The lightweight, cross-browser, rapid-development methodology for Ajax-style web 2.0 development that puts a Flash engine under the hood (not in the presentation layer) to handle realtime XML/HTML content updating. URL: Fjax.
A new paradigm for a forum using folksonomy and blogs. URL: Blogoforum.
A website for trading music, movies, games and books. URL: flipadisc.
Personal to do lists to help organize your work, school, life. Print, email, subscribe via RSS, and view lists on your mobile phone. URL: iPrioritize.
Formerly known as Pixoh. Online photo editing. (Originally added to eHub on March 6, 2006) URL: Snipshot.
A project aimed squarely at creating and providing free geographic data like street maps to anyone who wants them. The project was started because most maps actually have legal or technical restrictions on their use, holding back people from using them in creative, productive or unexpected ways. URL: OpenStreetMap.
Free “click-and-type websites” you can share with like-minded people. URL: WetPaint.
Web 2.0 systems management. A straightforward, open-source answer for your monitoring, analyzing, reporting and predicting needs. Monitor and maintain your systems wherever you are and whenever you want with a web browser and an internet connection. URL: FiveRuns.
Photo and video sharing site. URL: Pickle.
Share your musical tastes, find others like you, express your thoughts on music and everything else with full blogging. URL: Mog.
enables people to use voice to create online podcasts, talk shows, discussion groups, conferences, etc. called Talkcasts. Also hosts revenue-share and earn money based upon listenership. URL: TalkShoe.
A web2.0-inspired front end to a large and diverse collection of 62,000 object records (everything from steam engines to ceramics, robot dogs to ancient artefacts) using in-house technology that makes object recommendations. Visitors can also tag collection objects for themselves and other users. This folksonomy is being tested to learn how the general public and […]
Free SMS price comparison tool. Compare prices on Amazon and eBay while you’re out shopping via text messaging. URL: mobsaver.
A site for voice recording professionals. Order professional voiceclips or buy pre-recorded voiceclip packs in any language. Launch pending. URL: Audiobird.
A new Italian real estate web application. It’s in early stage of development and features Google maps, Google Earth support, RSS feeds, and YouTube and Google video integration. URL: Maiom.
A free web service that provides you with a space to store and share your photos, videos, audios and blog in just a few clicks. URL: Blogr.
Make your very own “3D space” online using a simple select, drag and drop process. URL: Gogofrog.
A carpool match engine for Canada and the USA. URL: Nirbi.
An online community that’s driven by polls. Any member can create, modify and participate in a poll. Aggregates public perception and opinions allowing everyone to benefit from information sharing. URL: Tezaa.
A social search site for live music that launched today. Track your favorite bands (via email/RSS/iCal), get reminders before concerts, find tonight’s shows in your city, import favorites bands from iTunes & Last.fm, post reviews and photos of shows. URL: Tourb.us.
Personalized news reader. Automatically discovers relevant and hot topics for each user from the news or the blogosphere. Each time after you read or tag any posts, articles dealing with related topics will be shown with real-time recommendations. URL: Diggol.
A new job search engine that just launched. It has over 110,000 jobs available throughout Canada. URL: Wow!Jobs.
Bookmark websites, files and notes side-by-side from your browser, email, or mobile phone to organize your data and share it with others. The source code is Creative Commons to encourage collaboration. URL: MarkaBoo.
Today, Emily Chang’s eHub Interviews went live as a channel at the Japanese version of News.com. See Emily’s blog post.
Last month I had the pleasure of hearing from Kaori Omoto, an editor at CNET Networks Japan. Today, eHub Interviews went live as a channel at the Japanese version of News.com. See my blog post. URL: eHub Interviews channel at CNET Japan.
An open database where makers can register their work for free and create labels for their products. Crafters, artists, designers, producers, and other makers can use it to identify their products and document their work. URL: Thinglink.
A personal online financial application which is completely web-based, and offers users a way manage to their money, track their bills, create budgets, etc.. from one central website. Launching this summer. URL: OneStatement.
A simple ticket tracking service that allows organizations to manage customer requests and review customer satisfaction ratings. URL: Mojo Helpdesk.
Personal price comparison site for products. URL: Dealtagger.
Allows users to manage and blast out email newsletters to subscribers and provide realtime reporting. Simple and easy UI with a mix of Flash and AJAX. URL: Primo Mailer.