By Miiko Mentz

Given that readers/viewers are highly tech savvy, I will take the liberty to assume that many of you are broadcasting your life on the Web and following and interacting with your friends using lifestreaming services such as FriendFeed and Seesmic. I enjoy both services so it was great fun catching up with Seesmic Founder Loic Le Meur and FriendFeed Co-founder Bret Taylor recently where we turned over the mic to Bret and had him interview Loic.

The two are speaking at a MIT/Standfor Venture Lab (VLAB) event at Stanford tonight where Kara Swisher, co-executive editor of All Things Digital, Wall Street Journal, will be moderating the “Lifestreaming: The Real-time Web” panel. Softtech VC Founder Jeff Clavier and Pownce Co-founder Leah Culver will be joining Loic and Brett on tonight’s panel. Tonight’s VLAB event is sold out, but there are a limited number of walk-in tickets available. For more information visit: VLAB Lifestreaming: The Real-time Web.

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    no imageMichael Silverton (Who am I?)16 September 2008 4:41 pm

    Glad to hear Loic talk about signers! Awesome. Next, we just need to see MIT Media Lab, ICT (USC), etc., learn to read those videos and translate to voice and text, right!? :-)

    If it were EASY, you wouldn’t have applied to MIT or Stanford, right? Onward!

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    no imageSudha Jamthe (Who am I?)17 September 2008 7:49 pm

    Nice! Why don’t you add a Seesmic video feedback so we can respond on seesmically here?

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