Where Did I Put My Data?

Anil Dash Wants To Save Your Memories From The Social Networks That Will Destroy Them

Not as permanent as it seems

The public beta for ThinkUp 1.0 came out this week. The service, shepherdedby Gina Trapani, lets users collect, store, search and¬†analyze¬†the reams of personal data they put on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook. In that way its a lot like Singly, the open source data locker being developed out West. But Anil Dash had some strong words about what this kind of service means for web users. It’s not just a convenient way to grab all your data. It’s taking a stand against those who use your data for financial gain. Read More