An easy yet powerful way for organizations to automate web testing using a suite of visual software products to save time, reduce complexity and increase productivity. URL: SOASTA.
An entertaining remix of news and style aggregation, public taste battles and (a)social networking. “It’s all about your opinion.” URL: hypediss.
A web platform for you to upload a photo of your smile and find out what people really think of you. URL: Smikioo.
A Danish company that offers a free online phone data backup service. Allows user to store, manage, share and access mobile data online so you “never lose contacts again.” URL: ZYB.
“The Indie Food Channel.” A multi-plaform food network that brings cooking shows, recipe demonstrations by top chefs, chocolate and wine tastings, product and restaurant reviews, cooking classes, dinner parties, and short films & documentaries from around the U.S., Canada, and the world. eHub Interviews TasteTV URL: TasteTV.
Allows collectors to upload images and information about their collections and to network with other collectors. eHub Interviews Squirl URL: Squirl.
A new social networking website for the Italian university world. URL: Unilife.it.
Much like Savory NY, Savory San Francisco is a wiki-based online restaurant guide featuring in-depth listing information, hand-aggregated critical reviews and short video profiles for notable Bay Area restaurants. URL: Savory San Francisco.
Employees and workers can easily place PC-to-PC calls without the burden of special VoIP phones or the expense of traditional phone call charges by using Gizmo Project software for Windows, Mac and Linux. URL: Gizmo Project for Business.
Lets you to easily post and publish a schedule of events to the web. Each schedule listing displays events and facilitates interaction between you and your readers. URL: Annologger.
A very simple committee management tool for non-profits and small groups. Free up to 25 users. URL: GroupLoop.
Record video from your webcam, get the code, and post it to your own site, blog, or web space. URL: Flixn.
A social book review community where you can add books to be reviewed, post your own reviews, and rate reviews by others. URL: Book Revyoo.
An online craft gallery and community “dedicated to helping craft enthusiasts from around the world connect, showcase their work, share their passion, learn from each other and have heaps of fun.” URL: DesignsToLove.
A new talk radio technology that allows bloggers/podcasters to broadcast live streaming radio shows, while accepting telephone calls from listeners and hosting show guests. URL: BlogTalkRadio.
A daily chart of the most talked about online videos on YouTube, MySpace and Google Video. URL: ViralVideoChart.
A website for medical educators to share and build educational presentations, curricula & resources. Upcoming release will permit any group, not-for profit orginzation, business or team to create a private-labeled version of FMDRL for themselves. URL: FMDRL.
A site which allows the community to report vehicles parked in bike lanes around the US (Canada being added soon). Users submit photos, location, and license plate information. The site maps common problem areas and maintains a top offenders list. URL: MyBikeLane.
Web-based timekeeping and invoicing for independent professionals. User sets up client and projects with billing rates. Time is then entered against for these items. Invoicing function sends out PDF formatted invoices as e-mail attachments. URL: Time59.
A new way for people to exchange information using their mobile phone. “Will allow users to maintain contact information, have a digital business card, and never worry about losing touch with the people they meet.” Launch pending. URL: Txtms.
An online calendar that helps students, families, and small groups manage and share schedules and calendars. URL: Jotlet Online Calendar.
A web service that helps you complete your voice-over recording, music production and language translation projects online. URL: Voices.
Simple mobile task manager. Designed for mobile browsers, motask enables users to easily take their to-do lists with them everywhere. Launching Sept 13. URL: Motask.
A simple site that aggregates both French and English feeds about Web 2.0. URL: Webtooz.
A new social bookmarking site focused on sports and games. You can add links, vote on other peoples links, start comment threads on posts, vote on weekly polls, read weekly features, get RSS feeds, search the site and add to the community. URL: SportsLister.
“A high-performance thought processor that enables you to navigate, view, and link to documents in sophisticated ways. It’s the brainchild of Doug Engelbart, the inventor of hypertext and the mouse, and is the first step towards his larger vision for an Open Hyperdocument System.” URL: HyperScope.
An open source software platform designed to allow people to easily connect and share resources. “Allows you to create a social network and host it on your own infrastructure, modifying the features to fit your specific needs.” URL: Elgg.
An online community for Canadian university and college students. Buy, sell and trade used textbooks, create profiles and meet new people, post and browse classifieds, promote and find events, find affordable housing, and more. URL: CampusCentral.
“The shareware model applied to music. Listen to 493 complete MP3 albums from musicians we work with (not 30 second snippets). If you like what you hear, download an album for as little as $5 (you pick the price), or buy a real CD, or license our music for commercial use. And no copy protection [...]
A community for exchanging used books. Lets you give away books you no longer need in exchange for books you really want. URL: BookMooch.