Getting out on the social web, and taking part of the conversation and action-driven flows out there is one of the core parts of the leverage done to the "sustainopreneurial moment".
Thus, the "interface to and from the web" gets of central importance. For me, it's the browser and connections to the services used.
After my hard drive broke down the other month, and living on borrowed laptops during repair and then getting a new hard drive into my main tool, I deliberately made the choice to share my "reboot process" - i. e. what I installed, and when. In real time. This can be followed on twitter with the tag #slicereboot (I have shared before on my personal blog http://andersabrahamsson.me).
Now, I customized the bookmark toolbar on my Firefox 3.6 browser. Click to enlarge, and I highlight the following parts;
1. Inboxes - favicons enough to get to my message boards of my choice - Facebook and Yahoo mail (where I have all my other mails aliased - no, I haven't converted to gmail...). And, yes, I veiw the Hootsuite as an Inbox Interface...
2. Admin dashboards - TypePad (Notes... this blog!), Wordpress ("Etwas Anders" - my personal blog), Tumblr (Snapshots from a Sustainopreneur), Posterous (Moments from a Sustainopeneur), Amplify (Conversations from a Sustainopreneur), Twitter and Bit.ly links shared.
3. Then - the output. The "front side" of all the admin dashboards above - all my publishing and conversation streams.
All this work was soundtracked with Markus Schulz, as seen :).
In next browser sharing in the #slicereboot process I will highlight and focus the sharing solutions I've made.