NOTE: I’m way behind in my roundups, since I went on holidays in August and recently in December I have not been able to catch up, so bare with me if I blog about stuff that is over 6 months old.
Texty - An online WYSIWYG text editor, when your done just embed the code into your blog or website, going back to make changes will reflect wherever you have embedded the code. You can even enable comments as part of the content in your embed code.
In this respect it’s similar to WriteToMyBlog, an online blog editor which also posts to your blog. Texty also generates an RSS feed, so this puts it in the class of an edge feed as well, with the likes of publi.sh (also post by email or bookmarklet) and MyNotify.
What I mean by an edge feed, is the service only generates RSS content, you have to place that feed somewhere else to present the content in a HTML page eg. SuprGlu.
Yoorl - When you come across a website you want to share with others, click the Yoorl bookmarklet to make a trackable URL. Share the link as you please, and via the dashboard you can track its travels (it shows the total number of visitors, their distribution on the world map and the current number of visitors) of that link being shared around the world…you never know it may come back to you.
Matecube - an alternative to Facebook
walk2web - enter a blog homepage URL or blog post and visual navigate the inlinks and outlinks in a network style graph, you can also bookmark the page previews…if you register you can save a trail, and more.
Wetpaint which not long ago released private wikis, now have forums…this is starting to blur the line between a simple communal editing website and a group portal…see PB wiki for great add-on features.