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Shryne Shares Bigger Vision With 2.0 LaunchSocial data archival app Shryne launched its second major version on Thursday alongside a new Web platform that broadens the scope of the two-year old startup's offering. Shryne is an application that archives old communications -text messages, emails, instant messages, social media content, and so forth- on the assumption that they [...]
The Next Big Consumer Apps Will Sell You Your FreedomAs the democratic and republican debates continue to bring up encryption of data and candidates flex their theoretical cyber muscles, digital privacy is at the forefront of the discussion. It's become such a hot issue that the FBI is worried about how privacy may harm the country, with potential dangers to the nation hurting our law enforcement's ability to keep us safe.
Shryne Backs Up Your Online Relationships And MemoriesA refrain about my generation is that we are too ephemeral and that our memories are too fleeting. Exhibit A: Snapchat. Now, obviously generational complaints are generally bullshit and olds are meant to be ignored, but it's also not like I just want to forget everything, either.
This architect quit his job to make an app that gives you back control of social mediaIn 2014, not long after finishing his Masters of Architecture from Columbia, New York-based architect Aldo Cherdabayev quit his job and moved to Dublin, Ireland, to start a company. He wanted to build app called that gives you back control of the stuff you post on social media.
A Case For Social Health - Shryne - MediumSocial Media and Wellness With recent studies suggesting that the average person spends two hours on social media every day, it's clear that social media has become the epicenter of our lives. As our day-to-day social interactions migrate online, academic research has attempted to uncover social media's overall impact on our well-being.