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We Need an Open and Federated Social Network. Even Facebook’s Paul Buchheit Said So.

I’ve been somewhat following the whole Facebook privacy debacle over the last few weeks with some interest. The very passioned outcry I’ve seen from so many is something I didn’t expect. I agree that any social network that offer layers of both public and private sharing needs to adhere to some basic principles. They need …

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Storytlr Founders Announce Ambitious One Social Web Project

Today I discovered that Laurent Eschenauer & Alard Weisscher, co-founders of the popular Storytlr Lifestreaming service, have embarked on a very ambitious new project. Storytlr ceased development and was released as open source last December and today we apparently find out why. They’ve now taken on a much larger problem of building a ” free, open, …

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Storytlr Continues Evolution by Adding Pages and Mediastreams

This is a guest post from reader Trae Blain. You can visit his site at traeblain.com. If you are interested in writing a guest post, just head on over to the contact page Storytlr, the lifestreaming service with a twist, has updated their product by introducing “Pages” to their already impressive line of features. Storytlr is a …

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Cory Doctorow on Lifestreaming Contextual Snapshots Using New Tool Flashbake

Yesterday I was listening to the latest TWIT podcast when guest Cory Doctorow started discussing a current project he began working on to annotate and illuminate his creative process while authoring a new book. He does this by taking incremental digital snapshots of his working book file and pulling in other data files at that …

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