I came across this nice visual Lifestream created by Gareth Paul Jones. Here’s a post where he provides both the Yahoo Pipe he created for it as well as the source for the custom code he used so you can create your own as well. You can see the Lifestream here.
Yesterday I wrote about Swurl but today found a great new feature I hadn’t seen during my original testing of the service. I had added my Last.fm account but it hadn’t imported my “loved” tracks yet. Today when I revisited I was very surprised to find what it does when importing your tracks. Here’s an
Today I started thinking about how cool it would be if I could see the locations of my Twitter friends on a Map. After spending some time Googling for such a tool I was only able to find one, and interestingly enough it only became available a few days ago. I came across this post
I got an email from Terri Ann yesterday telling me about how she had stumbled onto a Lifestream on a site she had visited and felt compelled to create her own. Well her effort is very impressive with some unique visual presentations worth checking out. Her footer shows the different sources that make up her
Lifestream Posts & Pages for August 12th 2007: Aggregating myself with Yahoo! Pipes – Download Squad – Here’s a guide you can use to create a single aggregated RSS feed which you could use for your Lifestream using Yahoo Pipes Blah, Blah! Technology: Social Networks: mobile micro-blogging – Some thoughts on Lifestreaming while being mobile