Wired Says You Should Be Lifestreaming Now

Yesterday Wired posted an article titled 6 New Web Technologies of 2008 You Need to Use Now. One of those technologies listed is Lifestraming.

From the story

Sites like FriendFeed, Plaxo Pulse and Digsby serve as social-network-activity aggregators. They’re like virtual funnels. Dump in all the notifications, feeds and updates from your various networks, and the services will bring it all into one master stream, relieving you of the responsibility of visiting a dozen or more sites to learn what your friends are up to, what they’re listening to, who they’re snogging and so on. Controls let you dial back the flow by sorting and filtering the flow, pruning it down to only what matters most.

The other 5 technologies are Identity Management, HTML 5, Firefox 3, Google Chrome, and Location Awareness. You can read the whole story here.

3 thoughts on “Wired Says You Should Be Lifestreaming Now”

  1. Someone on the net asumed that Blogs, Twitter and Co. are dead. But thanks God we got now “Dr. Lifestream” and he reanimated all those “patients” 🙂 A big trend for 2009, so don´t miss Lifestreaming

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