3B: Build your own 3D villages (don't know about this one...could be cool/shiny but I need to actually use it to see how it could be cool/useful)
fluxiom: A Web-based "digital asset manager" - I'll try this one out but I think we are starting to see feature and price discrimination between this and prior efforts like Basecamp and ZohoProjects that might indicate that the initial rush into the online project/organizer space is maturing a bit.
Swivel: This one is actually one of the most interesting new entries...Swivel allows you to upload a data set, say on how many people are taking your internal corporate training and then relate (or swivel I guess) that data set against another one, say your company's closing stock price. Then you can plot that against another data set. While the authenticity of the data sets is possibly open for question, I can't really remember seeing anything like this except perhaps for something like Visokio.
SketchUp: One of the latest purchases by Google - use it to create your very own 3D models and objects.
Snapzilla: Provides you with the ability to post photos from Second Life directly to their Web-site via email.
Comic Book Creator: Honest to goodness - this is how I am doing trip reports from now on!
Snap: OK...so mouse over just about any link on the e-Clippings front page here and you'll see what Snap can do. It brings up a cool thumbnail preview of the site behind the link. Very nice.
Talkster: You need a phone with a browser (isn't that almost like saying you need a phone with a camera?) and then you can use your phone (actually your phone's browser) to 'call' your IM buddies. You can read their 'How It Works' section but I'm still scratching my head thinking - is this like Skype on my cellular and how many times am I going to use VOIP to call someone from my phone where I don't have their number? Sounds kinda like a feature in search of an acquisition....
ZapTXT: This service allows you too have RSS feeds send your phone an IM when a keyword search is triggered. I don't know about letting CNN's RSS feed be pinging me but I can really some apps for automated RSS feeds - the kind of stuff like doctors being able to subscribe to the RSS feed for a patient and getting an IM with info on their health, a corporate trainer being able to create an RSS feed to a dashboard that will send them an IM when a class completes compliance training.
Blinkx Video Search Wall: Go to Blinkx and then enter a search term (don't use your own name unless you appear on video a great deal) then click the "Wall It" button and watch the search results be displayed in a video wall that you can embed in a site.