Memories of Mom? Site is Collecting Memories of Moms for Mother’s Day

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Remember.com, an online memory bank, wants to bring all kinds of memories together

A screenshot of Remember.com's home page.

Remember.com, a new site for crowdsourced memories, is collecting memories of moms for Mother's Day. The best memory wins flowers for the chosen mom.

We all have special memories of our mothers, and what better time than to share them than Mother's Day.

Remember.com, an open platform for memories, is collecting memories of moms for Mother’s Day.

The site, which launched its beta in April, wants to put Mother’s Day memories in a single place and give people a place to pay tribute to moms worldwide, both living and dead, with funny, inspiring or tear-jerking stories.

The best “memory” will win a bouquet of flowers to be delivered to the mom of choice on the Monday after the holiday.

Participate by visiting http://www.remember.com and viewing the Mother’s Day topic from the site’s home page. The memories will all be displayed together in “collage-like” format on Remember.com, and can also be shared on social networks Facebook and Twitter.

Co-founder Brandon Sokol says that making a memory of your mom is the best gift one can give – and it’s free.

“We all have special memories of our mothers, and what better time to share them than Mother’s Day,” Sokol said. “It’s thoughtful and purposeful, and it can happen beautifully on Remember.com. We built the platform for these kinds of memories.”

The new website, which launched its beta in April, has built a platform to share and preserve the memories of any person, place or topic in the world. Anyone can go to Remember.com and add their memories for free.

The founders, and their team of four seasoned software engineers, say they hope to make Remember.com the world’s destination site for memories.

“Remember.com has the potential to bring people together through common interests and affinities, a vision not achieved by social networking sites,” said co-founder Jason Becker.

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