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lifestreaming

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AOL embraces Twitter, Facebook with AIM Lifestream

Multiple-platform suite will let people read and write updates for several social-networking services via AOL's instant messenger.

By September 15, 2009

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Lifestream Backup archives your online life

You use a lot of social services, but what if one of them goes down? Lifestream Backup covers you by automatically backing up your data from a handful of popular services.

By June 19, 2009

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AOL upgrades Bebo with Lifestream and more

Bebo gets better integration with other social services, though not all of the announced enhancements will be available to users immediately.

By February 23, 2009

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Lifestreaming in Obamaland

The technologies that helped Obama reach the White House are going to make the president-elect's life more transparent and scrutinized than any previous White House occupant.

By November 21, 2008

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Confirmed: Mister Wong acquires Lifestream.fm

German social-bookmarking site makes purchase to get a foot in the hot "social feed" market, representatives tell CNET News.com.

By April 30, 2008

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Rumor: Social bookmarking site Mister Wong acquires Lifestream.fm?

There's no indication of why Mister Wong, a European site that resembles a blend between Delicious and StumbleUpon, would want the FriendFeed-like Lifestream.fm.

By April 29, 2008

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Escape from social network frenzy?

From FriendFeed to Pulse and Digsby, there's no shortage of sites that want to help you make sense of it all. Meet the "lifestreamer."

By March 31, 2008

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Facebook mini-feeds get hungrier: Yelp, Picasa, Flickr, Delicious

The social-networking site now allows members to pull in their feeds from those four services without installing a third-party application.

By April 15, 2008

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Plaxo, Google's OpenSocial, and the effect of openness

Opening up has been good for Plaxo. Imagine that.

By November 20, 2007

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Confirmed: AOL will acquire Socialthing

Start-up social aggregator, which competes with the more-buzzed-about FriendFeed, will become part of AOL's People Networks division.

By August 14, 2008