Check out ZeTrax – similar to the previously-posted SeeqPod, but with an even easier-to-use interface. Though SeeqPod has more advanced features, like playlist saving and video searching, ZeTrax seems to be a better quick-find-and-play solution.
UPDATE: Thanks to the commenter below, I was alerted to ZeTrax’s less-than-legitimate behavior. I’ve killed the link, and I’ll leave this post up as a warning.
Adobe Photoshop Express seems pretty cool. I just signed up for it and tested it out. It gives you only a few basic editing options (similar to what you can do with Picasa), with the added benefit of doing your editing online. But probably the coolest thing about it is the nice Flash interface and the free 2GB of online photo storage. Photos that you choose to make public go into a slick slide show. I missed the feature at first, but they offer embeddable source code that lets you put your slide show anywhere. Since it’s in beta, they accept suggestions for improvement with their feedback form. You can take a look at the edit screen below:
I just stumbled across this Star Trek link on CBS.com, and discovered that you can watch full episodes of the classic Star Trek series. Crazy! And awesome, if you’re a big nerd like me. Oh they’ve also got MacGyver season 1 and a couple seasons of Twilight Zone.