Silent Hands diary feature allows you to make entries any time, anywhere you have access to the internet. Your diary can then be shared only with the individuals you specify. You will feel safer knowing that your diary is stored in a secured site that is managed by professionals.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 26, 2006 –
Silent Hands (http://www.silenthands.com) allows users to leave messages for loved ones long after the funeral is over. The new website gives people the opportunity to reach out to those they have left behind, to communicate thoughts, videos, photos or files. Silent Hands also offers users a way to document their lives in an online diary that is kept private until it is released by the user's keyholders.
“Silent Hands is like a time capsule. It preserves your thoughts and feelings and lets you share them with loved ones after you have passed on,” says Maria Enriquez of Silent Hands LLC. “You can communicate with people individually and tell them all the things that have been left unsaid.”
Users have access to a message system which enables them to write an unlimited number of emails to loved ones. They can attach photos, sound, and video. Users can also have timed release emails, for example to be sent five years after their death or on a birthday or anniversary.
In addition, users can access an online diary.
“Writing in a diary or keeping your diary in your computer at home may not be the safest way to store years of your most treasured thoughts and memories.” says Maria Enriquez. “Silent Hands diary feature allows you to make entries any time, anywhere you have access to the internet. Your diary can then be shared only with the individuals you specify. You will feel safer knowing that your diary is stored in a secured site that is managed by professionals.”
Messages are released when the designated keyholder enters their information in the system. For security purposes, the user may delay the release of the messages after a keyholder activates the release to allow the user to cancel the process in case of a premature release. Up to two keyholders may be given the responsibility of releasing the user's messages upon their death. And a confirmation process is launched to ensure messages don't go out prematurely and to avoid unauthorized release of the messages.
Silent Hands charges a one-time $99 fee for its valuable service. There is currently a free 7 day trial period for new users. Silent Hands is a secured website.
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