Online diary of family history

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Memories hold a special place in everyone’s life; especially when these beautiful recollections revolve around children. Creating a memoir with pictures, videos and albums is a thing of the past, these days many new-age parents like to create and maintain an online record of their family by uploading various personal details.
There are many websites in India that are now providing online space and facilities for those who like to store their family memories in the web world. From websites like indiamemoryproject.com, myfamily.com to joognu.com, there are many online portals that are now documenting the history of a family in digital format.
Anirvan Dam, founder of joognu.com, reveals that since everyone has an online presence these days, many parents are keen on maintaining an online journal about their family. He says, “A child’s first step, the first word they speak, the first time they laugh are among the many moments that become priceless memories for parents. Bringing up a child is a delightful journey, and parents want to store these memories for their kids when they grow up. A website like ours offers a secure space that allows these memories to be preserved in audio, video and photo format.”
Unlike other popular social networking sites, these specific websites secure the data and hence many young couples prefer storing their personal data on these portals. Nupur Mehra, a mother of a three-year-old, says, “When my son was born, we used to share his pictures on social sites. However, while he was growing up I realised I wanted to document a lot of things about him so that when he is old enough he can go back to these records and re-live his childhood. I registered on a family website a year ago and we maintain it like a digital diary, with pictures and texts about his childhood.”

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