mp3s, import their own PDFs, and share notes with other students. Students benefit from what […]
Free web design tool to help you organize a large network of sites into one navigation bar. URL: Network Bar Generator.
An online tool for obtaining information from telephone lines in reverse mode. Enter a phone number and get the caller’s name, address and a map. At present, there are 5 countries available: Argentina, Belgium, France, Italy and the USA. URL: Sullr.
Ever been out on the town and suddenly have a question that needs to be answered immediately? Mosio wants to come to your rescue. Text message the service with a question and you’ll receive four messages in response. Answers come from other users who are surfing Mosio’s website. Questions show up on the site in […]