Timekiwi is a beautiful new tool that lets you create a timeline of your social life in a single easy to digest interface.
Right now six services are supported: Twitter, Facbook, Tumblr, Foursquare, Instagram and Flickr. Just clicky click and a shiny timeline is waiting for you to behold. I was lucky enough to see the beta version, which had even more flare about it - instead of creating a timeline you squeezed kiwis. That was a nice touch :)
Since I don't have Facebook timelines yet I can't quite compare with that, but what I can do is compare with lifepath.me ... although I'm not sure how lively that project is anymore since @dcurtis sold it as soon as facebook announced its timelines.
Conceptually I believe timekiwi is much closer to facebook's timelines than it is to lifepath since it's meant as a display of your meaningful tweets (no retweets or conversations) and photos to dial the flare up to eleven. Whereas lifepath was more about putting significant events in your life on a timeline without aggregation.
Anyway, I shall shut up now and let you bask in the glory of some screenshots of Timekiwi.
What're you waiting for? Go get a timekiwi!
- Create a gorgeous social media timeline using Timekiwi (thenextweb.com)
- Create Awesome Social Media Timeline With Timekiwi (techmadly.com)
- Tool of the week for journalists - TimeKiwi, to create social media timelines (blogs.journalism.co.uk)
- Cool Websites and Tools [October 22nd 2011] (makeuseof.com)
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