A new one to me was Storify. The idea is you compile content from other sites such as Youtube, Twitter and blogs to create a story. It's an interesting concept and helps to make sense of the slew of information that gets published around news stories. It can be used to present contrasting reports of the same event, bring together different strands of complex news stories or compile a selection of tweets and blog posts into a coherent discussion on a topic.
On the other hand it could encourage a culture where journalists spend all day in front of the computer redistributing content rather than getting outside and reporting news first hand. Nick Davis from The Guardian who gave a talk to The NUJ in Brighton last week talked about this comparing it to Plato's Cave - an analogy which describes people living their lives in a cave watching shadows on the wall oblivious to the real world outside.
Overall Storify is a powerful tool which has gained credibility with users including The BBC, The National Geographic and The Whitehouse.
Here's my first story documenting the news that Metallica are to play Antarctica.