First we had the www – you know static html-based pages. FrontPage stuff.
Then came CMS (that’s data-bases plus graphic front-ends to you and me) which meant blogs and the like.
Then came the social web, aka web2.0. MySpace, last.fm, Flickr, Facebook, you name it.
Obviously, once you have 17 accounts on social websites (where many of the same people appear as your contacts), certain problems with keeping up with the updates begin to appear. Consequently we now have the meta-social web in the form of FriendFeed and Profilactic, which is where you can now find me all mashed up.
Now, should I open an account on LinkedIn, now I’m at it?