ChangeToLink - a new replacement for the old pasta or wetaste service…what you do is type some text and it has its own URL, then you can send someone the URL to read this text or perhaps bookmark it in a social bookmarks manager. Pity it’s not a one page wiki, the you could update this page, leave comments, subscribe to the feed, etc…also see cl1p, even a note service will do a similar thing. I guess the power of cl1p and ChangeToLink are they are very quick and easy, no joining process.
I guess edge feeds are kind of similar eg. Sabifoo, ShortText, glue, feedXS, linkRSS
FunkyCall - record a message and upload it to the network and send it to your friend, or embed it as a widget. Perhaps use it as a greeting for your blog like Evoca, Pheeder (can’t remember if this has a widget) and others. Also help out your blog visitors with amberjack and mapwing.
Teleflip - input your mobile phone number at the Teleflip website and e-mail address, and you can access e-mails, feed content, calandar alerts…for free mobile email see Flurry. Don’t forget you can get RSS feeds turned into email and read feed content on your phone via emails (ie. if your phone as an email service). Similar for feed content is VoiceIndigo, Fonpod and Podlinez and more.
Yodio - very similar to Evoca and Pheeder, an audio social network, and you get to dress your soundbites with photos and captions. Look out CellBlock, fliptrack, tagloops and the like…Scrapblog is kind of the same idea, so is the new MixPo and Vuvox.
…just phone 1-877-MY-YODIO and follow the prompts.
CircleUp - New Q&A service where you can limit your questions to groups, also comes with a widget, also see Yedda, FAQQLY and Otavo.
The real difference here is that the contacts you send your message to don’t have to be registered. You send the message through CircleUp and your contacts receive the question as email, SMS, IM, (whatever they use) and their replies are aggregated in one page which you can share, email, save, embed, and you get a feed. Also check out WayaCracker.
Ziggs - organise your contacts and be able to organise them in groups, see their online status, then click on a user to IM or email them, or to check their latest blog posts…see more, here is an example. Also see the Internet Address Book, Hictu and others.