“Now more than ever people are interacting on social sites like Facebook and Twitter. Eternos is the easiest way to chronicle your life via automatic backup of the stuff you're already sharing online.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 28, 2010
Eternos (http://www.eternos.com) announces the public beta launch of its free automated archiving service. Eternos capitalizes on the tremendous growth within the social web, providing users a means to backup online interactions for future personal viewing and sharing with generations to come. Once setup, Eternos automatically and continuously archives Facebook activity, Twitter (tweets), blog posts (Wordpress, Tumblr, any RSS feed), Picasa albums, and Gmail for posterity. Online activity and uploaded files are displayed visually on an easy-to-navigate timeline.
Marc Mauger, Chief Executive Officer of Eternos explains, “Now more than ever people are interacting on social sites like Facebook and Twitter. Eternos is the easiest way to chronicle your life via automatic backup of the stuff you're already sharing online. Additionally, Eternos is a secure place to archive your old family photos, movies, and important documents." Marc continues, "Many people don't know much about their ancestors, their heritage. If you use Eternos, your descendants will come to understand your personality through your interactions. Of course you're able to edit, delete, and assign permissions to artifacts in your Eternos archive.”
Eternos also caters to those who do not participate in social networking by providing a truly full featured life archiving platform. Features available to all Eternos users include a biographical profile and medical history, personal tag cloud, search, file upload, Life Key -- which offers the ability to appoint account trustees -- and McAfee Secure data testing safeguarding information from unauthorized access or compromise. In the months to come, the company will continue to assess usability, add third party services to our roster of compatible sites, and enhance the overall customer experience; developing and implementing upgrades as needed.
Learn more about Eternos at http://www.eternos.com or contact Eric Rogers at (206) 455-9946 or pr (at) eternos.com
Founded in 2008, Eternos was developed by a few tech professionals with the assistance of a Genealogy expert and a Sociologist. Eternos automatically archives users' data on the most popular social sites, preserving a lifetime of memories electronically for future generations and eliminating time-intensive manual processes. The company’s mission is to provide users with tools that allow for easy chronicling of their life and times, while striving to deliver a full three-generation data guarantee.
Contact: Eric Rogers
pr (at) eternos.com