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lifestreaming
September 6, 2007, 5:02 am
Filed under: Digital culture, Emergent media, Geek stuff, lifestreaming

there’s been a lot of chat about ‘lifestreaming’ of late, so what is it? well in its simplest form it’s an aggregated view of all your life activities online. it’s a collection of all the ways you communicate, connect and cache your life online. 

in it’s simplest form it’s a chronological aggregated view of your life activities both online and offline. it is only limited by the content and sources that you use to define it. most people that create them choose a few sources based on sites that track our activities such as del.icio.us (bookmarking), flickr (photos we take) youtube (videos that we make) etc…then you can either find software to host your own, or find sites that provide a platform for you.

these social network aggregators are a relatively new breed of applications which try to consolidate all our various social networking profiles into one, check it out.

source :: lifestream

abrief example of my lifestream can be found at natuba

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So is a lifestream just like a bank of all your “online lives”?…interesting

Comment by John

Lifestreaming is really all about your current ‘online lives’ but there’s a whole breed of new genealogy style websites which track your entire life story online via blogging, video, photos etc (all in the one site) which is stored in a “vault” to which your entire family can contribute. Like a permanent record online….not sure I feel about that yet but interesting nonetheless…

Comment by Nari




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