web picks for May 2007
Picnik I love this online photo editing tool
Picnik can hook straight up to your Facebook, Flickr, or Picasa account and help you edit all the photos there. Or you can bring in photos from everywhere else Picnik connects to. Picnik A handy Firefox extension not only adds an 'Edit in Picnik' option to your right-click menu, it even lets you screen capture an entire website and edit it right in Picnik. Great for quickly adding some spice to your blog posts or saving a hardcopy.
Attendio is an event discovery service that brings users information via the web, email, online calendars and mobile phones. For example, music lovers can be alerted when their favorite bands are playing locally, and families can see what child-friendly activities are happening on the weekend.
I have been playing with Attendio for about a couple weeks now and I have to say It works very well. Very easy to input data. I like the widget, of your events, that you can add to your blog, Facebook, MySpace and other social networks. I have only found one bug. When I click on the calender icon in the "add new event" page the small pop up calender only opens half way. I can drag it full but still annoying. Also, I wish there were options for different color widgets. I like it and suggest you go give it a look.
Cluztr: stalkerware...but fun
Cluztr lets you share your web-browsing with your friends and discover new sites and people relevant to you and your interests.See who's on the same web page as you. Find out what sites your friends are visiting and follow them around the web. Chat and leave messages on any website you visit.
With Google Notebook, you can browse, clip, and organize information from across the web in a single online location that's accessible from any computer. Planning a trip? Researching a product? Just add clippings to your notebook. You won't ever have to leave your browser window - google.com/notebook
This one has been out for almost a year but I wanted to post just in case you missed it