FeedSmith - Feedburner have an official Wordpress plugin that re-directs requests from your native feeds to your Feedburner feed.
A while back I stop promoting my native feeds (ie. took then off my sidebar), even though they are not promoted doesn’t mean they don’t work…my issue was that I wanted all the people subscribed to my native feeds to subscribe to my Feedburner feed. I blogged about this, but looking back I still have lots of people subscribed to my native feed…only issue about this whole scenario is I want to track all my subscriber statistics. Anyway FeedSmith has come to save the day, let’s see if my blog host will now help me out, as now there’s no coding involved, just a simple plug in.
Feedest - a crack at social bookmark for feeds…tags, notes, user space (also user tag spaces), you can also read the latest posts from a feed, and each feed has a details page.
Missing - OPML for tags, OPML for a user, OPML for user tags
Flurry updates - Flurry is a free downloadable email application for your phone, you get some web space to configure your phone email.
New features are: SMS notification for new emails, search your email, subscribe to RSS feeds and widgets. Now that everyone’s doing it, their new homepage is promoting favourite community feeds.
I wonder how long it will take for Flurry to end up on the Feedburner landing page.
iotum Talk-Now - this reminds me of the “The Swarm” idea, ie. a mobile presence indicator (your availability…kind of like a public contacts/calendar).
People won’t both ringing you if thay know you won’t answer the call right then and there, so instead of calling you and leaving a voicemail, they will cue that call in the To-Call list (as soon as that person becomes available, you will somehow be notified, probably a vibrate or beep, that they are available.
It’s not really a mobile social network, it’s more of a contacts/calendar network.