Daileez: First Ever Online Icon Diary & Journal Launched - Iconize the Life and Share it with the World

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Keeping a diary – it’s a nice idea, but who really has the time to do it? Hardly any of us, if we’re honest. So Daileez creators decided to do something different instead - to create a fresh, simple and quick way to record what’s happening in everybody's life.

“A picture is worth a thousand words. We’ve limited the number of characters user can write, just like Twitter does – because in Daileez online diary it’s the icons that really matter.”

Most of us have wanted to keep a diary at some time in our lives. But only a few of us have actually turned the idea into reality. And the creators of Daileez were no exception. So for everybody who’s not yet had the time or made the effort, Daileez is offering a new, simpler and quicker way to record users daily thoughts, experiences and emotions – online, with universal icons. Now users don’t need to spend hours every week writing a diary – just a few minutes. David Formánek, head of the Daileez team, sums up the philosophy: “A picture is worth a thousand words. We’ve tried to make sure Daileez users will really use the icons instead of writing long texts – so we’ve actually limited the number of characters in the texts, just like Twitter does.”

The online icon diary Daileez is available for free at http://www.daileez.com. By selecting icons, users can record their everyday moods, feelings, activities and experiences. If the icons still don’t quite manage to capture exactly what user wants to say, there are boxes to write texts – either daily summaries or status reports (the same as tweets). And users can look back in the history to compare their moods and feelings in past months, or to view their favourite activities.

Users can choose between a private and a public diary. By choosing a public account, users can stay in touch with their friends and other Daileez users, sharing iconized days with each other. Users can also put their content on today’s top social networks – Facebook and Twitter.

All of the icons user puts on Daileez are used anonymously in daily statistical breakdowns where anybody can seek out fascinating connections between activities, age, home town and many other factors. David Formánek explains: “One of our goals at Daileez is to gather a huge set of statistics about life all around the world. For example, in the past couple of weeks there’s been an increase in TV watching because of the soccer World Cup.”

For more information, please visit http://www.daileez.com or contact Daileez directly at press(at)daileez(dot)com.

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