MeInOne.com, all in one place

July 4th, 2007 at 12:00 am
 


From Suffolk Software comes a brilliant way of tracking your routine updates for all your blogs, forums, and social websites that you are a member of in the Web. No more emails telling you and your firends that you have an updated post on this so-and-so website or you have uploaded a certain file on this so-and-so blog. MeInOne.com will track these updates down and place them in one single webspace.

MeInOne is very ideal for people who maintain multiple accounts on the Web. This web service allows users to aggregate RSS feeds from any website or other web services. This way, you can tell your friends where to look for when they want to know the latest happenings about your life. Although, it may be a little presumptuous to say other people are quite interested on you that they will do that much, but still, you probably have friends on the Web that will eventually be curious on what you have been up to recently. Without giving them too many links to your site, and by just giving them your MeInOne public access linklike this one http://www.meinone.com/users/view/tuluanon , you hasten information dissemination and/or sharing.

It is important that you have the URL for a particular website's RSS feeds though, or else you won't be able to enter the website you want in your MeInOne account. Interface is very straightforward and simple. Registration is a piece of cake also. Now I said in the early paragraph that this aggregator is “brilliant” web service. However, I'm inclined to say that personally I don't see myself using the aggregator that much. I feel I'm adding yet another step or layer in an already intertwined online world that I move about. You might like it though, you can always give it a try since its free.