one stop digital shop

I haven’t yet worked out how Julian gets his blog entries to appear on Facebook but it works. Several times I’ve picked up on something there that I’d have otherwise missed. The idea that you have a single thread like FriendFeed capturing and sharing all your activity online makes sense. So how long before you have a single place in which to conduct all your online activity? In a digital world, where a multiplicity of separate activities can be bought together under a single URL, then maintaining a multitude of Web 2.0 type applications in the first place is starting to feel a bit old fashioned.

This was going to be a post about the residents (digital natives) and visitors (digital immigrants) debate that I picked up from Julian but as this stands well on its own I’ll blog about that next time.

One Reply to “one stop digital shop”

  1. I use Facebook’s notes application.

    If you go into the notes app in Facebook, There’s an option to import from a blog. You just paste the feed from your blog into the dialog box!

    As I recall it took a day or two before it started to work, but as you say it is quite effective.

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