Years ago I used Backflip, now I use del.icio.us. I also used a third party solution to download transitory Web content, I now use Furl. I also used to build a lot of online curriculum with my online tool, myprojectpages.com. I've not done a lot of that since I left the classroom, but I now wonder about structured Web investigations like WebQuests and my format, called the Project Page, and where they now fit with the new tools of the Web. The point is that much has changed but that certainly will not be a relevation to anyone.
I've redone the Web Tools page and placed it at Jakesonline.org. Many of the tools you will be familiar with but if you are reading this through your aggregator, you're probably a pretty savvy technology user anyway. My intent is to provide beginners with one location to access the many tools that alot of us use on a daily basis so that they can begin building transformitive learning environments with these tools. Using these tools, and having them be part of your arsenal is critical to open source teaching and learning.
If you know of some useful tools, please let me know and I'll include them.