A new service that takes your existing site design and integrates modules like blogs, community, static pages, video and more. URL: Built Smarter.
Brings together the “best of” news, blogs, photos, gear and much more on people’s favorite subjects using a combination of algorithms and community input. URL: Boxxet.
Create and download cool content for your iPod. Publishes multimedia iPod content by combining “your video, audio, pictures and text into a single piece of iPod content that anyone can download.” The free account comes with 50 MB of storage. URL: Mogopop.
A musician’s resource database, available in English and French users, and soon German, Spanish and Italian users. URL: Wikizic.
Tracks the top videos from the major video websites and ranks the top 100 videos for the day. Aims to be the Billboard 100 for online video. URL: Vidmeter.
A new way to plan parties. (Originally posted to eHub on Jan 2, 07) URL: MyPunchbowl.
Create, explore, and share data visualizations. URL: Swivel.
Online video converter. Upload nearly any type of video file to the dashboard and convert it to numerous formats. URL: Hey!Watch.
A new matching service for entrepreneurs and startups (eg. you need funding, getting those first few customers locked in, developing a sales and marketing strategy, or are looking to find an interim executive) and for advisors looking for new business opportunities. URL: Advisor Garage.
A design feed aggregator. “We hand-pick the most interesting design related RSS feeds and present them in an easy-to-browse format. This means you can get all the latest design news in one place. Every post aggregated is also searchable by keyword.” Content from my main blog, EmilyChang.com is included already and listed on the feeds […]
A new French social network from Quebec (Canada). You can blog, create photo galleries, add video, have contacts (friends, colleagues, family) and much more. The site is currently in open beta. URL: EspaceCanoe.
Matches individuals who are currently locked into a cell phone contract, with those who want a short-term contract (as low as 1 month), a free phone and no activation fees. (Originally posted to eHub on May 8, 2006) URL: CellSwapper.
Intelligent homework management system for students. URL: Gradefix.
A community of people who make art, crafts and handmade products, combining a social network, gallery and store. URL: lov.li.
Sorting good torrents from bad. Ratings and community submissions. URL: Torrop.
Create and share online newsletters. URL: LetterPop.
A free and hosted web publishing service that includes a blog, image gallery, event calendar, RSS feeds, visitor tracking, CSS control, PayPal ready store, and more. URL: Terapad.
Social movie and music review site. URL: Overrated Underrated.
Social network for geeks. Talk binary, keep up with your friends, express yourself through math, and more. URL: Shuzak.
Find and list parking spots that you’re looking for or have available. If you have a space to rent, list the times you’re not using it and your asking price. If you’re looking for a spot, check listings to find out what’s available by neighborhood or price range. Search for airport parking lots and garages […]
A Web 2.0 contact manager. Upload all your business and personal contacts from Outlook or ACT or Excel and keep track of everything in one place. URL: Big Contacts.
A social networking/bookmarking widget tool that generates those social networking badges for you with one line of code. URL: Badged.
Web based task and time management for small businesses that need to get organized and learn where all of their hours are going. Designed and developed by small business for small business. URL: Intervals.
Enables instant photo publishing to any website, from any cellphone. It’s a free service, and doesn’t require any special software. All you need is a cellphone with photo and text messaging capabilities. URL: Cellblock.
Music social network developed to help people find music based on trusted opinions. Now in beta, launch version coming in late January. URL: Haystack.
Lets you connect with and loan money to unique small businesses in the developing world. You can “sponsor a business” and microfinance a loan directly to an individual. URL: Kiva.
Play free online games and upload your own games. URL: Kongregate.
A community of users that give and receive advice on nearly every topic. URL: FunAdvice.
A multi-author blog about Web 2.0, social networking and the latest internet trends. URL: Profy.
A Skype-based robot which provides alerts for your favorite feeds. URL: Anothr.