Month: October 2009

Pimp Your SweetCron with Multi-User Functionality, an iPhone Compatible Theme, and more

If you’re not familiar with SweetCron, it’s a very popular opensource web app that was allows you to self-host your own Lifestream. Released just over a year ago, and developed by web designer Yongfook, it was designed with beautiful aesthetics in mind. It has become one of the most popular Lifestreaming apps out there for …

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The Secret Sauce Behind Steve Rubel’s Lifestream Workflow and Revamp of Mine

I have recently decided to seriously spend some time focusing on how to improve my Lifestreaming workflow.  I have found that creating an effective workflow is one of the most challenging aspects of Lifestreaming. I don’t feel my current method is very good and needed to change. There are many variables that will determine your …

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Digital Cultures Course at University of Edinburgh Focused on Lifestreaming

There is a course that just began at the the University of Edinburgh on “E-learning and Digital Cultures“. It is a very interesting course that requires all students to create and maintain a Lifestream. Here’s a snippet from the outline of the course content The course will be organised in three blocks. Learning activities throughout …

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