Ars Hands on: Strands, a lifestream with a brain

Ars: Strands is another company that focuses on mining social data to create products that help people share the things they create and like. One of the fruits of Strands' social and recommendation technologies is, a lifestreaming service in private beta through which users can aggregate and share their online activities, but also easily discover the things their friends and even strangers find interesting. We spent some time with Strands, spoke with Gabriel Aldamiz-Echevarria, the company's VP of communications, and scored 500 invites for Ars Technica readers.

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