Things are running uber-smoothly for Uber.com, the sophisticated new social networking and media sharing community that I clicked through several months ago. The sleekly designed, user-friendly site offers innovative functions and features currently unrivaled by other popular social networking sites. Not only can users discover, publish, collect, store and share all forms of content (e.g. art, photos, videos, blogs and bookmarks) all in one place but the site also provides them with capabilities to consolidate, manage and store profiles, pages and media from YouTube, Flickr, MySpace, and Facebook all in one place. In other words, Uber is a virtual library where users can store their digital footprints.