So, two and a half weeks ago I announced the release of YackTrack.com, a service meant to show the distributed conversations occurring on the internet. The coverage and feedback for the tool have been fantastic so far. Given that there was such a good initial response, I decided to take YackTrack into further development. The […]

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It took all day to get really good information, but Google announced its Friend Connect service. My impression of the announcement is best stated by the immortal words of gamers everywhere, meh. This was a strange announcement for Google. First, they leaked enough information in the days leading up that it sounded like it was […]

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I am not sure if I can be truly termed an early adopter, but I am using sites that early adopters are using. I wrote about FriendFeed in my last post. Today I am writing about Twitter. I was going to write how Twitter would not gain mainstream acceptance. Then, I saw the article on […]

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As I sat down to write this post, I reviewed FriendFeed to see if anything new popped up. Not surprisingly, a new post from Jeff Nolan had been shared regarding the future of RSS. Rather interesting timing considering I am thinking about replacing my RSS reader with FriendFeed, and that was my planned topic for […]

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As I watched FriendFeed and Twitter scroll by with updates about social media, lifestreaming and the mainstream, I realized something. I think the “early adopters” are wrong. For lack of a better option, I am lumping myself in this group as well. As usual, Louis Gray has a fantastic post about lifestreaming and participation. Today, […]

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