Thanks to Cameron Neylon for describing what friendfeed is all about. It looks neat, so I’m giving it a go. There isn’t an explicit way to add a “citeulike” source to monitor the papers I’m archiving, but I’ve added my citeulike username page as a “blog” and that seems to work. For now I’m keeping my sources worky (ie not linking to the Flickr baby photostream) to keep the work-signal high. Ok, except I did include my starred YouTube videos… low traffic, usually nerdy, and some of that stuff is way too funny not to pass on :)
Friendfeed addresses something I’ve been struggling with. Ideally, I want to blog about the things I read that I find particularly interesting and relevant, to make sure that everyone else has seen them too (ok, they probably have, but just in case…). Needless to say, I’m not getting to it. I need to let it go. So in case you’re interested in the things I’m interested in, have a look at my friendfeed. And introduce yourself or leave a link to your blog/library/paper stream/something so I can follow your work too!