From 10,000words.net, 7 Eye-popping interactive timelines (and 3 ways to create one). Dipity is a cool way to make your own timelines, and Viewzi is a visual search engine that displays results in any one of several different visual layouts, including a timeline.
How to upload Office docs from your desktop, view Powerpoint presentations on your phone, and other tips from this great Google Docs Guide: How to do stuff with Google Docs, via journerdism.
Glassbooth “connects you to the 2008 presidential candidate that represents your beliefs the best.” Take a quiz to find out which candidate you should vote for and watch video clips of all the presidential candidates (not just Obama and McCain) talking about various issues.
Search an address anywhere in the U.S. and Criminal Searches Neighborhood Watch will map where the criminals live in that neighborhood. Information is taken from public records and includes everything from traffic offenses to violent crimes. I’m not sure how comprehensive the records are, based on a search of my own neighborhood, but it’s an interesting map/crime mashup.