After reading a recent post by Steven Hodson it made me think some more about the dreaded ‘echo chamber’ and its effects. In my opinion, the echo chamber is what you make it. Chances are you’ve isolated yourself on Twitter, or FriendFeed, or dare I say, even Facebook. This is understandably so, we have only …
Guy Kawasaki has recently come up with a new Alltop list of FriendFeeders called Frienderati. It’s very unclear as to how this list was generated; but one thing’s for sure — it wasn’t based on how active they are. Tony Hung doesn’t get it either.
No one can stop talking about FriendFeed. Obviously, that includes me. After all, there are so many ways to interact in FriendFeed and with a never-ending stream of content, the possibilities are almost limitless. This has enabled some users to find innovative ways of using FriendFeed; here I list the five that stand out.
FriendFeed is a great service for finding and sharing information and generating discussions. However, not all users are equal when it comes to their level of participation. I’ll show you what I mean by looking by looking at where comments are being made and what their objectives are.
Disqus, IntenseDebate, and SezWho. 3 commenting systems that currently don’t work together, but here’s how they could.
Firefox is a huge part of what I do as a web designer (aka Pixel Pimp) and a Social Media Skank. Along the way I’ve gone through my fair share of crappy addons while keeping the ones I found most helpful. Here’s a list of the 18 addons I’ve kept around; hopefully you can find …
Just when you thought this topic was dead, I’m here to drudge it back up again. I’ve attempted to analyze my commenting behaviour; I want to explain the situations in which I’m more likely to comment on original blog posts versus on FriendFeed.