Google announced today rich text signatures for Gmail. I know some people hate e-mail signatures. I think small, easily ignored if you desire, and most importantly useful signatures are ok. Mine has my name, my Google Voice number, and small links to this blog, my public bookmarks, my Twitter account and a list of my Family Tech columns.
I've used WiseStamp for years to do this. I hate to disable them, but I always look to minimize my Chrome extensions when I can, so I disabled them today and will likely remove them once Google Signatures prove their mettle to me.
Wisestamp can still do many things Google signatures cannot, at least as easily. They have easy links to many popular social networking, and even the ability to have RSS feeds in your signature. For example, my signature could have the last few items from this blog in it.