I have been recently asked which tools I think will make it onto next year's Top 100 Tools list. Here are 10 that I think have a good chance.
Cooliris transforms your browser into a lightning fast, cinematic way to discover the Web - Cooliris
Dimdim lets you deliver synchronised live presentations, whiteboards and web pages while sharing voice and video over the Internet, with no download required - Dimdim
Evernote allows you to easily capture information in any environment using whatever device or platform you find most convenient, and makes this information accessible and searchable at any time, from anywhere - Evernote
Friendfeed helps you discover and discuss interesting stuff that your friends and family find on the web - Friendfeed
Posterous is the place to post everything - Posterous
Qik enables you to share your moments live with your friends, family and the world—right from your mobile phone! - Qik
7 Screen Toaster
Screen Toaster lets you record your screen in one click and then embed your videos on your blog or web page - Screen Toaster
Seesmic provides anyone with an innovative way to communicate and connect online through video conversation. Record a video directly on Seesmic's website, mobile phone or upload an existing video straight from your computer or link to a video posted on a social network - Seesmic
Sliderocket lets you quickly make stunning presentations, manage a library of related slides and assets, share them securely with colleagues, and measure how they're used. - Sliderocket
WiZiQ is a place where you can teach and learn using an easy-to-use virtual classroom - WiZiQ
Anyone else want to make a prediction about the tool(s) they think will reach the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009 list? If so, please leave them in a comment below.
10 Jan 2009: See how my predictions did in the 2nd Crunchies Awards
15 Jan 2009: ScreenToaster launches new version and gets lots of good reviews