Keep loosing all those passwords – why not try PassPack. It provides one location to store all your usernames and passwords in a single encrypted file, ready for you to access at any time. It uses AES encryption, which is the approved method of encryption by the US Government, and an anti-phishing scheme.
There are a host of photosharing sites out there, Flikr, PhotoBucket etc and now Sharpcast which allows you to upload your pics from your pc or phone and to sync them across multiple PCs, your phone and the web.
Kayuda is a web-based visual wiki, mind mapping tool, and non-linear writing tool – and is rather cool looking. It’s only an alpha release at the moment but there is already a lot of promise. One to watch.