Create a 360 degree animated view of objects and places using your own uploaded photos. URL: PictureCloud.
Social exercise and workout site where you can maintain a daily log of activities, view performance, share and collaborate with groups, and more. Launch pending. URL: IntroPlay.
Allows you to schedule RSS post-delivery via email. You can receive updates every 15 minutes in auto mode, or schedule your delivery based on multiple schedules. You also have the “read” status of your posts tracked and synched across multiple machines, feed readers, and email. URL: Feedlink.
Local online coupons. Advertisers can create online coupons or upload existing coupons for syndication. Shoppers can enter zip code and get a local directory of coupons, as well as print/redeem, rate, write reviews, and receive updates by RSS or email. URL: Zixxo.
Secure method of sending and receiving large files from your clients via the internet. Version 1.0.1 just released with over a dozen new features, including drag and drop uploading, delivery notification, real-time mp3 encoding, audio player, and more. Originally posted to eHub on Dec 12, 2005. URL: TotoExpress.
Microsoft’s new beta academic search service is designed to help students, researchers and university faculty conduct research across a spectrum of academic journals. Announced today and should be live in seven countries as of 9 PM PST. URL: Windows Live Academic Search.
Easy to use, wiki based application that allows families to come together online. URL: JotSpot Family Site.
A metasearch interface that queries Google, Yahoo!, and MSN simultaneously to deliver results that are more comprehensive and more relevant than results from a single engine. eHub Interviews Huckabuck URL: Huckabuck.
A one click Amazon price checker, browser bookmarklet and price comparison widget. URL: Priceheat.
A web package designed just for teachers, giving you a personal website and tools you actually need without requiring an IT degree to use them. URL: Chalksite.
A community driven clearing house for the best in web video. URL: VideoSift.
Free online gradebook, attendnace, and calendar for teachers. Automatically posts grades online in real-time for students and parents to see. URL: Engrade.
Blog covering all aspects of Ruby on Rails. URL: Ruby on Rails blog.
Online audio player that lets you create a playlist of your favorite podcasts and audio tracks, then listen to them through a browser from any computer. URL: Portable Playlist.
A sports wiki that uses a non-hierarchical publishing scheme (think Digg) to decide which news and opinion articles get filtered to the top. URL: ArmchairGM.
Service that enables bloggers and webmasters to include styled syndication feeds into their webpages without any programming knowledge. URL: Feedo Style.
A Dutch social bookmarking site which uses the Scuttle open source platform. URL: Linklog.nl.
An experimental navigation tool built to explore the space of related Flickr tags. URL: Tagnautica.
Podcast search and tools, including a one-click chiclet for publishers and subscribers. URL: PodNova.
Access Winamp over the network using a web browser and stream music to and from. URL: AjaxAMP.
Ajax Impact is an information portal for Ajax developers. URL: Ajax Impact.
German photo sharing, video sharing, geotag, tagging, secure storage, community and blog. URL: Sevenload.
A collaborative, online community dedicated to field recording and phonography. In the “Book” section of the site, you can plan a sonic journey through various locations recorded around the world. URL: SoundTransit.
Functions as a classroom organizer, where teachers can post information (calendar, links, files, pictures, assignments, quizzes, Q&A and messages) direct to students or parents who login with a username and a password. Teachers and schools can also create and manage a school homepage (calendar, links, files & pictures, as well as create-a-page). URL: Schoopy.
Social network advertising for buying and selling ad space on profiles across multiple social networks. Launching April 20. URL: BuyMyProfile.
Visit Oyogi, originally added to eHub on Jan 13, 06. Thanks to Oyogi for this email interview posted March 17, 2006. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Oyogi: Oyogi helps people get answers to questions by interacting with experts (aka ‘yogis’). We do this by providing a way for people to: 1) Post specialties […]
Visit Squidoo, originally added to eHub on Sep 29, 05. Thanks to Seth Godin, Head Squidoo for this email interview posted March 14, 2006. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Squidoo: Squidoo is a platform that lets anyone build one or more “lenses”, single pages about a given topic. These lenses contain links, bullet […]
Visit Stylehive, originally added to eHub on Mar 09, 06. Stylehive.com launched on Wednesday night, March 8, 2006. Thanks to Michael Carrier, CEO of the Stylehive for this email interview posted March 9, 2006. eHub: What is your web application/service about? Stylehive: Our tag line is “Social bookmarking for the product and shopping obsessed” but […]
Visit PXN8, originally added to eHub on Jan 17, 06. eHub Interviews PXN8 Thanks to Walter Higgins, creator of PXN8 for this email interview posted March 3, 2006. eHub: What is your web application/service about? PXN8: PXN8 is an online photo editor which can be licensed and customized for use on web servers. It supports […]
Thanks to Catherine (cat) Morley, creator of Designers Who Blog, for featuring EmilyChang.com and eHub! Read Cat’s entry about eHub here.