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Ok, so maybe a little blogging today…live from Union Station in DC.

Tristant Louis points to JibberJobber, a site that aggregates personal info from all those other personal info sites you’ve logged onto, liked LinkedIn and Plaxo. It’s all part of the continuous meta-oneupmanship we’re seeing as we pull together the info we’re dispersing like Johnny Appleseeds with holes in our seed bags. [Tags: ]

3 Responses to “Meta-meta JibberJobber”

  1. on 05 Apr 2007 at 1:06 pmBen Tremblay

    *HomePage nekkid at time of comment*

    Do you recall the first time you saw your own name appear on another site thanks to Amazon? Shook me for a moment, that did.

    It’s aggregation of a fractilinear sort. So long as I can get my hands on individual switches and valves, I’m all for it! (I thought Twitter’s one-line badge showed the guys’ real understanding of in the real world.)

    Whales sing to one another … folk in the Kalahari sing to one another … monkeys and apes sing and shout at one another. It’s the thing to do!

    FWIW: I answered “Twitter is …” with something like “It’s about following a friend you see who has a piece of toilet paper stuck to their shoe.”

  2. on 05 Apr 2007 at 1:52 pmxian

    I need a site to manage all of meta-digital-identity-site-management sites.

    Also, I need to make a yahoo pipe to mashup my tumblr, jaiku, twitter, and feeburner feeds featuring my flickr and delicious and blog feeds, without any duplication.

  3. on 05 Apr 2007 at 5:18 pmJason Alba

    david, thanks for the shout-out! Short, sweet and to the point!

    Jason Alba
    CEO –