Why digi.me is launching a new API and SDK for integrated social data

By Shane Green (@shanegreen on Twitter) and Tarik Kurspahic (@TarikTech) Anyone familiar with digi.me and our mission knows we are focused on empowering people with their data. We are building a data-driven future aligned with the needs and interests of people — where individuals can securely and privately aggregate, analyse and share massive quantities of data from … Continue reading Why digi.me is launching a new API and SDK for integrated social data

Evolution of a personal data start-up: the digi.me story

Digi.me has come a long way since 2009 - but how did our personal data journey of discovery begin? It started life, as so many businesses do, as a lightbulb moment during a conversation our founder, Julian Ranger, was having with a board member at his innovation hub iBundle. That colleague had a friend who … Continue reading Evolution of a personal data start-up: the digi.me story

Barack Obama’s social media archive and the power of a searchable self

As America prepares to say goodbye to the first President of the social media era, the White House has announced the creation of a searchable database of everything Barack Obama and his administration posted on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Instagram and Pinterest over eight years and two terms in office. The archive, in itself, containing over … Continue reading Barack Obama’s social media archive and the power of a searchable self

Pitch at Palace: vote for digi.me to win the People’s Choice Award!

We're one of 42 finalists competing for the People's Choice Award in the Duke of York's Pitch at Palace event, and we'd love your vote to try and help us win! You can watch Julian's pitch video and vote for us here - we'd really appreciate it. Thank you in advance for helping to spread … Continue reading Pitch at Palace: vote for digi.me to win the People’s Choice Award!