How To Add FriendFeed To Technorati

You can add your FriendFeed account to Technorati, and there are various possible methods.

Go to your account on Technorati, and use the URL for your personal lifestream on FriendFeed to start the claim process.

FriendFeed Flaws – The Wrong Kind Of Attention Grabbing

lumps or clumps of content

I did mention FriendFeed in a recent Blogcatalog post regarding their activity widgets, and have been looking at it in a little more depth.

There are lots of posts about how wonderful it is, or pointless but very few delving into some of the flaws or missing features. I know they have support and feedback on Google Groups… but I hate Google Groups, and the feedback from the groups isn’t necessarily making it out into the blogosphere.

I Totally Failed Rich Schefren But Kathy Sierra Returning

When one of your mentors gives you the opportunity to really help them, that is the time you should move mountains to achieve results.

Rich Schefren really wanted to get in contact with Kathy Sierra – he mentioned this privately to me on a call last November – I didn’t get any immediate results to enquiries I made with a few online friends, and December was a time of turmoil for me – moving house, no internet connection, no telephone.

13 Year Old Wisdom

My life has been pretty hectic for the last few weeks, the good news is that young Timothy is now “home” and final paperwork we have been informed will just be a formality, and will be completed much quicker than we hoped.

So What Have I Done Wrong Now Google?

The restoration of my green pixel’s didn’t last long (just 1 week), and probably wasn’t a full restoration anyway.

I had this feeling that PR5 was “Google Probation” as my link growth has been continuing and my Google Directory listing suggested PR6.

Exclusive: Activity SocialStream Goes Portable With Blogcatalog

Blogcatalog Socialstream Activity Widget

Blogcatalog have introduced a new exciting widget to help keep blog readers connected with your other activities.

Many bloggers look on their activity on social networks, social news and microblogging sites as an extension of their blog. For instance I look on my Stumbleupon blog as an ideal way to publish asides, or as a legitimate way to share cool content without having to worry about copyright issues that might be associated with sharing RSS items using Google Reader.
I am not a big fan of posts that are just a big links roundup.