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It’s going to be very interesting to see how this all unfolds… I remember when people started emigrating from Friendster to MySpace back in 2003 or 2004. It was very sudden … and it was Friendster’s fault. The site became too slow to even log on. That and the new shiny allowed you to add music and background images!!!! Sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

The conversation about the emigration was even taking place on Friendster …

FriendFeed is being discussed heavily by the geeks and bleeding-edgers. Though it’s a very small group, it is very influential.


We will see how much buzz this site gets over the next two weeks when people return from their vacations.

I remember being riveted by the Wii’s rise on the blogosphere and keeping track of the stats. This is going to be a great case-study if we remember to record it.

I hope I don’t forget that FriendFeed is still only a tadpole in comparison … While I think it will be my nervecenter and could possibly steal some time from my rss aggregators, it hasn’t reached critical mass (or the mainstream) yet. Let’s see when the shark eats the whale

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It’s simple. Google should buy FriendFeed now. The longer they wait, the more the asking price will be. I’m not talking wait Friendster long … but the time is now to buy FriendFeed. If they don’t, Microsoft, AOL or Yahoo! should.

Google’s suite works the best with FriendFeed. The aggregator model of microblogging and lifestreaming is it. I thought it would come in the form of netvibes or iGoogle, but not everyone sees it that way.

PicasaWeb works incredibly well with FriendFeed … maybe just as good as FlickR, but I’m a Picasa guy since the Hello days when FlickR didn’t have a bulk uploader. But back then, just finding a free site to post photos to was tough enough. Yahoo Photos was around but you couldn’t link to any of the photos because the links kept changing. That was also around the same time when blogger stopped offering their Pro level of service which allowed photo storage.

Anyhow. Buy FriendFeed. It’s probably only a couple Billion, what’s the worst that could happen? This gives you the best application to merge all of the services you offer. It’s reactive and preemptive. Do it. Do it.

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