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On the Evolution of Blogging and the Role of Lifestreaming

Image courtesy of Flickr user Colin Purrington Several events as of late have cause many folks to celebrate a resurgence in blogs. The events of FriendFeed being purchased by Facebook and the demise of Tr.im (although it was resurected) have everyone questioning their trust in storing data on services controlled by others. Chris Saad shouts …

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Splashing Through a New Lifestreaming Script Called Puddle

Puddle is a self hosted lifestreaming script created as a side project from mobile game developer, OrangePascal. Puddle is simple to setup with no need for a database and can get you quickly up and running with it’s easy to use interface. This script—being young—still has a few hurdles to get over, but it’s promising feature-set could lead to an excellent self-hosted lifestreaming solution.

Lifestreaming Mashup Software Kakuteru Inspired by SweetCron and Powered by FriendFeed

There’s an interesting new Lifestreaming software coming called Kakuteru. Dominiek ter Heide speaks of how he was inspired by a Yongfook presentation of SweetCron which prompted him to create this new open source Ruby on Rails development project that sounds like the Lifestreaming equivalent of Frankenstein but in a good way. From what I can …

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