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lifestream

[ lahyf-streem ]
/ ˈlaɪfˌstrim /
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verb (used with or without object)

to aggregate all of (one's online content and social interactions) on a single website: Use RSS feeds to lifestream your blog posts, photos, and YouTube videos.

noun

a record of all of one's online content and social interactions, presented chronologically on a single website: I just added Twitter to my lifestream.

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Origin of lifestream

OTHER WORDS FROM lifestream

lifestreamer, noun
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