Trackle - when a visitor clicks the Tracklet button on your blog they can enter keywords and choose to get latest content delivered by email, SMS, or login to their Trackle inbox.
The RSS feed Trackle is only one of many, there’s loads of them, and you can manage all of them in Trackle. See Notify.Me and others to DIY.
Liveflows - offers related posts from your blog, similar to Outbrain and Zementa, only this one is a distributed network, and lives in the footer of your blog (it actually feels like part of the browser). See related posts from your blog, popular posts in my network, blogs I follow, blogs that follow me. I get the feeling that it’s something MyBlogLog could have done, and something Google Friend Connect (GFC) is doing. Only in GFC you only need a profile to follow people, whereas in LiveFlows you need to be a blogger (which is essential so it can show popular posts from your network). GFC can be seen more of a fans type tool …I do like that the social bar gadget has commenting and site activity, and other features like ratings. Most of these relate to the homepage, unless you embed a gadget in a post.
I wrote about the blogosphere as a distributed social network a while back. [via LG]
Google News Timeline - When you visit the site delete the saved queries. Then from the drop down menu choose blogs, and enter the name of your blog. Voila, now you have a visual date based archive of your blog. Sort by day, week, month, year and drag to sift through the archives.
Here’s a link to my blog starting from Jan 2009.
Of course you can add lots of blogs and other news sources, or even keywords…perhaps a liteweight alternative to Google Reader.
It’s all based on Google Reader, so the archives only go back to its inception in 2005. Also see 30boxes blog timeline. [via DI]
Evernote - How did I miss this one. I’ve been using Webnote for so long, but I’m now testing to switch over to Evernote.
Basically via the web, mobile web, email, SMS/MMS, blog post footer button, Twitter, download version (even for mobiles) or bookmarklet I can add a note, clip a webpage, add an attachment (audio/video/etc) into any of my Evernote notebooks. Also tag all my notes, search (even text in images, limit to title field and tag, limited to one or multiple notebooks), synch files, make public notebooks, to-do list boxes, saved searches…and heaps more. Check out their blog, and tips.
Tinychat - create an on-the-fly chat room, even embed it in your blog