louis gray and friendfeed

I have been a reader of Louis Gray’s blog and his Google Reader shared items for a while now and I think he is straying into the territory that Scoble used to drift into when he was at Microsoft. Namely, tunnel vision on one topic. Lous’ shared items is one huge mass of Friendfeed coverage, whilst his blog has been mentioning it in a majority of recent posts. It is starting to get a tad boring.. you like friendfeed I get it! What I don’t understand is why cover them so much? Is there some connection between Louis and friendfeed? Is this just a way of giving Louis Gray some attention? Or is it just a great service that incites this sort of coverage?

Some thoughts on Friendfeed coming up shortly..

10 thoughts on “louis gray and friendfeed”

  1. Hey – there's no connection. FriendFeed is undergoing a boom right now, and I expect it to dissipate soon. Last week was an exception, rather than the new rule, but I'm definitely sensitive to it.

  2. Hey – there's no connection. FriendFeed is undergoing a boom right now, and I expect it to dissipate soon. Last week was an exception, rather than the new rule, but I'm definitely sensitive to it.

  3. Hey – there's no connection. FriendFeed is undergoing a boom right now, and I expect it to dissipate soon. Last week was an exception, rather than the new rule, but I'm definitely sensitive to it.

  4. Hey – there's no connection. FriendFeed is undergoing a boom right now, and I expect it to dissipate soon. Last week was an exception, rather than the new rule, but I'm definitely sensitive to it.

  5. looking forward to less friendfeed <grins> I do think you have benefited enormously from this though as you have become the figurehead for friendfeed publicly.

  6. looking forward to less friendfeed <grins> I do think you have benefited enormously from this though as you have become the figurehead for friendfeed publicly.

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