2012 was a year where I began covering some broader areas. While I continue to follow services that do social aggregation as well as services that leverage social data, I continue to focus quite a bit more on personal data as well. I’ve been following sensing devices that focus on gathering data to help improve […]
Quite a bit has happened in the world of social magazine apps and services since my roundup earlier in March. We have seen many of the existing players evolve and several new ones enter the game all whilst the market continues to grow rapidly. Flipboard, came out of the gate last year with not only
I recorded a step by step guide on how to create a group of Google Plus users using Google Reader and then view their posts in the popular Flipboard iPad app. This is made possible by an app on appspot that’s available here (Update: previous app is no longer available but there’s a new one here.
If you’ve been reading my blog over the last year you probably know that I’ve spent quite a bit of time writing and thinking about social content readers. Actually, I’m pretty obsessed with them. I’ve been thinking about this for a long time and last year finally posted my thoughts on the features and functionality
Since early last year I’ve been most excited about the prospect of a service to bring me the perfect “social content reader”. I wrote about what I’d like to see in such a reader, but in a nutshell it would provide me with content daily based on all the items shared by the users I
So before I started to think about how Lifestreaming evolved in 2010 I went back to read what I wrote about 2009. Sadly enough I’d say that I almost feel the exact same way. Lifestreaming, or what this site originally set out to cover, as the act of aggregating content from multiple services in a