FriendFeed died when Facebook acquired it. It was around that time that I became way less active on the site and the community began to fall off. There are still plenty of die hards on the site, just a small subset of cliques. I still do aggregate my content and frequent the site, but it’s not like it used to be, it’s a carcass that is just rotting away
I completely agree with Alexey Bersenev about the power of FriendFeed:
1. FF currently one of the smartest ways to keep updated in areas of your interests, because you’re reading like-minded users shared items;
2. FF is one of the best and fastest ways to get opinions and suggestions about your post/idea/product from “experts” and get answers for any question;
3. FF is an incredible networking tool, which can lead to collaboration and creative ideas, which finally can increase productivity of your work;
What’s Your FriendFeed account?
You have a huge opportunity to follow all my online activities – blogging, twitting, flickring and more – only in one place. FriendFeed is the best solution to do it and it is great to start new conversations too.
You should try it but beware: it is strongly addictive!
Link: My FriendFeed page.