Todoist - how many to-do services can there be
iReader - via a browser extension browse the content of a link before choosing to clicking it…I wish Snap Preview had this option.
Snap Preview has an icon option, to get a thumbnail just hover over the icon next to the link…problem is that this doesn’t limit to links just within blog posts, blog sidebars are littered with these icons, wherever there is a link there is an icon. How do we get Snap Preview to avoid the sidebar links.
workhack - the most easy to-do list ever, no sign up just start. Items are big and chucky, for each item mark high, mediuim or low, and click done when completed, also see list with done items included. Dar and drop, and bookmark your to-do list in your favourites and try the mini version. Feeds are included. I wish I could re-edit items and change urgency.
DoodleBoard - collaborative drawing with chat.
LinkedWords - similar idea to Technorati Tags, only Linked Words is not a flat based index but more taxonomy based. If you want you blog post to appear under a keyword page at LinkedWords just look for the page and include your post, or create a new keyword page if it doesn’t exist (BTW, it doesn’t have to be keyword pages, create phrase or even sentence pages). I’d rather bookmark my posts at del.icio.us or Technorati Tags or submit them to Digg (not that I do this), as these sites are popular.
One thing I do like is that for every keyword they offer more discovery like similar pages, similar categories and contextual path related categories.
Jubii - like all email clients (Jubii is webmail) the idea is to extend this workspace into a PIM (Personal Information Management) space. Jubii is email with VOIP, IM…these are the 3 usual communication channels.
But hasn’t Google go this covered, I guess Jubii’s 10 GB is attractive.
Another feature is that it can host any type of file, and you can share these files with your contacts list, even share your inbox. Like other email or PIM services I guess to-do, calendar, tasks, notes are next to be added.
Wasn’t Haystack meant to be the personal dashboard of the future.
NOTE: Gmail and Gtalk are integrated, what about adding Google Calendar, Google Docs and Spreadsheets, and Google Notebook as an email based PIM system…I guess that’s what Google Startpage is for, but I think email has, and always will be the startpage