A while back I had ranted about being too distributed. If I had to follow someone there were too many feeds to subscribe to, too many sites to follow and too many things to keep tab on. The worst part is that these various services are not auto-discoverable.
Mike had commented about trying Jaiku, a service which seems similar to Twitter. But its unique value can be in what it does different. It lets you add feeds from various services you use and aggregates it into one Jaiku feed. So, my Jaiku feed contains content from my blog, my shared items from Google Reader and my Tweets through their corresponding feeds. It also lets you add Jaikus, or tweets. I think this can lead to a solution of my problem.
Of course this can be also done at Twitter, as I understand that you source your tweets from various feeds. We can also achieve this using the Yahoo! Pipes or the more recent Microsoft Popfly. However I think they are not as user friendly.
I think Jaiku can become a place where a person’s web presence can be aggregated. I think this can be useful. What do you think?