EterniaNow Opens the Gateway to Eternity

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Immortality is not just for pharaohs or the famous anymore. It is available to everyone on a new and innovative web site taking the idea of existence to the next level.

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Immortality is not exclusive to pharaohs and the famous anymore because it is now available to everyone on, a unique social networking site with a different twist: the immortality factor. Enabling users to leave their mark for generations to come, the site offers the tools to post and release user-generated content up to five hundred years in advance, archiving the thoughts and experiences of humans or their pet companions in cyberspace.

Launched in September 2007, EterniaNow is a user-friendly mix between YouTube and myspace, offering members to create custom profiles, post blogs, upload videos and communicate with other members. According to the site's founder, people can preserve their lives and accomplishments for future generations, who might otherwise never know they existed. EterniaNow's unusual concept and features enable anyone to prevail like a pharaoh and have their ideas, philosophies and creations eternalized to continue sharing their existence - even from the afterlife.

While building a digital sarcophagus for oneself might seem a bit strange at first, members on the site are keen to the idea and use the content areas for uploading MP3s, pictures, videos and other digital information to round out a picture of their lives for the future to see. The site is also very artist-friendly and promotes the inevitably creative drive of humanity. Member profiles are not just limited to the living. In fact, EterniaNow urges people to build profiles memorializing the lives of our brave soldiers and loved ones no longer with us - and not just of the human kind.

Profiles of pets of any type are also encouraged on the site, ranging from dogs to cats to birds to reptiles or any other creature that is special to someone.

"One day, I came to realize that way too many talented and under-recognized people have made worth while contributions, which will be forgotten soon after they are gone and I wanted a way to preserve that information," said Pete Cotutsca, founder and lead programmer of EterniaNow. "The basic idea is to have the ability to participate in the future beyond the limits of physical mortality. As the thoughts of the past have shaped the World of today, the thoughts of today will shape the World of the future. The continuation of existence, that's what it's all about."

And what better place to do that than on EterniaNow, a website with a complete social networking engine to release content decades or even centuries from now.


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