Brookfield, MO (PRWEB) January 16, 2012
The new MemoryWall feature of MemoryNow.com is quite possibly one of the most creative ideas on the web today. This feature of the site makes it easy to set personal walls between the user and up to 10 others they are close to. Leaving their thoughts, pictures and videos as well as important personal treasures. The site then contacts and shares the log-in information when the user has passed away.
People seem to migrate to companies and services that allow them to preserve memories. The fear of being forgotten is sometimes an overwhelming feeling, possibly one of the reasons that social media has became such a huge industry. It's apparent people are recording life in "the real world" through platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and other sites in hopes of maintaining the acknowledgment of peers but also the approval of the same.
MemoryNow.com has been built on the idea that people truly want to be deeper than getting a Digg or a Like, but instead, are looking for a way to externalize thoughts and feelings in a way that will share what is going on in their minds and emotions through a personal blog between the individual user and a specific loved one.
Here are some examples of what a users are posting on MemoryWall:
"When I married you I had no idea how wonderful life would be. It seemed that sometimes when we were younger that I didn't think we would ever make it. Somehow to my surprise we endured. Today I watched you from across the living room and I wondered what I had done to ever deserve you. Forever with Love jack." January 10th, 2011
"I remember the first time that my grandpa let me take a fish off of the hook by myself. I was so proud when at the young age of 6 you did the same. Who would have believed that there might be somebody on this earth who is a better fisherman than I am. Well sonny I think, it might just be you. love g-daddy Bill." May 12th, 2009
"I took you to school today as I felt your little fingers squeeze my pinky my heart sank. I knew that you were nervous and really wanted me to scoop you up and take you straight home where we have always had a load of fun. I secretly wanted to do the same. I would very much appreciate it if you would stop growing up but at the same time I can't wait to see the little lady you grow up to be. Love Mom." August 23rd, 2010
"I don't know how much longer I will be here, and I wanted to make sure that you remember a few things, I am sure your mother will do her best to raise a strong young man but there are some things I don't want you to ever forget. There are lots of things in this world that are important but in my mind the most important is this family your mother and I started ... So son don't ever forget I loved you with every ounce of my heart. I hope you forever cherish the posts I have left you here and most of all I want to thank you in advance for taking care of your mother and your sister. I'll always be proud of you. Dad." December 3rd, 2008