Lifestream Posts & Pages for January 15th 2008

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  1. We can agree to disagree on the importance of life caching – but without accurate and long term archiving of data (life caching) – the lifestream setups most people currently will only be fleeting since most use RSS feeds in a transitional phase of their life stream. As the RSS feed items expire they are removed from the lifestream. Even sites like dandelife.com that does the best job of storing data for a lifestream only keeps transitional data from the auxiliary streams and eventually it expires.

  2. Around lifecaching ; I work to give mYLastRSS ability to keep long time cached items of feed.
    That’s mean I could display old entries on LiFE-Line instead these entries are not in source feeds.

    But lifestream may fight against difficulties that lifecaching don’t know ; sharing 24/24/7/7 for several readers at same time… That’s why lifestream can’t reports more than lifecaching.

    And true question is : What’s you want ? Share choosen and recents bits of your life with lifestream, or keep for yourself hudge sum of personal data with lifecaching ?

  3. Random thought… Someone really needs to update Wikipedia’s entry on lifestreaming… it’s totally focused on dramatic lifecasting examples like Justin TV.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lifestreaming

    Love your blog by the way!

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