I stumbled across this neat site called Clipperz a few weeks back. On the surface, it's "a free and anonymous online password manager". This was immediately interesting to me because I'd really like to find a (secure!) web-based password manager.
More and more lately, I've been trying to find web apps that can replace the desktop applications I use on a daily basis. It's just so incredibly convenient to have the portability to be able to do everything you need from inside a web-browser, and more importantly to have the persistent-state data stored on the server-side rather than on each individual machine I use throughout the day. I'm already a huge fan of webapps like del.icio.us (for tracking all my bookmarks) and Google Reader (for all my RSS aggregation and reading needs), and finding a web-based password manager would be ideal. It really becomes a chore remembering what username or e-mail address I registered with at various websites: Amazon, eBay, Newegg, Google, Yahoo, credit cards, travel sites, online bill pay, banks, etc. (Oy!) It's just a lot of identities to juggle. I've thought about using KeePass or something, but that's a desktop app and I'd have to keep my database in-sync between work and home.