FriendFeed, a social network aggregator from a group of former Google employees, has tossed off the beta shackles and opened its door to the public. FriendFeed works something like your Facebook news feed, but instead of being limited to items in Facebook, FriendFeed can grab content from just about anywhere on the web.
The idea behind FriendFeed is to make it easy for you to organize all your “social web” content in one spot — Facebook updates, Digg posts, del.icio.us bookmarks, Flickr photos, Last.fm music, Twitter posts or Tumblr blogs.
FriendFeed enables users to comment on feed items (keeping the conversation centralized) and you can mark friend’s items as favorites. Any time someone comments or favorites an item it moves back up in the feed, which helps keep the conversation going.