FriendFeed, the lifestreaming app that aggregates all of your social feeds together. FriendFeed first came to our attention in early February, when Sean Ammirati interviewed the founders on our podcast show ReadWriteTalk. At the end of February FriendFeed officially launched, then at SXSW it gained momentum, and by the end of last week it was officially hot - when blogger Louis Gray noted that many "elite bloggers" were using it. So, let's run a poll to see how many RWW readers are using it.Last week was arguably a tipping point for
And there is certainly no shame in not using it, because frankly many people still view Twitter as a waste of time - and FriendFeed is like Twitter on steroids. If you're unfamiliar with FriendFeed, Blake Robinson explained it here on RWW: "In FriendFeed, friends create accounts and add all of their independent feeds from blogs, bookmarking, music services etc. Then the service aggregates your friends' feeds into one concise stream. It currently supports 28 services ranging from Amazon Wishlists to Zooomr photos to more common feeds like Twitter, Facebook and Flickr."