Planning my parent's 60th anniversary and this is perfect! Thanks!
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Ferndale, WA (PRWEB) March 19, 2009
The People History is celebrating three years online by providing free, printable A4 posters for important celebrations -- including images from 10, 15, 25, 50 and 80 years ago -- suitable for placing in picture frames.
Following many requests from visitors to The People History for printouts to give as birthday presents, Pearson said he decided to create A4 sheets and make them available for free.
"Each poster lists the events, consumer prices, technology and popular culture that makes each year unique," Pearson said. "They are ideal gifts for birthdays, anniversaries and reunions."
The free posters have proven to be extremely popular, and many site visitors have left positive comments, he said. Comments have included:
- "Thank you! What a meaningful birthday gift!"
- "Planning my parent's 60th anniversary and this is perfect! Thanks!"
- "Great idea. I'm using this for my in-laws wedding and anniversary!"
- "Thank you so much for this print-easy page; just what I needed for my granddaughter's b-day scrapbook."
- "Thanks for the great info. My mother's 75th birthday will be enriched by this trivia."
- "Going to use this for our 30th class reunion."
About The People History
The People History (http://www.thepeoplehistory.com) is a non-commercial site with limited advertising whose main objective is to make modern history interesting and fun. This is achieved by combining facts and information with the latest in multimedia technology, including videos related to that period in history. Visitors are able to print or download the site's posters to their computer, and users are reminded to leave The People History copyright notice in place on the images.
The People History archive includes each year from 1920 to 2009 and additional sections on the history of certain subjects, including the history of fashion, computers and mobile phones. Pages contain links to related videos, including commercials and news items from past eras.
Visitors to The People History have grown each year as the site has added both information and multimedia that makes modern history informative and fun. The site's most popular page, "This Day In History," is updated daily and includes videos related to that day's news stories.
The People History is also one of the early adopters of Google Friend Connect because of the exiting opportunities it will provide to The People History Friends Connect members to interact in the next generation of social networking tools.
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