SiteShuffle - register for your own public URL and add a bunch of feeds, feed headlines are in a little window (called a nanosite), click forward symbol to go to next feed. They promote it as a homepage RSS Reader, I guess it reminds me of a startpage. I like these controls to read feeds, it’s like a channel changer.
Here’s a page I made.
Subscribe to Library clips to your Site Shuffle homepage.
meecard - another lifestream service, it’s invite only at the moment…the word, “card”, in the name must mean it comes as a widget to promote on your blog. Ziki is going to be hard to beat; they even have offline business cards, (also see txtms) but no widget as of yet. A popular widget is ShowYourself, Lijit, and Mevu (includes contact details). [via m]
Jiglu - kind of reminds me of Swicki and ZoomClouds, in that it scans your content and organises links into sections (people, events, topics) all displayed in a widget. This is to supplement your blog tagging and blog categories, it’s another way for people to discover your blog posts. When someone clicks on a topic from the widget, an overlay page opens up over your blog and they can view all posts under that topic. If a word in your blog post is a topic in your Jiglu widget, then clicking on this word will open the overlay page for that topic.
Other ways for people to see your posts are related posts widgets, like Spotback and WizAg auto-discovery.
TagMindr - this hooks into your existing bookmark service; bookmark a webpage and as long as you use the tag “remind:YYYY-MM-DD” you will be reminded of that bookmark in the future by RSS (email, IM ,SMS coming soon)…I’ll add this to my reminder list. [via DS]