September 24, 2017

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Friend Feed a Hit with Bloggers

Friend Feed a Hit with Bloggers

Those of you who are seeking out the next “it” social media site may want to take a look at [FriendFeed](http://friendfeed.com). The service allows users to track all of their social media activity in one feed and then follow and interact directly with their friends’ Web 2.0 activity – everything from Twitter, Delicious, blog comments, Facebook, and more.
FriendFeed is sleek, simple, and quickly becoming popular among “[elite](http://scobleizer.com/2008/03/13/loving-my-friendfeed/)” bloggers. However, it is not without some controversy. TechCrunch [argues](http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/03/14/friendfeed-is-this-years-twitter-but-why/) that FriendFeed is just “another service in a sea of similar startups.” The popular tech blog sees the service as a flawed and limited. Although others, like [Louis Gray](http://www.louisgray.com/live/2008/03/duncan-riley-misses-point-of-friendfeed.html), argue that FriendFeed separates itself by facilitating user interaction and a growing community.

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