FriendFeed is a service that makes it easy to share with friends online. It offers a fun and interactive way to discover and discuss information among friends.
You get a customized feed made up of the content that your friends shared—from photos to interesting links and videos to messages just for you. And your friends get their customized feeds, full of the cool stuff that you've shared.
It's simple: On FriendFeed, posting anything takes just a few clicks, and sometimes none at all—you can choose to automatically pull in updates from the services you already use, like Flickr, YouTube, and Twitter.
It's fast: See everyone's updates in real-time so you never miss what your friends are sharing.
It's conversational: It's fast and easy to start a conversation around shared items, or to show that you like something a friend has shared. You can subscribe to updates from individuals and groups, such as your family or a team of people you work with.
It's easy to get started: There's nothing to install, and you can even sign up in just one click using your Google or Facebook account. The things you share get posted automatically to a feed that your friends can subscribe to, but you can also post your FriendFeed in other places like your website or blog, or to other services you use, like Facebook and Twitter.
More info at http://friendfeed.com/about/help