Tips for Real Time Web working on new friendfeed

Here’s some tips I’ve learned after using the new friendfeed for a while: 1. Turn it off. There’s no way to be productive doing something else while the stream is moving and distracting you. Two ways to turn it off: 1. close the browser. That’s brute force method. 2. Push the “pause button” at the … Continue reading Tips for Real Time Web working on new friendfeed

New friendfeed: Twitter that moves? Facebook filtering before Facebook?

Techcrunch has it up. Go see the new version. It’s wild. More details coming shortly. What I like about it: Display is quite different, it no longer shows icons of aggregated services but instead looks more like Twitter. Real-time. It’s all realtime. You can direct message people who are following you. There’s greatly improved filtering … Continue reading New friendfeed: Twitter that moves? Facebook filtering before Facebook?

New Feedly combines Google Reader, friendfeed, Twitter in great way for social network addicts

Edwin Khodabakchian founder of Feedly yesterday showed me why Feedly is cool (I recorded him telling me about what makes Feedly special and demoing these new features): it combines inputs from Google Reader, friendfeed, twitter, and elsewhere to make an interesting news display, but now it also — as you surf around the web — … Continue reading New Feedly combines Google Reader, friendfeed, Twitter in great way for social network addicts