A photo project that invites visitors to submit a personal photograph with accompanying text (between 300 and 1000 words) to explain the photograph’s significance. The project seeks to highlight the emotions and memories that a special photograph can trigger and allows bloggers to show and tell. URL: 1000words.
“Brainstorming made simple.” Online brainstorming and organizing of ideas based on traditional “word bubbles connected with lines” brainstorm model. URL: bubbl.us.
A form-based software platform, which makes anyone to be able to easily create web software supporting large databases to organize and store a variety of data online, such as accounting, bills, invoices, bookings, orders, address books, contacts, resumes, and so on. URL: Nenest.
A platform for creative people to publish their own work and store and share links and comments on a wide variety of web content. “The pulse of the new generation – news and information from people in the know.” URL: Wis.dm.
Rally together with other citizens to tell the U.S. government to cut carbon emissions by 80% by 2050. April 14th is world climate day. Organize and mobilize to make a difference. URL: Step It Up.
A newly launched chatbot with natural language that searches Amazon, Orbitz (via web service APIs) and news via RSS feeds. On MSN, you can watch YouTube videos and play games. URL: Inside Messenger.
Create an online store and choose your products from 1 million items. Currently just opened for the US after a French user base has used it for 5 months. URL: Zlio.
A few months ago I was asked by Tom Markiewicz, CEO of EvolvePoint, to be on a panel about “Using RSS for Marketing” for the SXSW Interactive Conference coming up March 9-13 and I gladly accepted. Please see my blog post to provide feedback on discussion points. URL: SXSW Interactive Panel.
Helps businesses connect with customers through direct cell phone text messaging. Sign up, build your customer lists, and send text message campaigns instantly. URL: Texticate.
An instant messenger buddy that works across all major IM networks and offers access to a growing number of web applications, as well as productivity tools like notes, reminders, and to do’s. Aims to helps you get things done faster. eHub Interviews Imified URL: Imified.
I added Snap Preview Anywhere (SPA) to eHub back in December. They’re testing an enhancement as you see on eHub today, with the icon next to external links. Read my post and provide feedback. I’m sure some of you will have strong opinions either way. URL: Provide Feedback on Snap Preview Anywhere.
Crunches simple daily input into rich, informative charts and visual summaries that help you better understand your baby. Keep track of daily patterns and share with your family and friends. URL: TrixieTracker.
A pluggable RSS/Atom feed aggregator written in Perl. Everything is implemented as a small plugin so you can mash them up to build a new application to handle RSS/Atom feeds. URL: Plagger.
Display content you gather from all over the web into widget “tabs,” then share those tabs with the world by publishing them to the community. URL: yourminis.
Visitors can upload their music and then embed audio players into blogs. Possible to record voice directly from a microphone. No registration required. URL: Boomp3.
An interactive feed aggregator and manipulator by Yahoo. URL: Pipes.
Pick any artist to build a custom playlist featuring music by your artist and related artists. Share your playlists, browse others selections, including professionally managed playlists. URL: finetune.
A new service for renters and landlords designed to be the Match.com of the rental market. Renters share their housing search and some details about themselves. Landlords can send personalized rental offers for apartments, houses, and condos to renters directly via email, and more. URL: TenantMarket.
AJAX components for PHP, ASP, .NET, Java. URL: Nitobi.
A simple to do list manager to help you get organized. URL: todoist.
An application that caters to individuals who want to meet new people to chat with over IM. Rquires both parties to acknowledge interest, requires no other interaction (messaging, emails, etc.) beyond simply pushing “be my buddy.” Users can tag their profiles, search, and socialize. URL: Buddystumbler.
The “open road meets the info superhighway” in this virtual community for people who have a passion for riding. URL: My Great Rides.
A one-stop collaboration site that allows busy people to arrange get-togethers and discuss and decide what to do without passwords or registering. Find the right place to meet up with family and friends and/or get reviews and suggestions from people you trust. URL: SuggestLocal.
Find, message and meet the people who love hanging out in your favorite real-world places. Currently for London. URL: WeHangHere.
A new personalized stock information site. You can search the latest stock market news and blog articles. Catch the latest market news with the RSS reader and add comments. URL: WallStPoP.
Local businesses can market to college customers by sending announcements to mobile phones using a self-service platform. Anyone from local pizza shops to college professors can use the service to get their message out instantly. URL: LinkedCampus.
Use your web browser to make calls to mobile phones, landlines, PCs around the world. URL: Gizmo Call.
Edit all your online photos from one place online. Edit/crop/resize, and fix underexposed photos, remove red-eye, or apply effects to your photos. Works directly with many photo sharing sites. URL: Picnik.
A meta-search engine that searches multiple engines and presents results in one interface for browsing. URL: Zuula.