Dipity: Must-Have tool for bloggers?

I have been watching Dipity with great interest for quite sometime but have forgotten all about it in the last couple of weeks. Thanks to Jason Kincaid from TechCrunch, today I learned that Dipity has rolled out better features (version 2.0).

Dipity, New Features

To be honest, I still have no idea how to describe Dipity’s service to you folks out there but perhaps we should go with Jason for the time being. He described Dipity as a timeline-based life streaming aggregator. That’s a mouthful, isn’t it? :-)

So, what is new with Dipity 2.0? Let’s take a look:
The new release includes a variety of new social features that have turned Dipity into a viable alternative to FriendFeed and other lifestreaming services, as well as a replacement for standard RSS readers.

Source: TechCrunch

To give you a better picture, please take a look at the following Dipity widget that features Jason Kincaid’s timeline. It only has Jason’s past blog posts but please remember that you can also add data from YouTube, Twitter, FriendFeed, Picasa, Flickr etc. Add all those together and you will have a very nice timeline that you can either use in private or share it with your friends.

Personally, I think Dipity has great promise for bloggers. Bloggers can use Dipity to track their social and blogging activities at one go. Bloggers can also use Dipity to track keywords (that’s what I’m doing everyday) and find something hot to blog about.

Now, would I be wrong to say that Dipity is a Must-Have tool for bloggers?

Related Link:
Dipity 2.0: It’s Like A Timeline View For FriendFeed (And It’s Fun)
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