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The talk I gave at the "Learning About the Open Stack for the Social Web" event at Digg.

The talk I gave at the "Learning About the Open Stack for the Social Web" event at Digg.

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  • 1. Activity Streams Chris Messina Learning about the Open Stack for the Social Web December 19, 2008 ☃ Digg, 135 Mississippi St, San Francisco, CA
  • 2. “Lifestreaming”
  • 3. Today • Last.fm • Jaiku • Facebook newsfeed • FriendFeed • etc.
  • 4. The challenge • Develop a format for expressing activities • Compelling experiences from activity feeds • The zero-knowledge test • etc.
  • 5. FriendFeed Services
  • 6. The Benefits • Staying in touch across the web • An open, emergent ecosystem • Filtering, search, automation & stats • Optimal, compelling experiences with activities • Coalescing, merging, de-duping • etc.
  • 7. Examples
  • 8. last.fm
  • 9. sweetcron(yongfook.com)
  • 10. Facebook
  • 11. FriendFeed
  • 12. boxee.tv
  • 13. Movable Type Motion
  • 14. Eventbox
  • 15. Anatomy of an activity
  • 16. Actor verb object [context]
  • 17. factoryjoe tweeted Niches Bitches! [via SMS]
  • 18. Actor verb object {indirect object} [context]
  • 19. Chris bought Planet Earth {for Brynn} [at Amazon.com]
  • 20. Activities on the Open Web
  • 21. I visit davidrecordon.com
  • 22. I decide I want to follow his activities Sign in to follow Dave!
  • 23. I sign in with my OpenID
  • 24. At my hub, I’m asked whether I want to follow Dave
  • 25. I say yes, and am asked which activity types I’m interested in...
  • 26. Dave Recordon Worst username evar. San Francisco, CA davidrecordon.com Contact details Status updates Photos Bookmarks Blogs daveman692 Six Apart Location Music Movies Slide presentations Events Travel Local reviews Books Add subscriptions Your message (optional) Hi there! We met that conference last week. I’ve subscribed to your updates on my site. -Chris Access requires permission from Dave Add contact Inspired by Jyri Engeström
  • 27. Should any of the selected types be protected, I will be asked whether I want to request access
  • 28. If yes, an OAuth request will be sent which Dave will later be able to approve, deny or ignore
  • 29. ...And Dave’s public activities will show up in my activities dashboard
  • 30. ...And if Dave approves my request, his protected activities will show up later
  • 31. More soon at activitystrea.ms
  • 32. Fin. me -› factoryjoe.com

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