A trio of former Flickr employees have created a website that captures your entire online life.
The site, Recollect, has already launched. Users of the site can archive anything from Twitter, Instagram, Flickr and Foursquare, and are able to download a zip file of all of the archived content at any time.
Prices for the service range from $6/month for 5,000 archived photos with one monthly download and one account per social network to $24/month for 50,000 archived photos, weekly downloads, and up to five accounts per social network site. If you’re not quite sure you’re ready to commit to the site, there’s an option to try the service free for 30 days, with the option to archive and download your data once for free.
More social networks will eventually be archivable, including Facebook.