I came in late, so I missed the introduction. There was a panel whose members took turns showing new items. They used a del.icio.us page (which is linked here).
Geek Brief TV [geekbrief.tv]
This is an occasional podcasts on tech issues
This is an add on for Firefox. It will let you block ads from specific advertisers. It has options and settings, but it will also let you "whitelist" a page so that the ads show up.
If you are a fan of Pandora, this will let you search for and listen to one specific song (which Pandora does not allow). You do not have to create a playlist because it sets a cookie. It also lets you see the video.
Has all sorts of info on technology as it relates to higher education.
Similar to GeekTV, but more focused on the industry. You can listen to it as a podcast
Takes everything where there is a feed and puts them in one site. It will keep track of what you do on various social networking sites. You can use it to RSS feed items.
Library Thing Local
A way to promote upcoming local author events. Anyone can add events (if you have a Library Thing account). You can also subscribe as an RSS Feed. It also keeps track of favorite venues and events.
A Place Between Us
Is a way to find a mutually convenient meeting place. You can choose parameters like coffee, need chocolate, at a library.
Lets you create widgets, customize a little, and then you can cut and paste a bit of code to paste on your site/blog/facebook/etc.
Down for everyone or just me?
Will let you check to see if a specific web site is working or if you are having a local problem.
It is very graphical and lets you drag stuff on to a specfic page to save. It is something which is downloaded on to your machine.
Takes every hot site you do not want in your RSS feed reader and lists them on a single page. It gives you an idea of what is going on.
The original Bloglines got "old and tired." The presenter said that it has all the benefits of both Bloglines and Google Reader. [editorial note: I *hate* Google Reader.] She really liked it. I may take a look, but she had disparaging remarks about Bloglines.
Google Docs Bar
It is an easy way to access the Google docs from within your web browser.
It is a way to create a spontaneous chat session. It is important to choose a name which is unique.
This is a "sad and pathetic" excuse for readers advisory. It seems to have a science fiction and fantasy bent. Aims to be the Pandora of reading.
This is similar to Rosetta Stone. It adds a community of learners who can offer tips.
Quick definitions are listed here.
Includes logos and tags of new items on the web.
Since YouTube is blocked in most schools, this lets you get info out to teachers.
Lets you highlight sections on a page, and then send a link to the highlighted page.
Let's you store your online accounts and passwords.
Lets you generate all kinds of buttons for your page.
Google Browser Synch
Lets you keep your history, cookies, bookmarks, and saved passwords across several computers. It does need to be added, and works only with Firefox.
Finds sites similar to the ones you are on. It is based on tags on tagging sites. It will work not just with web sites, but with articles. They need to have been tagged.
This is a site for getting free stock photos. It includes items which cost also.
It is a radio site. It has any kind of song you want built into a channel. You can even build your own channel (but only if you use IE). High quality music.
This is a way to make your own page to feed in all of your social networking site. You can arrange the page however you want.
Lets you send yourself "hassles."
Twitter is a social networking that uses very short messages. This sends a message twice a day which is the first line from a book, as a teaser.
Let's you choose a web site and (for fun) put different disasters over a web site.
This site lets you create an organizational chart and print it and save it.
Has authors talking about books. It can easily be embedded in web page.
Here you can upload photos to make a movie. (It is part of Yahoo!)