Firefox: If you feel like you've accumulated so many virtual inboxes — email, social networks, media sites — that you're never able to keep on top of them, Poyozo aims to help you collect and organise the various data streams from your virtual life.
Poyozo is a Firefox extension that turns Firefox into a universal inbox for your virtual life. Poyozo pulls in contacts, calendar entries, notes, photos and more, from dozens of services like Gmail and GCal, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and more. Not only does Poyozo aggregate this enormous pile of data but it organises it and even gives you statistics on your activities. The number of emails sent, web pages visited, photos uploaded, tweets sent and more are just a few of the variables it can track.
As someone who has long pined for, complained about, and ranted over the lack of universal inboxes I was really pleased with Poyozo during our test run. If your digital life revolves around the dozens of popular applications and tools it interfaces with you'll be hard pressed to find a more fluid way to combine multiple service dashboards and information into one place. Poyozo is free and requires Firefox 3.6 or greater.