Just One Question on Friendfeed: Who Are You People?

Like plenty of digerati, apparently, I've discovered FriendFeed, a sort of social media- and feed-sharing aggregation service where I can

Like plenty of digerati, apparently, I’ve discovered FriendFeed, a sort of social media- and feed-sharing aggregation service where I can “follow” a bunch of people’s doings, whether they post stuff on Twitter, Flickr, or a number of other services. It’s all a bit too much for me right now—possibly for the reason Alexander van Elsas mentions, which is that all these items lack intention. But the fact that I can now see the entirety of what the five dozen or so people I follow are posting is pretty handy, especially with the filtering of services you can do on each person you follow.

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