Blueswarm - a simple and effective lifestream and friendstream service, invite only at the moment, but it’s easy to get going.
Join up, enter your email accounts, user names and it will search a handful of social networks and fetch these for you, also a choice to enter these in manually…do the same for your friends.
Only issue at the moment is I can’t upload my blog feed, or a feed of my choice…I’m told soon they will have blog section.
If your friends happen to join I wonder if it will ask if you want to overwrite with their lifestream, see Socialstream.
What you get is a lifestream sectioned by type (like Ziki): news, links, photos, videos…each has a feed and you have an overall feed, you also get a timeline and a widget. Same goes with your friendstream.
Siphs - very similar to ShareThis and others, an easy way to share links with friends, and keep them archived.
I’d like the option to make it a kind of public friend link blog with a calendar.
Like ShareThis (which we are waiting for) a blog post footer button would be handy so people can share your blog posts without having to use the bookmarklet…only thing is they have to be registered to ShareThis or Siphs, it would be good if you could still use the functionality even if you are not registered. [via m]
Yoomba - Once you have downloaded the app, whenever an email is on your screen, Yoomba will recognise it and put 2 icons next to it, phone and IM. I’ll let Digital Inspiration explain it:
“…you provide your email to Yoomba and download a small client which is pre-activated and won’t ask you to setup an account or login. When you click the Yoomba button near any email address, an invitation request is sent to the other person - he or she can download Yoomba and connect with you almost instantly over voice or text messaging.”…see more.
Brightkite - placestreaming coming soon.