Storytlr is a lifestreaming application. Like other lifestreaming applications it allows you to aggregate your online activities in a single place, pulliing these from your online profiles. Storytlr works with a long list of online services, including Delicious, Digg, Facebook, Flickr, Google Reader, Lastfm, Picasa, Seesmic, StumbleUpon, Tumblr, Twitter and YouTube. It also works with RSS, which means you can grab a feed from any of your online profiles and import it into Storytlr.
Once you have imported everything, you’ll be presented with a lifestream page in reverse chronological order, showing everything you have done on that date. If you want to recreate your internet history by looking at what you read in your feed reader, stumbled or commented on through sites like Twitter, this is an ideal way to do it. Your imported items can be bookmarked, edited, commented on and shared.
Storytlr also includes the ability to group parts of your lifestream into stories, selecting start and end dates. This results in a slideshow interface, which can be effective if you use a lot of images. Storytlr has some great features and new ones are added all the time. Although Storytlr has a lot of competition it’s a valuable addition to the range of lifestreaming apps.
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