Tag Archives: FriendFeed

FriendFeed real-time search. We have it. It’s here

FriendFeed Blog – “One of the coolest things about FriendFeed is how you can see everything that’s happening on the site in real-time. Starting today, this is even more true with real-time search.”

And, of course, RSS goodness.

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Working the Social: Twitter and FriendFeed

Library Journal – “Information overload is so five years ago, but the problem it describes is all too real. Fortunately, there's hope yet for the savvy librarian: Twitter and FriendFeed turn information dissemination on its head, using friends and subscribers as a filter for the best, most credible, and most engaging information out there. As Clay Shirky said at the Web 2.0 Expo keynote in January, the problem isn't “information overload. It's filter failure.”

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FriendFeed puts location in a bit more context by auto-adding maps to the stream

VentureBeat – “FriendFeed quietly rolled out a pretty cool new feature tonight. Now, when you update a service that has location information included in it, such as Brightkite, a Google Map image of your location will be placed below the update.”

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FriendFeed solves noise problem with redesign, duplicate roll-up

Webware –  “On Thursday afternoon social aggregator FriendFeed pushed out its new look to all its users”

And it’s really user friendly, as we all come to expect from FF.

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Science Blogging 2008

They’ve got a FriendFeed room

So cool!  Look at all the conversations.  (via)

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