Ever wonder if you can recover all the statuses you’ve made in Facebook, or all the tweets you tweeted? And then write a story of your life from the time you graduated from college, the day you got engaged, wed and gave birth? Thank heavens for the Eric Lagier, Harry Vangberg and Nikolaj Hald Nielsen, the geniuses behind Memolane. Winner of StartupWeekend Copenhagen 2010, Memolane is the newest personal cloud management service that hits the web and writes a story of your life by harvesting personal history and updates in various social network platforms.
Lagier, the co-founder and CEO of Memolane explains how the system works to be your online diary. “Hundreds of millions have been creating their personal history using Facebook, Twitter and other sites, but have been unable to see or explore it – until now,” he starts. “With the launch of Memolane, you can now travel in time to relive great memories and the emotions they evoke. Memolane is an online diary that writes itself and makes your social media memorable.”
Perhaps the most interesting feature of Memolane is that it can instantly turns tiny bits of moments into great memories. This is done by capturing and visualizing all your updates from vast spaces like Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, YouTube, Flickr, Last.fm, TripIt, Picasa, MySpace, Vimeo, Instagram and even your RSS feeds.
One timeline, a million memories— the battle cry of Memolane. With people becoming more and more addicted to social media, and sometimes mixing up professional and personal presence online, the real essence of relationships is placed in jeopardy. Memolane’s quest to glue the pieces of the puzzle of your (social network) life, may just be of great help to decipher the kind of person you are, and the relationships you’ve built (or destroyed!) through social networking activity. A lifetime of social media events assembled in a few seconds and cherished forever.
The personal management trend was a hot topic during the Demo 2011 last month, with numerous of services being offered by companies like Manilla, AirSet, PhotoRocket and Primedesk. Thanks to the cloud, personal management is becoming a service industry all its own, with verticals extending features and capabilities to address varying consumer needs.