Le foto su Flickr, i preferiti su Delicious, la rete di contatti su Facebook o altrove… Ma come aggregare tutti questi aspetti della propria vita digitale? L’interoperabilità fra questi sistemi è ancora bassa, spesso ostacolata per ragioni commerciali, e il rischio della frammentazione è alto.
A few months ago we saw this video from Loic Lemeur who was asking about a way to help him build ‘the centralized me’. We liked the idea because it sounded like reinventing the good old ‘personal page’, realizing that a blog can only capture one angle of what we did online. More over, we felt that this page had to be personal, and not yet another profile page locked in a social network, and plastered with company branding. Storytlr brings you just that, a platform to build the centralized you, and it is really about you, not about us.
Finally we realized that our flow of Twitter messages, Flickr photos, Qik videos were in fact telling a story, the story of our daily lives, and that sometimes we wanted to repackage this story in a nice format (beyond a photo album) to share it with friends. So we decided to make it really easy to mashup all these activities into a compelling story that is easy to share
(The storytlr initiative).