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Some of the websites I liked:
Want to do more with your pics than just dump them online? Scrapblog lets you grab your photos from Flickr, MySpace, Facebook, Picasa, and many more photo sites, and use them to construct cool (and free) multimedia scrapbooks. You can also use video in your scrapbooks, and the interface is very easy to use.
This Twitter-like microblogging service goes beyond Twitter by letting users share images and video clips through their Plurk feeds. The interface is also a lot more fun to use, and guess what: It rarely crashes (sorry, Twitter).
PageOnce collects your account info for just about any online account you might have and aggregates the info into a single page that looks good and is easy to keep track of. Keep tabs on your bank or investment accounts, see what’s going on with your social-network profiles, check how many minutes you have left on your cell-phone plan, or even which Netflix movies are on the way.
Drop.io is, put simply, the best file-sharing service we’ve seen. Just type in the URL you’d like to use, upload your files (up to 100MB), set a password and/or privacy setting, and choose how long the link should be live (up to a year from the last page view). Sharing the files is then as easy as sending the URL around. There’s no registration, no cost, and no limit to how many URLs you can use.