Friend Feed.. what’s the buzz?


Some of my twitter friends have recommended that i try out friendfeed.  But when I mention it to some people they kinda have this frown on their heads, so i said well why not post it here and give people the chance to see what it is all about.

What is friendfeed?

Friend Feed is a Web 2.0 feed amalgamation site that allows you and others to comment on your online activities. There’s an easy registration. You log on, add as many feeds as you’d like, then connect with your friends.

The goal of FriendFeed is to make content on the Web more relevant and useful for you by using your existing social network as a tool for discovering interesting information. You get a customized feed made up of the content that your friends shared – from news articles to family photos to interesting links and videos. And your friends get their customized feeds, full of the cool stuff that you’ve shared.

Why should you use FriendFeed?
It’s open: FriendFeed automatically imports shared stuff from sites across the web, making all the sites you already use a little more social.

It’s flexible: FriendFeed requires as much effort as you want to put in. You can use it just as a way to see what your friends are up to – browsing and reading the stuff they share, or you can actively share your own items and leave comments and have discussions with your friends. There are also lots of ways to access and display your FriendFeed.

And it’s easy to get started: There’s nothing to install, and you can share stuff on your feed as soon as you sign up. Light-weight conversations naturally sprout up around shared items and you can even get introduced to interesting news from friends of your friends.

So if you have so many activities online, why don’t you give it a try? and don’t forget to add me to your subscriber list


~ by mistybelardo-mcpadden on January 25, 2009.

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