As memory preservation experts, scrapbookers are at the top of the "memory" game. We take a lot of pictures, we journal about the photos (preserving the dates, location, names, etc.) and we bind them into albums. There is just one more important question left to answer...
Is there a photograph for everything we want to remember?
A few years ago I received a box from a friend. The box was filled with letters I'd written to her. Many of the letters were written while I was a teenager. Because of her thought to save my letters, I was able to open an amazing treasure - a view into memories forgotten - my personal history!
No matter how much we plead, "Memory don't fail me now!" Our memories will fade.
Once upon a time, the solution to memory loss, was the preservation of handwritten documents. Our parents and grandparents saved letters, documents, and journals. These items retained a portion of their personal history.
Times have changed.
Digital communication is great. It is fast. It is convenient. But, what happens when we hit "delete"? Are these new paperless communications turning us into the "lost" generation? What will we do in 20 years when we want to remember conversations with our friends about how we got that job, or how it felt to fall in love? or how cute our kids (grand kids) were when...
Doesn't there need to be a memory solution for this new digital world?
Journella.com is dedicated to the preservation of your personal history. In addition to keeping a well organized journal, Journella™ currently offers the ability to save and organize your Facebook updates, Twitter updates, and RSS feeds (personal blogs.)
Journella™ is in it's first Beta phase and in a process of continued development. During the coming months, and years, Journella™ will continually add features to make memory preservation even more convenient.
You can register for an account on our Beta site. (This is a FREE service.) Go to Journella.com and start saving & organizing your memories today!
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