Month: April 2009

Microsoft Continues Lifestreaming Initiative with Additional Sites Supported for Windows Live

Tonight I read over on SEO and Tech Daily that the Windows Live blog reported yesterday that they have now completed a rollout that has added a significant number of new sites that can now display web activities on your profile page. You just need to visit http://profile.live.com/WebActivities/ to configure which ones you want to add. There are 20 …

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How to Edit Your Facebook Privacy Settings to Share Your Profile with Everyone

Today marked a huge day at Facebook as they have decided to open up their data stream via API to developers. Another major development and a step to an open standard for Lifestreaming was the simultaneous announcement that Facebook was supporting Activity Streams. Of course they didn’t totally open things up and ReadWriteWeb provided details …

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Splashing Through a New Lifestreaming Script Called Puddle

Puddle is a self hosted lifestreaming script created as a side project from mobile game developer, OrangePascal. Puddle is simple to setup with no need for a database and can get you quickly up and running with it’s easy to use interface. This script—being young—still has a few hurdles to get over, but it’s promising feature-set could lead to an excellent self-hosted lifestreaming solution.