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ThinkUp Reaches 1.0: Own Your Social Network Data – ReadWrite March 24, 2013

Posted by sandyclaus in Academic Technology.

ThinkUp, the social media management tool that matters most, hits version 1.0 today. It lets you store all your social activity from networks like Twitter, Facebook and Google+ in a database you control and search, sort and analyze it. If you have a Web server that can run a PHP application, you can take control of your social network data. Ever wanted to search for a tweet more than a couple days old? Don’t bother with Twitter search. ThinkUp is the only way.

ThinkUp lets you archive all your social network activity. It’s free and open-source, so it’s a totally extensible platform with a growing community of developers. You can search, browse, publish, analyze and visualize your content and data in all kinds of ways. Under the terms of service of your social networks, they can delete everything you’ve created without warning. ThinkUp lets you own your content. This isn’t a review; this is a public service announcement. Go get it.

via ThinkUp Reaches 1.0: Own Your Social Network Data – ReadWrite.



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