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WordPress Tapestry Theme Using Post Formats Which is Perfect for Lifestreaming

I was excited with the release of WordPress 3.1 which added the Post Formats feature. This provides the ability to create themes for customized display of content based on new types of content that you create. Sure there were hacks to do this before, but now that it’s supported natively there will be many new …

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Progress on the Open Web is Finally Reaching a Tipping Point

Today provided several serendipitous stories which is what led me to write this post along with its headline. I’ll start with some of my own observations. One of the biggest barriers towards allowing a simpler and more fluid Lifestreaming experience is the lack of open standards. While creating a Lifestream has become a fairly simple …

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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 News Roundup for November 20th

Using Friendfeed as a Lifestream within WordPress – A nice guide providing details just as the title suggests Using CouchDB with Django – Info on creating a Lifestream using Django and a schemaless database using CouchDB Feedalizr Review: Lifestreaming on the Desktop – Review of Air app that supports several services including Twitter, Jaiku, and …

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