Lifestreaming Lite at

I came across via Digg and knew it had Lifestreaming written all over it. I like the simple approach with regards to adding & displaying feeds. The home page provides an aggregate view of all users activity along with stats and a tagcloud. Too bad it currently only supports four feeds including, digg, flickr, and twitter. It also is offered as a Facebook application.

Here’s a quote from the blog about the inspiration for creating the site:

Welcome to my little side project! This site sprang forth out of my frustration with both social networks and my increasingly disparate collection of online activity. I wondered to myself why the social networking sites were such silos. Why should I post my photos, blog entries, interesting websites, etc. when I already have a flickr/delicious/digg/twitter account? It just didn’t make sense.

My page is here

Update 6/3/07 – They just added support for

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  1. does anyone know of any open source social networking aggregation sites?

  2. Hi Mark, thanks much. very helpful…seems like motion can provide single sign in access that would allow the user to see friend's profiles across multiple social networks. thanks again. also looking for a super smart developer that could help me on a project in this space. any ideas?

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I created Lifestream Blog and hope you enjoy the site. I'm always looking for contributors so contact me if you're interested. You can follow the rest of what I like to write about at my personal site or follow me on Twitter, Facebook, or Google+
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