With all the talk about social network aggregators over the past few weeks, you'd think they were going to reverse global warming.
Technology blogs have been chirping enthusiastically about "lifestreaming" services like FriendFeed and Socialthing, which claim to provide an answer to growing complaints about "social-networking fatigue." They sort updates across networking and community sites into a single destination--which, in a sense, actually might be the social-media world's equivalent of reversing global warming.
Unfortunately, they still don't get rid of the hot air.
Let me get this straight: The last time I checked, … Read more