share2me - send links to friends via a browser extension…I’ve been using the “Gmail This” bookmarklet, but you can’t look up your contacts.
This is the power of share2me, it will harvest all your contacts from all your online accounts, and when you send a webpage, it will auto-fill the email address from your contacts list.
Even better you can either send it to a contacts email, IM, or even direct message within their social network.
It will also archive the transaction in your history space.
You could even use it to email yourself, otherwise try the email me bookmarklet. [via Somewhat Frank]
Scribd - a social network for documents…weird how the myriad of file hosting services are not network oriented. Sometimes I find so many PDF’s on the web that don’t have a URL, so I save them in my online file storage, no reason others wouldn’t be interested just like social bookmark services…only difference is it doesn’t have a native URL, you are assigning one yourself (publishing a PDF). Download item in various formats, and also listen to an item, even read an item in the PDF viewer.
Check out Slideshare for powerpoint presentations, the widget is awesome. Oh, remember Yummy, I think this was for PDF bookmarks weblinks. [via TechCrunch]
lifemetric - we have Twitter and Jaiku for texting snippets of our presence (what we are doing right now), and nowthen for photo’s of our presence, now we have a lifemetric for our emotional presence. Document your feelings on a scale: mood, creativity, stress. Where’s the feeds, widgets, SMS updates?
All this reminds me of aspects of datablogging.
Orchestrate - a simple to-do task manager.
Rrove - social bookmark network for physical places, so you are actually bookmarking a map with a description (also upload an image). Each bookmark will attempt to harvest related information from the web, such as events, reviews, (I assume you can post a review internally as well), etc…
Further to this you can organise bookmarks into sets, basically a list…see more lists here. Similar type of ideas are Flagr and Socialight.