Keep Track of Comments

I signed up for this service called Email Roulette. Basicly you create an account and you send an email and it goes to someone random who also subscribed to the service and they have the option to either reply or not. Its all anonymous and its like a message in a bottle pen pal system.

I will see what happens with it but seems it will be fun if people reply and stuff.

I signed up for this service called Email Roulette. Basicly you create an account and you send an email and it goes to someone random who also subscribed to the service and they have the option to either reply or not. Its all anonymous and its like a message in a bottle pen pal system.

I will see what happens with it but seems it will be fun if people reply and stuff.

I signed up for this service called Email Roulette. Basicly you create an account and you send an email and it goes to someone random who also subscribed to the service and they have the option to either reply or not. Its all anonymous and its like a message in a bottle pen pal system.

I will see what happens with it but seems it will be fun if people reply and stuff.

I am sick of social networks like Orkut Friendster, order
and Tribe. They have a great idea, purchase
of just connecting people and showing who is connected to who, and a place for people to get together. But they have one crutch, its centralized so you have to log in to actually check on messages and people, and no one has time for that.

I think the future of networking is blogs and syndication.

With blogs you have a quick glance of the persons life, you can see who they know by their links. Their links can have tons of meta data using XFN. Which allows you to saw who you are close to, neighbors, friend, business associate etc. I think it needs more work in the linking options but its simple and basic so thats a plus for it.

Also in a blog you can have other information with syndication system. With people using Amazon and Netflix they can get a feed showing what they just rented, read, got etc. Like how I have my listening and reading on the right. Thats just an rss feed from del.icio.us. Also my Flickr pics are there on what I am seeing.

But we can take it on step further with a complete syndication. My friends can just subscribe to my feed, and without visiting my blog. Friends can get my zeitgeist of what I am doing, reading, watch, listening, and taking picture of. Also I can attach some sort of “where am I” so it updates it on my location when I am traveling or just in town.

They are lots of options and ideas, but the main focus is sharing your life with your friends easily. I think slowly we are going to be reaching there.
I signed up for this service called Email Roulette. Basicly you create an account and you send an email and it goes to someone random who also subscribed to the service and they have the option to either reply or not. Its all anonymous and its like a message in a bottle pen pal system.

I will see what happens with it but seems it will be fun if people reply and stuff.

I signed up for this service called Email Roulette. Basicly you create an account and you send an email and it goes to someone random who also subscribed to the service and they have the option to either reply or not. Its all anonymous and its like a message in a bottle pen pal system.

I will see what happens with it but seems it will be fun if people reply and stuff.

I am sick of social networks like Orkut Friendster, order
and Tribe. They have a great idea, purchase
of just connecting people and showing who is connected to who, and a place for people to get together. But they have one crutch, its centralized so you have to log in to actually check on messages and people, and no one has time for that.

I think the future of networking is blogs and syndication.

With blogs you have a quick glance of the persons life, you can see who they know by their links. Their links can have tons of meta data using XFN. Which allows you to saw who you are close to, neighbors, friend, business associate etc. I think it needs more work in the linking options but its simple and basic so thats a plus for it.

Also in a blog you can have other information with syndication system. With people using Amazon and Netflix they can get a feed showing what they just rented, read, got etc. Like how I have my listening and reading on the right. Thats just an rss feed from del.icio.us. Also my Flickr pics are there on what I am seeing.

But we can take it on step further with a complete syndication. My friends can just subscribe to my feed, and without visiting my blog. Friends can get my zeitgeist of what I am doing, reading, watch, listening, and taking picture of. Also I can attach some sort of “where am I” so it updates it on my location when I am traveling or just in town.

They are lots of options and ideas, but the main focus is sharing your life with your friends easily. I think slowly we are going to be reaching there.
I noticed something about myself lately, viagra I have strange routines. Well its more like routes.

Like today for example:

I went to the airport twice, and both times picking someone up from Sheraton Hotel.
Both just happened. It wasn’t planned or coordinated.

