Important: Meme will be discontinued on May 25, 2012
Unfortunately, the time has come to say goodbye to Meme.
As part of Yahoo!’s commitment to delivering Web content and tools that matter most to people, we are reprioritizing our portfolio so we can focus on our core strengths and new innovations.
Understand what's going to happen next.
Meme will be discontinued on May 25, 2012
You don't need to take any action. But if you want, you can export all your posts or delete your account.
Here's what's going to happen:
- Your Meme blog will be available up to May 25, 2012. Until then, you can go to your posts and save to your computer any images that you want to keep. You can export all the posts you created by going to the Settings page and clicking on “export my posts”. You can also go to the Settings page to delete your account.
- On April 25th, Meme will enter "reduced functionality" mode. This means no more new accounts, new posts or new comments will be allowed. The Meme API will stop accepting Inserts and Updates. You will still be able to access everything, export your blog or delete your account.
- On May 25th, we will shut down the site and all Meme URLs will become inaccessible. From this point on, you will not be able to access Meme anymore. Your Yahoo account remains unaffected.
We thank all the users that were a part of this community and hope to see you around other Yahoo! products.
As you might know, the Brizzly team merged with AOL in September 2010, and we set to work improving AIM soon after our acquisition. After a long year of work, we launched the next generation of AIM at aim.com.
Some of the key features of the new AIM will look familiar, especially if you used the Brizzly Picnics group chat feature. We've incorporated group chats and inline media previews just like you saw in Picnics, plus cool new things like notifications for activity on social networks and messaging platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
We also redesigned the app with a simple interface that has made our own instant messaging experiences all the more pleasurable. You can even take your chats on the go with great new AIM for iPhone and Android apps – again go to aim.com to download.
Before you go, please note these two important things:
You'll need to find a new Twitter client soon if you were still relying on Brizzly (Twitter makes a nice client or three these days)
You'll need to download any Brizzly Pics you want keep if you've uploaded these to Brizzly. You'll have until the end of March to download but after that we'll delete any photos that remain.
We do hope you check out AIM, but more importantly, we want to thank you again for being a fan and supporter of Brizzly over the years. Don't be a stranger.