2 beta invitations landed on my inbox this morning: * “30 Boxes”:http://30boxes.com _”will be to calendars what GMail was to Email”,_ to quote “Om Malik”:http://gigaom.com/2006/01/11/30boxes/ * “coComment”:http://www.cocomment.com Track all your comments across the blogosphere Oh joy.
Around 1999, online storage services like Xdrive were the next big thing. Now they are coming back, riding on the web2.0 wave. TechCrunch “reviewed”:http://feeds.feedburner.com/Techcrunch?m=581 13 of them. From a quick glance, I think I’ll testdrive “Omnidrive,”:http://www.omnidrive.com/ “Xdrive,”:http://www.xdrive.com/ and “Box.net”:http://www.box.net/ sometimes this week.
“RTM”:http://www.rememberthemilk.com was already the best online To Do list manager, and they have just made another big leap today with “3 new features:”:http://blog.rememberthemilk.com/2006/01/now-with-tagging-searching-and-smart.html * tagging (finally) and tag cloud * advance searching (I don’t really use search, but it’s handy for the odd occasions) * smart lists, which are smart filters or persistent search, depending […]
I started using “AllConsuming”:http://43.allconsuming.net/person/chrisada/ and “Findory”:http://findory.com today. Both interesting services, time will tell if I get to use them much. AllConsuming is integrated with “43Things”:http://www.43things.com/person/chrisada and “43Places,”:http://www.43places.com/person/chrisada and works with a single account. This makes life that little bit less complicated. This is my first day with both sites, and the personal profile is still […]