HOW TO BACKUP YOUR FACEBOOK (AND OTHERS) DATA?

IF YOU'RE A REAL GEEK

and Web 2.0 (or Semantic Web 3.0) addicted user, you are obviously dividing your virtual life between numerous Social Networks, such as: Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, mySpace, FriendFeed, Delicious (formerly known as del.icio.us), HI5...... and other stuff. We could also include your shared elements coming from Gmail, Google Docs and Google chats.

Of course, the success of these new portals (In June 2009, according to comScore, Facebook totaled 70,278,000 unique visitors, up 97% from May 2008 to May 2009) is based on the amount of data YOU provide (posts, uploads of photos, emails, articles, building of connections/friends/contacts, choice of applications shared with your tribe) rather than the excellence of the architecture (N.B.: if you can customise your page on mySpace or Twitter, you barely have a word to say on your design on Linkedin or Facebook.

SO, WHAT LEVEL OF DATA (POSTED BY YOU) ARE WE TALKING ABOUT?

In November 2008, Flickr reached 3 billion photos  (possibly 3.6 billion in June 2009) whereas Facebook had 10 billion uploaded at the same time.

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