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Side Job Track

http://www.sidejobtrack.com/

Web-based job tracking, invoicing, reporting & project management software for the part-time independent contractor.

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JotSpot Live

http://www.jotlive.com/

Live, group note-taking. Allows multiple users to take one collaborative set of notes on a single web page. Doesn't require versioning, publishes instantly, stores all content securely on the web.

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Backpack

http://www.backpackit.com/

Collaborative list making. Backpack is a tool that lets you easily build pages with lists, notes, images, and files. It's a great way to get organized, publish your ideas, and collaborate with others. You pick what's private and what's public.

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S5 - Web-Based Presentations

http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/tools/s5/

Look at it as a web-based PowerPoint alternative.

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Technorati

http://www.technorati.com

A real-time search engine that keeps track of what is going on in the blogosphere.

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ThinkFree

http://online.thinkfree.com/

Online Office Suite. Open, edit, and create Microsoft Office-compatible documents anywhere and anytime. Post documents directly to your blog without any conversion. Create powerful Web presentations using a familiar interface. Convert your existing documents to PDF format.

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TimeTracker

http://www.formassembly.com/time-tracker/

Time Tracker is a simple tool to keep track of the time you spend on any given task. Think of it as a to-do-list with a clock.

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NumSum

http://numsum.com/

4 out of 10 stars (4 votes)

Web-based spreadsheet you can share with others. Allows opening a "throwaway spreadsheet" without registration for situations where "you need more than a calculator".

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Google Maps

http://maps.google.com/

1 out of 10 stars (2 votes)

Google Maps is a free, online virtual globe map service provided by Google found at http://maps.google.com. It offers a draggable map and satellite images for the whole world and recently, the Moon, and offers a route planner and business locator for the U.S., Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, China, the UK, Ireland (city centres only) and some parts of Europe. With a Google developer's media key, the API is free for use on any site that is free to the public.The introduction of the API has accelerated the development of new Google Maps-based applications, including a multi-player online game, Tripods.

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flickr

http://www.flickr.com/

9 out of 10 stars (2 votes)

Online photo management and sharing application

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meebo

http://www.meebo.com

5 out of 10 stars (2 votes)

Web-based instant messaging. Enter your existing instant messaging addresses and use your browser as an IM client.

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Netvibes

http://www.netvibes.Com

9 out of 10 stars (3 votes)

Netvibes is a hub for web 2.0. The user can edit his page and add RSS feeds, podcast, other web 2.0 applications within the browser !

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Zimbra

http://www.zimbra.com/

Zimbra is a community for building and maintaining next generation collaboration technology. The goal is to make e-mail, calendar, contacts and other communications technologies the best they can be.

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Mashable

http://www.mashable.com

Entrepreneur Peter Cashmore's blog on Web 2.0

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Fyuze

http://fyuze.com/

1 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

A personal information aggregator that automatically collects information from the internet. Tell fyuze what you're interested in, and you'll be able to -- at a glance -- see what's new on the web every time you log on.

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del.icio.us

http://del.icio.us/

10 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

del.icio.us is a social bookmarks manager. It allows you to easily add web pages you like to your personal collection of links, to categorize those sites with keywords, and to share your collection not only among your own browsers and machines, but also with others. Once you've registered for the service, you add a simple bookmarklet to your browser. When you find a web page you'd like to add to your list, you simply select the del.icio.us bookmarklet, and you'll be asked for information about the page. You can add descriptive terms to group similar links together and add notes for yourself or for others. You can access your list of links from any web browser. Your links are shown to you with those you've added most recently at the top. In addition to viewing by date, you can also view all links with a specific keywords (you define your own keywords as you add the links), or search your links for keywords. What makes del.icio.us a social system is its ability to let you see the links that others have collected, as well as showing you who else has bookmarked a specific site. You can also view the links collected by others, and subscribe to the links of people whose lists you find interesting.

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Socialmarks

http://socialmarks.com/

The goal of Socialmarks is to streamline the discovery, organization, and sharing of information. The popularity of folksonomy-driven services, along with the general acceptance of their use, has grown tremendously within the recent months. The most popular of these services focus particularly on the 'social bookmarking' aspect of the social networking concept. Socialmarks furthers this concept by, in addition, providing RSS and Atom feed aggregation tools (we're currently tracking over a quarter of a million feeds)! With these features, Socialmarks also gives users the ability to tag specific feeds, a feed's post, as well as allowing the user to add the post to their list of social bookmarks (which can also be tagged). If you think like we do, you'll see the potential of this combined data, especially over a longer time period. Using this data to the advantage, Socialmarks provides automated trend discovery tools, which show the rate and pace of information being shared (bookmarks, tags, RSS/Atom feeds), and more.

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43 Things

http://www.43things.com/

A shared, public goal-listing system.

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Basecamp

http://www.basecamphq.com/

10 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

Solution for small companies to create online project centers and keep track of the various tasks involved. Once you have an account, you can create new projects in it and add members to your team in seconds. You can specify whether a project is internal only, or whether you'll be working with an outside client. Clients can log in to Basecamp too, to see to how work is progressing. Each Basecamp project has four main areas: a message board, to-do list, milestones section, and files. In the message board, you can post notes and images, and even request e-mail notification when someone responds to one of your posts. The to-do list is the place to enter all the tasks that need to be done, then check them off when they're completed.

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Bindows

http://www.bindows.com

Object-oriented platform for developing AJAX applications. Lets you build browser-based applications that look just like desktop applications.

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WebNote

http://www.aypwip.org/webnote/

Web-based version of Microsoft's OneNote. Webnote is a tool for taking notes on your internet-connected computer. It allows you to quickly write something down during a meeting, class, or any other time that you have a web browser available. You start by creating a workspace and creating notes in the workspace. You can save your workspace at any time and return to them from the same computer or any other computer. You can also share your notes with others by providing the workspace name (or url) to a friend.

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Openomy

http://www.openomy.com/

Online file system currently in pre-release. Openomy has open APIs that anyone can use to write applications which store/retrieve/use a user's files. This means you could, for example, write and use a script to mount your Openomy files onto your Linux (or other OS) machine. Openomy takes advantage of tagging. Instead of using folders to describe where files belong, Openomy uses tags. This allows you, the user, to hold one file in many locations. For example, the picture of your children on vacation shouldn't be constrained to just the "Mexico" folder or the "kids" folder. Rather, it should be allowed to be labeled as both.

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Upcoming.org

http://upcoming.org/

Upcoming.org is a social event calendar, completely driven by people like you. Manage your events, share events with friends and family, and syndicate your calendar to your own site.

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Foopad

http://www.foopad.com/

Foopad is a Wiki service. That means that you can edit every page in your foopad workspace. To try out Foopad - go to your workspace and click the Edit link up on the top left. You can then change the content of the page. Hit save (on the top left again) to save your changes. You can create a new page in your wiki by selecting some text and pressing the link button on the toolbar.

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Kiko

http://www.kiko.com

Highly interactive online calendar "that delivers all the functionality of desktop calendar software, and all the convenience of online access".

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