- Making sense of lifestreaming | Lisa Brewster – “The premise for I Did Stuff lies in the belief that we’re tracking so many aspects of our life now that computers need to not only make sense of this data for our own use, but also use it to deliver status on demand.”
- WayOfPearls – Twitter-like Version of Upcoming for Social Planning | Profy – A microblogging-style tool for social planning that is a supplement to Lifestreaming service Social Oyster
- ‘Lifestreaming’ Organizes Web Lives – Health and Science – CBN News – Some thoughts on the benefits of Lifestreaming
- My FriendFeed presentation from MIT/Stanford Venture Lab – Bret Taylor’s blog – Includes the presentation and associated info
- Review: Lifestreaming sites can organize Web lives – Associated Press – Mainstream news story by the AP with Info on several Lifestreaming services
- The Walrus Blogs » A Bigger Algorithm » Web 2.0 Museum Re: Lifestreaming “We are all waiting for a bigger algorithm. A denser, more comprehensive model than what Google changed the Internet with. I am quite ready to stop telling my computer what I am doing, and preparing to have it know what I want”
- Hands on: Strands, a lifestream with a brain – Review of the Strands Lifestreaming service from Ars Technica
- Strands Community Blog » ANNOUNCEMENT: Operation oOo is now Operation mainSTREAM – Strands discusses a plan for getting its service and in turn Lifestreaming adopted by the mainstream
- Ambient awareness, lifestreams and personal storytelling. Will it change my relation to You? — Klastrup’s Cataclysms – Some interesting thoughts on Lifestreaming and I love the term “Ambient Awareness”
- Swimming Upstream: 5 Professions That Need LifeStream and Don’t Even Know It | TopTenREVIEWS Blog
- Bytes of Life – washingtonpost.com – Article discussing the many ways and services that allow us to track pieces of our lives that can be used to create a Lifestream.
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