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Indy.rb FriendFeed Room

From: Miles Z. S.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 21, 2009 1:04 PM
Ladies and Gentlemen -

  I created a FriendFeed room for the group, aptly titled 'indyrb'.  If you are a FriendFeed user (or soon will be), you can read and contribute to the feed at http://friendfeed.com/rooms/indyrb.  You can also subsribe to the Atom feed in your feed reader (http://friendfeed.com/rooms/indyrb?format=atom), or view it in Facebook, apparently.  (You're on your own with the latter.)

  This could potentially be a good way for us to exchange links and messages in a more 'passive' manner than the mailing list, although I back using the mailing list often, as well.

MilesZS

PS - In case you don't know what FriendFeed is, I suggest giving this a quick skim: http://friendfeed.com/about/  Basically, you can see your friends' Flickr, Twitter, Del.icio.us, Digg, Reddit, Amazon, Facebook, MySpace, Last.fm, etc. updates in one spot.  It was founded by a couple former Googlers.

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