Weekend Web 2.0 Useful sites #1

WebNotes is a web tool for collecting, organizing and sharing information on thewebnotes logo Internet. You can highlight text and stick notes to web pages. All highlighted text  and sticky notes are organized in folders within your WebNotes account. You can share the pages you annotate via email or links with your friends, colleagues or family. WebNotes is supported on all major browsers – Firefox (Mac, PC, Linux), Internet Explorer, Google Chrome & Safari.

Worio is a new alternative search engine which emphasizes the role that social aspects worio search logo play on the WWW today, and lets you find sites of interest not by providing keywords but by letting you visualize the preferred online destinations of your peers and colleagues. Worio allows you to see what pages your friends are tagging and highlights what those in your close circle have been up to as of late.

TheCloudPlayer is an opensource web application that enables the concept of havingthe cloud player logo your music in The Cloud. It uses the Sound Cloud API. It allows users to find an play all of the public tracks from the SoundCloud service. In addition, users can also add information to their playlist, and make them collaborative so other people could add their own picks. Sign-in is surprisingly via your Google Account and not through your SoundCloud account. But I guess this is a good news for people who don’t have SoundCloud account, and still want to listen to the great music that listed there.

fileai.com is a free web site that enables people to securely share files with one FileAI logo another that cannot be easily sent via e-mail. You don’t need to download or install any software, and your files are not uploaded to any server. The files are encrypted and sent directly, peer-to-peer, through your existing web browser.

DailyToDoList Allows you to organize and check off your daily tasks, that is, tasks that Daily to do logo you need to complete each and every day. Most of us have those few tasks that we need to perform daily, but many times miss one or two of them because they aren’t written down on a list. Written checklists are far too annoying because you would need to create a new list every day. Try Daily To Do List. It’s free to sign up and use. E-mail address not required.

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