A web application built from the ground up with David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” methodology (GTD) in mind. Designed to enhance your personal productivity and ease collaboration on projects with clients and co-workers. Launch pending. URL: Propelr.
A Mac software application designed to make images look gorgeous for the web with single-click batch processing for a group of images. URL: Picturesque.
A new way to look for a place to live whether you’re buying, renting, selling or subletting. Buyers use this site to register their searches on a map, while sellers can register their house to see if buyers are interested. Your property details remain private. No hassle, no obligation, and no real estate agents to […]
Publish what you want when you want. No uploads needed, no restrictions on file size, and 100% spyware and adware-free. URL: Izimi.
A web service and tool which lets you to send videos to multiple video platforms at one time. URL: Hey!Spread.
Your online bulletin board. Create as many boards as you like (one for each project) and use Stixy to easily organize and share. URL: Stixy.
Free music widgets and music players that stream the song of your choice from almost any web page that you can edit yourself, such as blogs, social network profiles, photo sharing sites, or home pages. URL:
I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I sat down to test drive Utah-based website Footnote. Imagine a mashup of Flickr + Diigo + a little of Genealogy.com for historical documents and you get some idea of the function. This simplified description doesn’t do justice to what you can actually do […]
Social networking project that is the result of a Google-sponsored capstone project in the Master’s program at Carnegie Mellon University’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute. URL: Socialstream.
As time progresses, Web 2.0 gets less esoteric and more practical with sites that are useful for everyday goals. Today, we’ll look at a few web offerings that can help you with your personal money management: Wesabe, Moneytrackin’, and Expensr. If you’re following the more popular tech sites, you’ve probably already heard of Wesabe (who […]
A social site where users submit people, enter a bio, and users vote on their “popularity.” Currently invite-only. URL: Gleamd.
A service to send messages, files, links, and events to your friends or networks. Currently invite-only. URL: Pownce.
Web hosting that focuses on simplicity. You can manage your website, domain registration, billing details, and get support – all from the same place. URL: Slamdot.
A sports news aggregator that compiles over 1,300 sportsfeeds from around the world organized by sport, source, and team. URL: Sportsnipe.
An online flashcard tool for memorization with social aspects, including the ability to subscribe to other peoples’ flashcard sets. URL: Rememberize.
Hundreds of web developers, designers, and ordinary geeks gathered this weekend to build usable applications for the iPhone. The barcamp.org event was hosted at Adobe Town Hall and featured dozens of sponsors. The hack-a-thon began on Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. and culminated Sunday at 2:00 p.m., when each team had a chance to present […]
eHub is proud to announce the first phase of eHub v2 with the launch of our new eHub Editors, including (in alpha order): Cesar H Castro Jr, Veronique Christensen, Bryan Collick, J.T Dabaggian, Iqbal Gandham, Lars Koudal, Kim Lau, Chris Lerch, Andrew Mager, Jibran Masud, James Mellor, Matthew Murphy, Thomas Scovell, Nick Senzee, LaSean Smith, […]
A service that lets you send email later for reminders, getting things done (GTD), friends’ birthdays, and other occasions. URL: l8r.
Recipe swap and social network for food. URL: BakeSpace.
A community based poll, quiz, and survey site where users can create and share various pieces of survey or test related content. URL: Quibblo.
A daily update on life hack and productivity for geeks. URL: HackPress.
An online community of individuals, groups and local businesses dedicated to environmental change. The site offers a comprehensive tool set for managing carbon and energy consumption, including advanced social networking capabilities for tracking and sharing experiences in real time. eHub Interviews MakeMeSustainable URL: MakeMeSustainable.
A unique online meeting planning service. The system actively negotiates with each attendee to find the time that best suits all attendees. URL: ikordo.
A search engine for science videos. URL: ScienceHack.
An online lending community where people borrow and lend money among each other, bypass the banks, and get better rates. eHub Interviews Lending Club URL: Lending Club.
A volunteer, non-profit website devoted to preserving the environment and culture of the North Shore, O’ahu, and raising awareness about the proposed hotel expansion plans. (Disclosure: This is a personal project of mine and I urge you to please sign the supporters list.) URL: Save the North Shore.
A versatile web-based mind mapping tool with the capabilities of desktop mind mapping software in a web browser. URL: Mindomo.
A social network for travelers to upload photos, participate in forums, maintain blogs and offer advice to others. URL: Travellerspoint.
A new local search site that captures and organizes local knowledge (user-posted questions, answers and reviews of local businesses and educational groups). Currently for the San Francisco Bay Area with plans to expand to other locations. URL: Neighbor.