I just built a web-client for Pocket (getpocket.com - an online bookmarking/read-it-later service) with extra features the current Pocket web-client doesn't have (and I have more planned). Uses the power and ubiquity of Pocket, but adds features the current interface lacks. [more inside]
tree is a content-focused social network (with standalone browser extensions to save and share on the fly): you follow people within categories so as to only get exposed to content that matters to you. You can choose to follow people in music, or in technology, or in news & society... [more inside]
This is a new project I've just released in beta. I was inspired to do it b/c I was getting tired of stale bookmarked links: a lot of useful blog articles disappear and neither web.archive.org nor Google's cache were very helpful. I'm calling it the "anti-Pinterest" because the focus is on preserving text, using a readability-style algorithm to strip away ads and other web page boilerplate. It's still new, and a little rough around the edges, but I'm interesting in hearing what you guys think! If you sign up today, contact me through the form on the site with your username and I'll give you free access for a month.