Blist, the easy to use, web-based “database for the rest of us” is growing some pretty nifty social sharing features.
Users can now share access to Blists with a permission structure that controls whether the blist is public or private, and who is able to change the data. It’s even possible for several users to edit a shared Blist simultaneously.
The structure of Blists can also be shared and used as templates when creating new databases. For example, instead of starting from scratch when designing a todo list you can search Blist for other people’s designs and pick the one best suited to your needs.