Santa Brought Some Web 2.0 Goodies

A lot of us have bookmarked links, hoping to use them at some later stage. Except we forget. kicked it off, and now many new bookmarking based services are cropping up that do that and more. For instance, Clipmarks. Here is another one, Diigio (pronounced as “dee’go”.) “Add Sticky Notes and Highlights to any specific texts of a web pages,” says Maggie Tsai, one of the co-founders of this tiny start-up. You can keep these notes private or make them public.

More online word processing…. if you liked Writely, you will like Zohowriter too. It works really well on a Mac/Firefox, but sucks wind on Safari.

With text ad options increasing for blog publishers, Amit Agarwal has put together a little tool that lets you gauge whether Google, Yahoo or Chitika ads are best fit for your blog. Enter a webpage URL or keywords and the tool will show a preview of ads that will served on that webpage or for those keywords. Works with IE for Windows now.

Cellfire is a new service that allows anyone to download coupons right on their phone. The coupons can be used at any Shaper Image, Hollywood Video, Boston Market, and a lot of other places, anywhere in California. It’s totally free and has some other really cool features as well-for example, you can directly call and order a pizza or flowers with the push of one button. It’s very different from SMS or WAP solutions on the market. It is a very interesting opt-in solution that provides consumers with useful discounts on products and services that they buy today.

and as a bonus link….

I am right now enjoying photo sharing service BubbleShare, which has just come out of stealth mode for well over a year now (closing on two.)