Create a Follow Me Button. Simple idea - create a nice little button that you can put onto your website or blog to draw all your profiles together to make it easier for people to follow. Nice and neat.
Collecta Widget Builder
lets you make a widget for use in your website. Fill in the fields with your search terms, click "Build Widget" and preview the result at right. If you
like what you see, grab the code and use it in your site. If not, edit
the fields and build again until you are happy with the result. It pulls in results from Twitter and other social media sites.
NoSquint: Firefox Extension.
Having a hard time reading on the web? Is that website with the
ridiculously small font and hot-pink-on-slightly-darker-hot-pink text
raising your blood pressure?
NoSquint can: * Override the default
text-only and full-page (both text and images) zoom levels for all
websites * Enforce your own foreground and background colors * Remember
your zoom levels and color settings per site, automatically applying
them when you return.
Thanks to Ms Sarah the Librarian in Black, I found this great resource page: How to Embed Almost Anything in your Website. There's some tremendously useful practical advice in this article, such as embedding: RSS feeds MP3 music Photographs Google calendar events Charts Graphs Chat Word docs PPT Spreadsheets PDF Maps Movies
Feevy. Nice little widgety thing - whack in your favourite blogs, they give you an HTML tag, you add it to your blog and it'll display your friends blogs, and your visitors read their stuff and leave your weblog behind. No wait, that's not quite right is it? :)