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Arch.at – Conserving Beauty for the Future

There is no greater beauty in history then art and culture. Unfortunately, with the changing technologies many of these historical cultures are being destroyed. Arch.at works to help preserve cultural so that it can be enjoyed by future generations. Arch.at is a nonprofit organization that relies on help from local communities as well as larger sponsors. They go into communities and set up conservation projects to help keep the...

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GenerationStation.com – Preserve Your Family History

If you are looking for a novel and effective way to have the history of your family preserved for generations to come, then this is a service that you should certainly take a closer look at. Generation Station lets whole families create albums and stories in a collaborative fashion. All the major milestones in the life of any member can be narrated in a setting to which all his other close relatives can make a contribution to. On...

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Told4Ever.com – Preserving & Sharing Life Stories

The purpose of the Told 4 Ever website is to let individuals, families and organizations preserve and share their life stories. Each story can include not only text, but also photographs of the people who were involved. The actual sharing of stories can be as public or private as the user wishes. And stories are interactive – those you share them with are allowed to add their own comments and insight. In practice, this means...

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Memfy.com – Storing Your Memories Online

Many believe that memories are what truly define a person’s existence, since the sum of his experiences is what makes him who he is today. By this reckoning, this site will be a useful one. Memfy has the objective of letting you remember all the important dates and events throughout your life, without focusing only in major milestones such as your marriage or the birth of a son but actually capturing these small details that are...

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Backupify.com – Preserving Vital Information

Have you ever stopped and thought about how much of your life is really online? Are there pieces of information that you could not find anywhere should they disappear from the Social Web? Something such as photographs of your newborn children, a scan of a photo of your grand-grand parents that no longer exists physically? If that happens to be the case (and it probably is if you think about it for a while), then taking some steps to...

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