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  1. One feature I really think is interesting is how they have atom feeds for the search results as well. This can be powerful for tracking certain topics that are of interest to you across many different services. I feel like this can be compared to the twitter tracker feature although that is more oriented towards sending alerts via IM.

  2. One feature I really think is interesting is how they have atom feeds for the search results as well. This can be powerful for tracking certain topics that are of interest to you across many different services. I feel like this can be compared to the twitter tracker feature although that is more oriented towards sending alerts via IM.

  3. I absolutely love everything about FriendFeed. It’s everything the Facebook feed should be. I wish I could swap them hahah.

  4. I absolutely love everything about FriendFeed. It’s everything the Facebook feed should be. I wish I could swap them hahah.

  5. Search also provides a solution to the issue of all of the different discussions that might be launched from a single artifact. Let’s say that someone writes a blog post – this launches a discussion. Someone else shares is in a Google Reader feed – this launches a separate discussion. Someone else tags it in del.icio.us, etc. If you search on the title of the blog post, you can find all of the different FriendFeed discussions that have been started because of that original artifact.

  6. Search also provides a solution to the issue of all of the different discussions that might be launched from a single artifact. Let’s say that someone writes a blog post – this launches a discussion. Someone else shares is in a Google Reader feed – this launches a separate discussion. Someone else tags it in del.icio.us, etc. If you search on the title of the blog post, you can find all of the different FriendFeed discussions that have been started because of that original artifact.

  7. Do you know if the API is going to be read only? I’m building my own RSS reader because I couldn’t keep up with the way the current crop of readers force you to read articles by feed or chronological. check it out at tubejumper dot com.

    I’ve got a button that lets me post to twitter, jaiku and tumblr. I’d love to be able to put in a share button that let’s me share via the API like the “Share Something” form does.

  8. Do you know if the API is going to be read only? I’m building my own RSS reader because I couldn’t keep up with the way the current crop of readers force you to read articles by feed or chronological. check it out at tubejumper dot com.

    I’ve got a button that lets me post to twitter, jaiku and tumblr. I’d love to be able to put in a share button that let’s me share via the API like the “Share Something” form does.