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Friendfeed

Friendfeed is a growing lifestream and social networking website.

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When will Google+ allow people to add their own feeds?
Reclaim your lifestream feeds with SweetCron software
More Friendfeed tips – video 3
Friendfeed and Social Objects
Friendfeed for microblogging – a screencast video

When will Google+ allow people to add their own feeds?

When if at all, will Google+ allow people to add their own RSS feeds? Friendfeed took off when rooms were added, harnessing the power of the so-called social interest graph, but it started to lose appeal again when they allowed … Continue reading

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Reclaim your lifestream feeds with SweetCron software

How significant is SweetCron for lifestreaming and Web2.0 Every now and then some new idea or process or thing pops up that isn’t a slow burn, it jumps out and says “Hey, this is the way to GO”. Friendfeed was … Continue reading

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More Friendfeed tips – video 3

Four more tips for getting to grips with FriendFeed In this third video of the series I show four simple techniques for delving further into the productive use of Friendfeed as a social media tool. So this being a Friday, … Continue reading

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Friendfeed and Social Objects

In this second screencast video about Friendfeed, I talk about the way Friendfeed uses social object theory to add stickiness to imported feeds. There’s also a discussion of Friendfeed rooms, and a reply to Linda Hartley‘s question about the first … Continue reading

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Friendfeed for microblogging – a screencast video

Friendfeed is more than just a clever lifestream aggregator for all your other applications, it’s also a micro blogging platform in its own right. Here’s a screencast video I made to show how. In the next screencast video of this … Continue reading

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Thanks for reading Andy Roberts articles about Friendfeed on the DARnet Blog