Recommend sites and services to other users. URL: Recommend It.
Canadian job search engine. The first job search to bypass traditional job boards and let people search employers’ websites directly. URL: Eluta.
An ad-hoc geek and non-profit gathering taking place at a lovely vineyard in California’s Calaveras County over the weekend of May 26-28th. Registration is now open. Organized by the uberteam, Chris Messina and Tara Hunt. URL: WineCamp.
A group-organization tool that allows like-minded people to get together online for friendship, learning, activism and then meet face to face locally wherever they may be. URL: CityCita.
Blog search engine. Discover high-quality, relevant, and timely blog posts that match what you’re looking for. URL: Sphere.
Broadcast online video site/channel from your PC in minutes. eHub Interviews PixPO URL: PiXPO.
Allows users to build, customize and deploy business applications in a browser with simple drag-and-drop. URL: Nsite.
A free service that helps you organize and keep track of the things you want. URL: Wishlistr.
A massively multiplayer, real time internet application that connects people around the world to interact in a shared global mosaic. Visitors can use their standard internet browser (no plugin or download required) to participate and influence an unpredictable and ever-changing live playground. http://www.thebroth.com/ehub URL: TheBroth.
Online marketplace for apartment rentals, connecting renters and owners of all types of properties. URL: MyNewPlace.
A “living source of collective wisdom.” Ask and explore open-ended topics with the rest of the world. Anyone can post a topic or open-ended question and anyone can add new responses to questions and topics. Those answers can be voted on by everyone else. URL: Grupthink.
A collaborative production game. Players build characters by completing tasks for their groups and increasing their score. Goals include meeting new people, exploring the city, and participating in non-consumer leisure activities. URL: SFO.
Personalized news site which learns from user behavior. A New Look at Personalized News by Mike Arrington at TechCrunch. URL: Spotback.
A free application to easily coordinate family, friends and groups without relying on traditional email and calendar tools. URL: Grouptivity.
A new service for aspiring photographers featuring unlimited secure storage for your online galleries, high quality images with six sizes, gallery pages, organizational tools, no minimum prints to buy and no annoying ads. URL: Zenfolio.
The first personal web analytics service that lets sales professionals instantly qualify sales prospects by tracking individual visits to corporate web sites, without any programming or IT involvement. URL: SalesGenius.
A “forum community” where people can post and tag their topics, browse other people’s topics and reply. URL: SayOutLoud.
Share your product experience reviews with people like you. Mostly focused on beauty products. URL: themintpages.
Expense tracking across multiple bank accounts and expense sources to give the user a clear view of their financial situation. URL: Foonance.
A highly simplified version of eBay which attempts to meet the needs of users that feel that eBay has become increasingly over-featured. The site returns results from eBay, but only auctions ending in the next 24 hours. URL: Like It’s 1999.
Collection of links to Google related tools. URL: The Big Google Search Tools Collection.
Mobile bookmarking, group messaging, personal keywords. URL: Mozes.
Networking and discussion tools for professional travelers, photographers, media workers and more. URL: Lightstalkers.
Combination of blogging and homepage building service. Users choose between layouts and has the ability to modularize content elements (post, image, video, photo) with different styles. Other features included protected pages, RSS feeds, magnets (little design elements) or posting by email. URL: Magnoto.
New series available. T-shirts created by and for communities of illustrators, designers, music fans, art lovers and free-thinkers alike. Originally posted in eHub on January 6, 2006. URL: Ten Bills.
Save your bookmarks, text clippings, images, files, and news feeds in one place. Tag and find what you’ve saved. Access your stuff from any computer anywhere. URL: Zurpy.
An installable, powerful, collaborative text editor, originally designed for coding together, but its collaboration features have also proven to be quite useful for teaching, note-taking (e.g. at conferences) and co-writing text. For OSX only. URL: SubEthaEdit.
A website for sending, signing, tracking and storing documents on the internet. Your signed documents are secure, unalterable, and no one sees them unless you want them to. URL: EchoSign.
Organize two or more computers with an Internet connection into their own virtual network for direct secure communication. Fast, secure, simple and free. URL: Hamachi.
Web-based event calendars for organizations. Event actions to drive attendance, email publishing, supports RSS and iCal feeds as well as the ability to subscribe to email updates. URL: Trumba.