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Oh I am sure #7 was totally uninterested uh? :p
Anyway, although I do have an account there, I never really stopped to actually "learn" how to use FF. This post surely lighted my interest even more, I just have to try and wrap my head around it when time allows. The upcoming vacations are kind of a bless for trying out new things - not just gastronomically.

Thank you for stopping by, Nick. Glad you enjoyed the post.

I too find friendfeed to be an easy to use, pleasant platform to be involved in. You did a great job outlining the highlights of friedfeed, anyone ever wondering what it is or does, would find it quite helpful!

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