Subscription-based photo and video sharing with great workflow. URL: Phanfare.
Over on his blog, web.XpunktNull.de, Klaas Bollhoefer has an eHub-inspired interview series that will interest Web 2.0 users, especially those that speak German. See my blog post URL: German Web 2.0 Interviews.
Automatically synchronize your PCs, mobile phone and the web, to keep all our media and information always up to date and instantly accessible on whatever device you’re using and whether you’re online or not. Windows-only. URL: Sharpcast.
Users create, edit, and play trivia games. URL: Trivionomy.
Secure online accounting of personal expenses and income. Graphical and statistical information, manage the budget of as many projects as you want, work in group and share accounting data with everyone. URL: mo.neytrack.in.
Privately send photos and videos to your friends. For Windows 2000/XP. URL: Shooter.
A tool for presenting Flickr photos. URL: Splashr.
Converts your voicemail messages into text messages and sends them discreetly to your mobile phone or email. The message arrives just as if the caller had texted you, displaying their number so you can call them straight back at the push of a button. URL: SpinVox.
A question and answer search system that will give users the ability to find specific answers to their questions instead of pages upon pages of results. URL: Kozoru.
A simple online tool that handles all makes it easy to compress and uncompress files. You can upload and compress your files, uncompress compressed files on the web and view/download contents, grab files from the web, compress them online and download the compressed archive. URL: Krunch.
Keeps your ideas categorized and organized. Applies the Getting Things Done model to managing your thoughts and projects with “pages, categories and ideas.” URL: Wridea.
Provides hosted web lists, databases, and wikis for groups or small businesses. URL: GroupSharp.
A simple tool that lets you to create an email address accessible only via RSS. It makes mailing lists easy to manage and creates a new opportuntity for social communication. URL: SocialMail.
Social video/music bookmarking service. Search videos from Google, Yahoo, iFilm and YouTube and bookmark them in form of playlist. Search for music and add them to a playlist, which you can play from your favorite music player. URL: uLinkx.
Emily Chang’s eHub is listed in the Top 100 Feeds at Dave Winer’s Share Your OPML, a “commons for sharing outlines, feeds, and taxonomy” (currently #59).
A tool that will help you tag your audio and video files with information about your license and upload Creative Commons-licensed audio and video works to the Internet Archive for free hosting. You also have the option of publishing the licensed and tagged audio works on your own site. URL: CcPublisher.
Online RSS reader with monetization model. URL: FeedShow.
Japanese AJAX start page. The alpha release includes the basic features of a personal computer operating system (document creation and image viewing etc.), but also comes equipped with services such as file storage, file sharing, and instant messaging capabilities. eHub Interviews StartForce URL: StartForce.
A UK musician called Shane Beales (ex of the prestigious Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts) has committed to writing and recording a new song every week during 2006 – a pretty significant challenge! Songs are delivered to subscribers as non-drm’d 192Kbps MP3 using a personalised email link. URL: Project 52.
A social research collaboration tool to connect researchers in diverse fields around the world to share articles, lectures, papers , events. URL: Complore.
A graphical, web-based AJAX start page to aggregate your favorite sites. Launch pending. URL: SurfNinja.
A service that lets team members attach comments to any web page and share them. Selecting a comment highlights the portion of the page that is under discussion. URL: Pearl Comments.
A music social network and recommendation service. URL: MusicHawk.
A search mashup of social bookmarking sites and a new way to search content on the web through tag associations. URL: Tagground.
A free service specifically for mobile phone users of India in Karnataka and Delhi, but is being planned to be launched nationally and internationally soon. Input your usage information and mobile bill and the site help choose the best (and cheapest) service provider for you. URL: YourBillBuddy.
Shows and ranks the popularity of sites and blogs by parsing millions of RSS generated articles. “What Alexa is to traffic, urlfan is to popularity.” As of this post, EmilyChang.com ranks 1601 out of 1,674,043 sites. URL: urlfan.
A free web-based service that allows you to create your own RSS feeds from almost any web page. A simple point-and-click interface guides you through the process of setting up your feed without the need for knowledge of HTML or programming. URL: Ponyfish.
Organise, mix, and filter your podcast feeds and online media. “Like mixtapes for podcasts.” URL: Collectik.
Workout diary and community with integrated Google Maps to let you depict running routes. URL: FunBeat.