Category Archives: social network aggregator

Our fear of not being there when it happens

Several posts drew my attention the past few days. Their scope entilily different, but the underlying social behavior seems to be the same. First there was Robert Scoble writing about “Not productive enough? Turn off the Internet”. He has been … Continue reading

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Why I don’t like Friendfeed as much as I wanted, it lacks intention

Webware writes about Friendfeed this morning. A quote from the article that drew my attention: The vision FriendFeed is currently a “social-network aggregator.” It picks up the stuff you do online and tells your friends about it, saving them the … Continue reading

Posted in Bret Taylor, Facebook, Friendfeed, interaction, Paul Buchheit, social network aggregator, Twitter | Tagged , , , , , , | 24 Comments