FriendFeed, currently in beta stage, is a new Social Media web service, that lets you track wof the web pages, videos, music, photos your friends and family interact with around the Internet, what people are doing or reading by compiling their RSS feeds, diggs, status messages, and so on.
With FriendFeed, you list the people you want to keep in touch with. They let us know what services they use (e.g., Flickr or Facebook or Picasa Web Albums), and you get a personalized feed of what they are up to. So, if your friend favorites a video on YouTube, you get a link and a thumbnail of the video in your feed. And if your friend likes a news story on Digg, you get a link in your feed. You don't need to install anything to use FriendFeed — our crawling technology automatically picks up all the stuff you do on the web sites you already use with no additional effort on your part.
If you are interested in being a beta tester, you can apply for a Beta sign-in.
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