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SocialFolders plugs into Evernote to be your social media diary

gigaom.com
Screenshot of SocialFolders' web app (click to enlarge) With all the time we’re spending on social media sites, it makes sense that people are starting to get more serious about being able to preserve their activity there in a way that’s easier to look back on for posterity. An app...
SocialFolders plugs into Evernote to be your social media diary

20 best Android apps this week

www.guardian.co.uk
Google Keep, Ravensword: Shadowlands, Sky Movies, UP by Jawbone, Doodle Jump, Al Jazeera, Order & Chaos Duels, iRig Recorder and moreIt's time for this week's roundup of new and notable Android apps, covering smartphones and tablets.The apps and games included came out for the first time in the last seven...
20 best Android apps this week

Flash memory provider Violin Memory said to file for a sky-high IPO

venturebeat.com
Violin Memory, the Silicon Valley-based company with a super-fast flash memory service, is hurtling toward a highly successful IPO. Bloomberg Businessweek reported today that the company filed to go public under the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) act. This allows Violin Memory to keep its public offering under the radar...
Flash memory provider Violin Memory said to file for a sky-high IPO

Search Your Evernote Notebook with Chrome [Evernote]

lifehacker.com
If you're a fan of universal memory service Evernote, but can't or won't run its desktop software for quick access, the service suggests making Evernote.com easy to search from the address bar.Evernote's team explains the process in the video above, but it's also easy to describe in text. Right-click...
Search Your Evernote Notebook with Chrome [Evernote]

Timehop by the numbers: A year in the life of the Internet's favorite social catch-up service

thenextweb.com
Social time machine service Timehop is celebrating its very first Timehop moment today – one year of delivering sentimental updates to its dedicated user base. You might not know it, but NYC-based Timehop started life as a couple of hack projects, existing as two separate services focusing on Foursquare and...
Timehop by the numbers: A year in the life of the Internet's favorite social catch-up service

Caterina Fake's Pinwheel Is Now Called Findery, After Trademark Dispute

allthingsd.com
Pinwheel, the geotagged memory service from Flickr co-founder Caterina Fake, is now called Findery. That’s after a photo-sharing start-up called Pinweel got a preliminary injunction for trademark infringement. Both services are small; Pinweel says it has tens of thousands of users, while Findery is not yet open to the public....
Caterina Fake's Pinwheel Is Now Called Findery, After Trademark Dispute
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