I was surprised to see that a Squidoo lense for FriendFeed did not already exist, so I went ahead and created one. The lense is currently fairly basic. It has a brief description of what FriendFeed is, pulls in blog posts about FriendFeed from Google’s Blog Search, pulls in content from del.icio.us that is tagged with the keyword “friendfeed”, and finally has a list of all the social sharing sites with a short description that can be pulled into your friendfeed. I learned about some pretty cool social sites like Disqus, Tumblr, Jaiku, and Goodreads. Go check it out and tell me what you think. Definitely sign up for FriendFeed if you haven’t already.
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On Wednesday night the 360 DI team of Ogilvy PR hosted a Mashable Meet-up. Upwards of 150 people attended the event, and I had the pleasure of registering people as they came in the door. It was a passionate and innovative bunch with several interesting presentations about different social media start-ups. The most notable presenter was Mixx.com, an alternate to Digg and del.icio.us that allows you to create your own blend of what you find interesting on the Web. It appears to be fundamentally the same as other social sharing sites, with tagging and user voting, but the interface is very user-friendly, and allows for a seamless switch between searching for different content formats (i.e. news, photos & video). Go Mixx it up and tell me what you think…
While I am fairly new to the social media scene, from this Mashmeet turnout it seems that DC may be becoming the east coast place to be for social media.