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ThinkUp Analyzes Your Social Life, Highlights Your Best Moments

Alan Henry, Gawker Media

ThinkUp Analyzes Your Social Life, Highlights Your Best Moments

ThinkUp, the tool that archives, analyzes, and gives you control over your online social life, has come a long way since we last highlighted it. The service now gives you unique and surprising insight into the things you post and the things your friends interact with, and you can try it for free to see if you like it.

For those unfamiliar, ThinkUp is the brainchild of Gina Trapani, Lifehacker's founding editor, and Anil Dash. She introduced us to the service a while ago, but she's been steadily working on it since then.

Among its banner features, ThinkUp takes your Twitter and Facebook streams and uses them to give you useful information about how you use those networks, when you use them, and who you interact with. It can even show you who really appreciates what you post and share, and how far your messages really reach. It's a great way to see a top-down view of what your online life really looks like. ThinkUp can even pull out insightful and inspirational nuggets of wisdom from your interactions to help you better understand your relationships, or just how to communicate with your friends.

ThinkUp is a subscription service, and you can see its pricing here and read more in their FAQ. They're just launched a 14-day free trial that you can take advantage of now if you want to try it out, kick the tires, and see if it's useful for you. Hit the link below to sign up.

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