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Heyday Makes Memory Keeping Automatic
Jun04

Heyday Makes Memory Keeping Automatic

Nostalgia is hot these days. Between all the multiple Throwback Thursday pics and the pesky procrastination inducing posts on 90’s Nickelodeon TV shows that end up on my newsfeed – I got to thinking about LiveJournal. More specifically I have been reminiscing on all the hormone driven thrills and crushing…

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Joognu: 100,000 Memories… And Counting
Sep05

Joognu: 100,000 Memories… And Counting

Remember when keeping an online journal was a social requirement? Fleets of pizza-faced diary enthusiasts flocked to sites like LiveJournal to record their experiences back in the day. In addition to serving as a storage bin for awkward teenage rants, early web blogging sites were the precursors to some…

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Scrapsity.com – Remember The Things You Loved

It’s easy to get a little embarrassed when remembering these things you used to love when you were younger, but it’s also true that such things come to define who you are today. And once you move past the first wave of embarrassment when you watch a clip of something you used to enjoy (Milli Vanilli!), you invariably feel all nice, warm and sunny. And you’re more determined than ever to carry ahead. Nostalgia is a...

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Histofme.com – Store Your Memories

Histofme.com lets you do nothing short of chronicling your whole life online. By signing up for an account (it costs nothing) you’re allowed to create entries for all these things that happen to you, and that have any kind of value. The site lends itself to all kind of content, as you can record everything from having received your high school diploma to having moved with the one that you’ve loved all your life. And if...

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MoreDays.com – Plan Your Days

MoreDays is a new application that will let you store your memories, and plan all your future activities. I know what you’re thinking, “aren’t there lots of applications for doing this already?” And yes, there are a lot of tools that let you do something similar. But MoreDays is different in the sense that it takes a much more visual approach. This app is based on photos and drawings. When you use it, you can...

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