FriendFeed recently added an image based feed widget that lets you export a log of your online activity as a still image. This is helpful if you like to include your lifestream in an email message or need to embed it in a site that doesn’t support JavaScript (e.g. MySpace & WordPress.com).

friendfeed image widget

To get started, simply login to you FriendFeed account and go to Embeddable Widgets. Uncheck the Logo, Comments and Subscribe option to remove all the FriendFeed branding.

While there are enough services already convert feeds into images, the feed widget from FriendFeed is far better because it supports image thumbnails and you also have more control over the output image.

For instance, you may choose to convert either you full lifestream into an image or  selected service like pictures uploaded on Flickr, items you wish to buy on Amazon, your blog entries, LinkedIn updates, etc. The width of the image can be customized as well.

See some sample images (they appear still but will update automatically if new content is posted) – Blog, Flickr, Twitter and YouTube.

Related: Converts Images into ASCII Text