The Bread Art Project - Art that people have created on bread using their computer. Also gives you the opportunity to create your own art on bread. Pretty funny, but for artistic people, a different way to express yourself. First, choose your type of bread, and then how "toasted" you want your bread "canvas" to be. There are different tools to paint with as well as different shapes and templates. The whole site is Java and Flash, so make sure you have the latest updates. Why visit the site? Every creation means a dollar donation to support "Share Our Strengths" Give it a shot and view the gallery.
A new video search engine that seems very promising is Blinkx. It offers plenty of different categories to choose from when doing your search. When you complete a search it will find videos from different video sites. It will either play within the site, or it will take you to an outside link. So if you are looking for a video, Blinkx would be a great starting point. Hope you find some success.
Sync.in is another site offering real time document collaboration and conferencing. One feature that I have not seen in others is that there are color highlight trails for each author making it easy to see who is making each edit. Any changes that are made to the document are stored on the server and can be undone at any time. All edits are also kept on a "recorder" so that anyone who missed the collaboration can go back and see what was done. There is also a chat feature as well. It seems very promising. Reminds me of Crocodoc.
AutoMotivator gives you the opportunity to create your own motivational posters. You know, the kind we see in EVERY administrators office! Haha. Now you can create your own, print on nice paper and frame. The site that is hosting the AutoMotivator also has some tools and widgets that you could use for your website or blog as well.
Rock the Quote is a search engine where you can look up famous quotes by people as well as search for famous speeches. Search by topic of speech as well. Would be really good for English and Social Studies teachers. There are currently over 1500, with more being added.
MyOats - Create some spectacular images just using your mouse. You can then drag lines to change the shape after you have already made your lines. You can change colors, zoom in and out, etc etc. Hard to explain. Fun to do and play with. Give it a shot and see what you can create.
iNudge - Using a 16x16 matrix and different instruments you create your own sound and beat. I kind of liked this. I am not musically gifted, but someone who is will probably spend quite some time on this site. Definitely worth visiting. Entertaining to say the least.