Archives for “Blogging”

OpenTeams offers an interesting service that wants to reinvent the wiki. It's designed to strengthen team collaboration and innovation while working on group projects, or ...


Looking for a writeboard on steroids? Coventi is that candidate. Coventi is a writing application for the web that offers a wide variety of the ...


Everyone at some point in their life has an opportunity to have a space they can call their own; whether it's a bedroom, home office, ...


Looking for an easy way to boost your productivity? Then turn on your instant messenger and head on over to IMified, a new service that ...


Glue is a new service by Squad that lets users publish and share content on the web using a mobile device or web browser. It ...


Finally, Part 3 of the “Back to School with the Class of Web 2.0” series is here. During the last few weeks I have researched ...


This is part two of the "Back to School with the Class of Web 2.0" series. In this article, I will cover web-based alternatives to ...


Popurls has quickly grown to be one of my favorite websites helping me keep track what's buzzing around the web. It's a simple site that ...


Crazy Egg, the highly anticipated click tracking service from ACS, launched today. With Crazy Egg, users install a code on their website to track every ...


Crowdstorm, currently in private beta, is a social shopping site that uses buzz to determine the popularity of a product. The goal of Crowdstorm is ...


Diigo, known for its social annotation, finally went public yesterday. The service aims to turn the web writable allowing users to privately or publicly annotate ...


Commentful, launched just yesterday and adding competition for coComment and co.mments, is a tool that allows its users to keep track of discussion on blogs ...


Webride is a great new service that I've been enjoying lately that brings discussion to any website on the web. It is a solution to ...


One of the worst things that can happen to a blogger is to wake up one day not only to find that their blog has ...


BlogBurst, a content syndication service that provides blogs with exposure on major online publisher sites, has recently launched. I personally love what BlogBurst is doing, ...


Dave Winer has unleashed a new project called, Share Your OPML, that makes commons for sharing OPML outlines, feeds, and taxonomy. This is something that ...


Chalksite is a new web applications for teachers, students, and parents that I am actually very happy to have come across. It is a services ...


Google Labs recently unveiled their latest project, Google Related Links, enabling any website owner to include related links of websites, news, and search terms to ...


Have you ever listened to a podcast and wish that you were given a visual of whats being described or maybe receive a link to ...


Performancing has been on a roll lately. First, a blogging tool for Firefox and now, Performancing Metrics has been launched, a service for tracking blog ...


Lately, I have been playing with a new service that actually allows anyone to upload video, mix videos together with audio, and then share them ...


Edgeio, the much anticipated classifieds service, is now open to the public, and is a brilliant idea. I got a look at Edgeio a while ...


Sproutit has recently launched its new service, Mailroom. Mailroom is an email management solution built specifically for small businesses, but can work just as well ...


(Update: Look at the end of the review for a Greasemonkey script for coComment) (Update: View the follow-up post for a new Greasemonkey script.) Tracking comments that ...


Blogbeat is a new blog statistic tracking service that has just recently opened its doors to the public and seems quiet promising. I have been ...