You’re trying to compile a record of last weekend’s ridiculous party, but your shots and your friends’, are spread across Flickr, Facebook, YouTube, Picasa and other places. thisMoment can pull them all down and compile a slick-looking “moment.”
For the privacy and password-conscious, thisMoment’s start-up process will be unnerving, as it asks for the keys to most of your social networking sites (and asks for email passwords, but thankfully doesn’t send a message by default). If you’re cool with thisMoment’s privacy promises, and want the full value of the site, type and click and move onto the good stuff.
Compiling a “moment” album is definitely more convenient than emailing or downloading pics from all your friends’ sites. Choose the moment and when it happened, then skim through all your social sites, contacts, and even pull other folks’ media if they’ve got it open on Flickr, PhotoBucket, or elsewhere. You can geo-tag events, invite friends to view and embed your moment slideshow on a blog, and generally become a master social archiver.
thisMoment is a free service, requires a sign-up—and then many log-ins afterward.