Or days where I roam around certain areas. Its like I am stuck there. Like when I have work in Shuwaik and just hover and roam around that area all day going back to certain locations again and again but for totally different reasons like someone calling me to get sent there.

Its all very strange, I need to figure out a way to place breadcrumbs on the street to keep track of the places I went that day and see if there is some large patern in my life I dont know about. Like if I dont spend X amount of time in Kuwait City my body goes through weird withdrawls, so it drags me back there to get my fix.

I signed up for this service called Email Roulette. Basicly you create an account and you send an email and it goes to someone random who also subscribed to the service and they have the option to either reply or not. Its all anonymous and its like a message in a bottle pen pal system.

I will see what happens with it but seems it will be fun if people reply and stuff.

I signed up for this service called Email Roulette. Basicly you create an account and you send an email and it goes to someone random who also subscribed to the service and they have the option to either reply or not. Its all anonymous and its like a message in a bottle pen pal system.

I will see what happens with it but seems it will be fun if people reply and stuff.

I am sick of social networks like Orkut Friendster, order
and Tribe. They have a great idea, purchase
of just connecting people and showing who is connected to who, and a place for people to get together. But they have one crutch, its centralized so you have to log in to actually check on messages and people, and no one has time for that.

I think the future of networking is blogs and syndication.

With blogs you have a quick glance of the persons life, you can see who they know by their links. Their links can have tons of meta data using XFN. Which allows you to saw who you are close to, neighbors, friend, business associate etc. I think it needs more work in the linking options but its simple and basic so thats a plus for it.

Also in a blog you can have other information with syndication system. With people using Amazon and Netflix they can get a feed showing what they just rented, read, got etc. Like how I have my listening and reading on the right. Thats just an rss feed from del.icio.us. Also my Flickr pics are there on what I am seeing.

But we can take it on step further with a complete syndication. My friends can just subscribe to my feed, and without visiting my blog. Friends can get my zeitgeist of what I am doing, reading, watch, listening, and taking picture of. Also I can attach some sort of “where am I” so it updates it on my location when I am traveling or just in town.

They are lots of options and ideas, but the main focus is sharing your life with your friends easily. I think slowly we are going to be reaching there.
I noticed something about myself lately, viagra I have strange routines. Well its more like routes.

Like today for example:

I went to the airport twice, and both times picking someone up from Sheraton Hotel.
Both just happened. It wasn’t planned or coordinated.

Or days where I roam around certain areas. Its like I am stuck there. Like when I have work in Shuwaik and just hover and roam around that area all day going back to certain locations again and again but for totally different reasons like someone calling me to get sent there.

Its all very strange, I need to figure out a way to place breadcrumbs on the street to keep track of the places I went that day and see if there is some large patern in my life I dont know about. Like if I dont spend X amount of time in Kuwait City my body goes through weird withdrawls, so it drags me back there to get my fix.

Everyone is looking for some way to keep track of the comments they post, neurologist sometimes it just too tough to remeber where you even posted it.

I started using a system that is working pretty good. I am using Firefox’s Live Bookmarks and del.icio.us bookmarklet on Firefox. So when ever I post a comments I just hit on that bookmarklet and put the tag: comments and maybe some short describtion in the extended so I remeber what I posted about.

Then I visit my del.icio.us page and look at the comments tags [del.icio.us/YOURUSERNAME/comments]. There I see on the bottom right of Firefox an orange square with white dashes. I click on it and subscibe to that feed, view and name it Comments.

And there we go. Just look at your Bookmarks and check out the Comments part and you will see the latest tags that you have placed in there. The benifit of this is that I can go access any computer and will have that information. Which is great for spending time at the computer at work and at home.

I hope that made some sense, its late and I am tired. And you will need to make a del.icio.us account to use it btw.

5 thoughts on “Keep Track of Comments”

  1. LOL Yea similar here, even though you explained it to me online, I still didn’t get it, until I see screenshots or have someone do it right in front of me :/

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