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A Retrospective on the 10th Anniversary of Lifestream Blog

The Birth of Lifestreams I created Lifestream Blog on March 17, 2007. The initial purpose of the site was to be a resource for people who wanted to aggregate personal content onto their own page. This included original content (blog posts, videos, photos), social media (Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, etc.) along with activity on sites (listens, likes, …

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My Experience and Highlights from the 2013 Quantified Self Global Conference

I’ve just returned from the 2013 Quantified Self Global Conference and my experience was quite amazing. I have attended several of the QS Los Angeles meetups but this was the first time I went to one of the official conferences. It was held at the beautiful Golden Gate Club at the Presidio in San Francisco. …

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Basis Announces an Open Data Aggregation and Insights Platform

Today I read on TechCrunch about the $11.75 Million Basis raised to build what they are calling a “health data hub”. It states that Basis is working to create a central repository for our data from other devices to flow into so it can glean insights by analyzing all of the data in one location. …

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Dynamic Self Hosted Lifestream with Pulldown Menu Using MyBlogLog and FriendFeed API

I recently wrote about the Lifestream mashup Wally J Punsapy created. Well he’s at it again. This time he’s modified his self hosted Lifestream to use either FriendFeed or MyBlogLog to dynamically generate the page via dropdown menu. He wrote about it here and you can check it out here. The dropdown menu is on …

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How to Display Lifestream Activity Using the MyBlogLog API

I read about the limited beta release of the MyBlogLog API over at Kent Brewster’s website. Kent points out that in the API they’ve introduced functionality related to the outside communities you setup within your MyBlogLog profile. If you haven’t taken a look at your MyBlogLog profile in a while, or aren’t sure if you’ve …

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