Project Steve Guttenberg is a PHP-driven diary/journal/blogging application that integrates seamlessly into an existing Web site. It provides many of the core features (including comments, trackbacks, RSS 2.0, tags, and searching) and administrative controls (all Web-based) of other, larger systems, but doesn't use a database, is XHTML 1.1-compliant and its look can be completely customized via CSS. It can easily be scaled to host several journal sites with a single installation.
The Scout Portal Toolkit (SPT) is a turnkey software package that allows groups or organizations who have collections of knowledge or resources they want to share via the Web to put that collection online without a big investment in technical resources. It includes keyword and fielded search engines, a recommender system, a metadata editor, user agents (push technology to notify users of new resources), forums (bulletin boards), resource quality ratings, resource annotations by users, and support for multiple dynamic user interfaces, selectable on a per-user basis.
ProjectForum is a commercially supported, high quality wiki collaboration server for small and medium workgroups. It runs securely on an organization's own network, keeping important information safely in-house and protected. Supporting multiple workgroups from a single server, it features full version control, secure authentication options, document management, full branding support, and much more. ProjectForum is affordable, easy to set up, easy to learn, and easy to use for any workgroup.
Web Site Robot is an easy to use Web site builder with a blog tool, shopping cart, and online photo album. It is free and does not require additional software, HTML, programming, or a hosting company. It enables secure online payments with credit cards. There is virtually unlimited storage space for HTML, documents, blogs, photos, music, videos, or any multimedia content.
Lame Node System is a Web-based idea repository. It is aimed at people wishing to set up a personal site without the hassles of detailed Web page maintenance. It supports user accounts, flexible HTML theming, and several types of "nodes" (HTML input, files/external links, and pictures).
Pivot is a tool to create weblogs (and to some extent other dynamic Web sites). Pivot is easy to setup, easier to maintain, and even easier to work with. It is template based and fully adaptable to your wishes. Language packs are supported. It is easy to upload and include pictures with your log entries. There is a comment system that remembers your visitors. Automagic archiving can be done by week or month. Stylesheets are used extensively. All data is stored in flat files, so no databases are required.
ThingamaBlog is a cross-platform, standalone blogging application written in Java. Basic features include the ability to maintain multiple blogs, the ability to easily manage lots of entries, customizable templates, find, edit, and delete entries functions, 'Quick Tags' for on the fly HTML editing, customizable archiving options, the ability to organize entries by category, previewing of entries in HTML or in plain text, and one-click publishing.