I don’t know about you, but I bookmark things in del.icio.us, put my videos on YouTube, photos on Flickr, share my quick thoughts on Twitter, and then blog at Teach42 and here, and really that’s just the short list of where I’m maintaining a presence online. It’s hard enough for me to keep track of, let alone my wife, parents or friends.
That’s I’m trying out FriendFeed right now. It gives them one place to check to see what I’m doing across just about all of my social sites. The end result is a steady stream of everything that I’m doing, as I’m doing it, regardless of the site. You can also subscribe to other people’s FriendFeeds and see what’s going on amongst your friends all in one steady stream. Of course, you can subscribe to those feeds via RSS, but I can see how that could get overwhelming really quickly.
I’m planning on passing the URL around to some of my non-Web2.0 friends to see if they actually visit it to keep up. We’ll see what the results are in a few weeks. But this could be a great way to bring a class blog page, Flickr account, YouTube account and bookmarks all together into one central location for parents to keep an eye on.
What do you think? Have legs or just another flash in the pan? There’s a few other competitors just waiting in the wings already!