For all students, scientists and researchers who are looking for academic information from different sources such as documents, web pages, encyclopedias, journals and newspapers, there is a new search engine I found today.
It is called RefSeek. Refseek can be compared to Google Scholar in some ways but it has more to offer. Not only it indexes one billion reference documents but it also indexes more than scientific and educational sites.
Ever wanted to aggregate all your online social sites profile links into one simple contact card? I had this problem but today I found a very nice service that solves by problem in just 10 lines!
MeeID is a web app that gives you 10 lines to write about yourself, your social profiles or what you do. It’s sort of an online business card where you add links to your Facebook, Twitter etc profiles and share them with your friends.
Twitter is no doubt the most popular micro-blogging site. There are hundreds of Twitter-related services available online (few reviewed here), but this time what I have found is going to be liked by all the Digg users who are on Twitter.
TwiggIt is an automated service that mashes up two of the most popular sites on the Internet, Digg and Twitter, and lets your friends on Twitter know what articles you Digg.