• Memolane Launches Its Personalized Internet Time Machine To The Public

    Back in November we wrote about Memolane, a new startup that lets you import and visually browse through your tweets, Facebook updates, Flickr photos and the rest of your content littered across the web. Today, after months in an invite-only beta, the service has gone live to the public, and it’s unveiling a handful of key new features just in time for its launch. For those that… Read More

  • Memolane: Tell Your Stories With An Internet Time Machine

    Back in September we wrote about Memolane, a semi-stealthy startup that had raised $2 million to help “rediscover your social life on the Internet”, but wouldn’t give us much details as to what they were actually up to. Today, the company is ready for its public debut. Right now, your online presence is scattered across a lot of sites. This has been true for years, and… Read More

  • Memolane Raises $2 Million To Become Your "Digital Memory"

    Memolane, a San Francisco-based startup that is currently keeping a low profile, has raised a $2 million funding round led by August Capital and Atomico, the venture firm run by Skype founders Niklas Zennström and Janus Friis. Memolane was initially created during a Startup Weekend event in Copenhagen last April, where it won a 10,000 DKK prize (around $1725), prompting founder Eric Lagier… Read More