URLRoulette
Posted by webhead in the wired 8 days ago
Pass an URL to the next person who goes to the site. It's a fun way to play "spin the web."
Searx.me
Posted by webhead in the wired 88 days ago
Self-hosted meta search engine that allows you to run your own public instances. Also there's no log in so it doesn't personalize results.
43Things
Posted by webhead in the wired 92 days ago
A site for writing down your goals, and sharing them with others. The old 43T site shut down back in 2015, this is a new version.
Lavabit - Wikipedia
Posted by webhead in the wired 95 days ago
For all those unfamiliar with what transpired in 2013. I'd start here, but this isn't where I'd finish.
SBI VS Wealthy Affiliate.
Posted by webhead in the biz 95 days ago
I'm posting this because I fell pretty hard for WA. I'm not saying that SBI is better, just stating the fact that WA isn't the way to go about things.
Posterous
Posted by webhead in the wired 9 years ago
Posterous lets you post things online fast using email. You email us at  
[email protected]  
and we reply instantly with your new posterous blog.  
 
If you can use email, you can have your own website to share thoughts and media with friends, family and the world. Like tumblr, but with email instead.  
Identi.ca
Posted by webhead in the wired 9 years ago
Identi.ca is a micro-blogging service. If you  
register for an account, you can post small (140 chars or less) text notices about yourself, where you are, what you're doing, or practically anything you want. You can also subscribe to the notices of your friends, or other people you're interested in, and follow them on the Web or in an  
RSS feed. Basically an open source version of twitter, it supports open ID.  
Shyftr
Posted by webhead in the wired 9 years ago
Shyftr stands for Share Your Feeds Together. What sets Shyftr apart is how we uniquely tie together RSS and social networking. We've built a networking community solely focused on feeds. Feeds have  
traditionally been cumbersome to find. For the most part users have had to scour the Internet in search of feeds that interest them. Now you can find feeds  
by searching content brought directly to you through the Shyftr network, as well as feeds that other users follow by viewing their feed list. Do you like  
feeds that your friends or other users are following? It's simple to "shyft" a feed and add to your list of content you read on a daily basis.
Jagango
Posted by webhead in the wired 10 years ago
Jagango is a new cool mobile social networking platform for creating and sharing digital content such as photos, music and videos on mobile devices, by  
building free and easy-to-use mobile internet sites. With a wealth of preset designs, in 5 simple steps and less time than one can imagine, anyone can create a personal mobile site, accommodating multimedia  
content, as desired by site owner. Basically a free website creator, but for mobile sites.  
Site allows you to remove your name from mailing lists of members of the Direct Marketing Association. Remove your name from or add your name to individual DMA Member mailing lists.DMA's Mail Preference Service will allow you to receive more of the mail  
you want to receive and less of the mail you do not wish to receive. You may add your name to individual organization lists and remove your name from  
individual organization lists. Complete the form and we will send it along to our members, asking them to honor your preferences.  
 
Yay for us
Posted by webhead in the wired 10 years ago
The simplest explanation of yayfor.us is that its a place for community lists. Be they Best Of, Worst Of or something else, users create lists on  
yayfor.us and the community can then contribute to them. Users can vote up or down on the items in your list and even add new items. As  
more users contribute to and vote in your list, the order and the items may change, and the community will create its own version of your list. Embed your lists in your blog, email them to your friends and invite your users to join in the fun. yayfor.us handles the voting and sorting  
for you.  
Donors choose
Posted by webhead in the "other" pile 10 years ago
DonorsChoose.org is a simple way to provide students in need with resources that our public schools often lack. At this not-for-profit web site, teachers  
submit project proposals for materials or experiences their students need to learn. These ideas become classroom reality when concerned individuals, whom  
we call Citizen Philanthropists, choose projects to fund.  
Any individual can search  
for projects by areas of interest, learn about classroom needs, and choose to fund the project(s) they find most compelling.  
Should do this
Posted by webhead in the "other" pile 10 years ago
We all have ideas for making things better. Ideas to improve a product, a company, your city, or just about anything in the world. Should Do This is the  
best suggestion box for getting your ideas heard. Suggest improvements for the world around you, see what others are suggesting and join the dialog of  
thinkers and tinkerers. Let people know what you think would make just about anything, better. From the same people who developed 43things.  
Fav.or.it
Posted by webhead in the wired 10 years ago
fav.or.it is our answer to the current separation of feed reading and commenting. We have built a web interface that lets you  
read all your favorite content and at the same time take part in an interactive community. fav.or.it is also a blogging platform letting  
you write your own blog posts and publish them out onto the internet. On top of this you can republish any content within fav.or.it  
to build up new and exciting mashups. Site allows you to filter posts by catigory, tag, rank or a combination of the 3.  
Blog backup online
Posted by webhead in the wired 10 years ago
BlogBackupOnline is a web application that provides backup of your blog content. If you back up at all, trying to manually back up your blog is complex  
and tedious. BlogBackupOnline allows you to register your blog with a few simple clicks, and then maintains a current copy of your blog content at all  
times by backing up your blog daily. Basic accounts come with 50MB of storage.