ThinkUp now does a lot more. It's a free, open-source application that will run on just about any Internet-connected server. It connects with accounts
on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ and captures posts, replies, friends, followers, and links, putting them all in a user-controlled database. The archive is important because free Web services have a tendency to disappear. Geocities and Friendster have both
vanished into history, taking their users' creative output with them. ThinkUp gives people a social media activity archive that they control.
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