Presenting Friendfeed – The Why and How of the world’s most powerful social network.

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It’s no secret that I love Friendfeed so naturally I’ve become a bit of a Friendfeed evangelist. Friendfeed is powerful tool but its value is not always readily apparent to new users and the stream of information can be a bit overwhelming to someone uninformed about how to manage Friendfeed. Therefore, I’ve always wanted to create a resource that showcases the features and tools that make Friendfeed such a compelling network.

The catalyst to finally creating this guide to Friendfeed was a gracious opportunity to give a presentation about Friendfeed to a local peer group of web professionals. I could not be more grateful to Refresh Central Arkansas for extending an invitation to speak to some people much brighter than I about a service that I really enjoy. So allow me to welcome you to the centerpiece presentation.

Friendfeed.com – community, content, & conversation

Instead of trying to summarize or reproduce all the information that I’ve collected from other Friendfeed fans I decided the best way was to simply link to these articles. This is the most complete collection of tutorials, guides, videos, and conversations that I’ve ever assembled concerning how and why you should be using Friendfeed, and what better way than to embed them via this Friendfeed post.

I’m just getting started so please stay tuned for more in depth posts on Friendfeed Lists, Friendfeed Groups, and using Friendfeed in unexpected ways.

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6 responses to “Presenting Friendfeed – The Why and How of the world’s most powerful social network.”

  1. Keith, this is a phenomenal resource. Outside of your awesome presentation, you capture the essence of social media by sharing so many wonderful writers' works.

    Just one question: Why did you put your twitter handle above your friendfeed URL? Hah… Nag, nag, nag… I know 😉

    Seriously, this is perhaps one of the best representations of what this is about!

  2. tsudohnimh says:

    Ken Thank you so much. I appreciate your kind words more than you know.

    My hope is that with the presentation and Friendfeed posts this week I can help build a more complete guide to using Friendfeed.

    Thanks again my friend.

  3. Keith, this is a phenomenal resource. Outside of your awesome presentation, you capture the essence of social media by sharing so many wonderful writers' works.

    Just one question: Why did you put your twitter handle above your friendfeed URL? Hah… Nag, nag, nag… I know 😉

    Seriously, this is perhaps one of the best representations of what this is about!

  4. Tsudo says:

    Ken Thank you so much. I appreciate your kind words more than you know.

    My hope is that with the presentation and Friendfeed posts this week I can help build a more complete guide to using Friendfeed.

    Thanks again my friend.

  5. Keith, this is a phenomenal resource. Outside of your awesome presentation, you capture the essence of social media by sharing so many wonderful writers' works.

    Just one question: Why did you put your twitter handle above your friendfeed URL? Hah… Nag, nag, nag… I know 😉

    Seriously, this is perhaps one of the best representations of what this is about!

  6. Keith says:

    Ken Thank you so much. I appreciate your kind words more than you know.

    My hope is that with the presentation and Friendfeed posts this week I can help build a more complete guide to using Friendfeed.

    Thanks again my friend.

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