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Tuesday, April 1, 2008 - 11:59 am

Just got a heads-up on a new website, Linkory , that lets you share memories with the world. From their website…

Everyone has memories. We share them with friends and family throughout our lives. Linkory.com is the only place that makes capturing and sharing memories fun, easy and free.

Your posting of a particular memory will act as the first link in a chain. Others in the global community with similar experiences will add to the chain. This powerful and exciting Linkory process will reveal the complete recollection of an event, enhance the experience for all participants, and generate an historical sequence. You will reunite with family and friends and connect with others who share common or related memories.

Recall huge world events: Where were you when 9/11 happened, what were you doing when you heard about the death of Princess Diana or when the Berlin Wall came down? Were you in Myanmar in September, 2007? Post your photographs and describe your visit to the 1969 Woodstock Festival, your attendance at the Simon and Garfunkel concert in Central Park or the Olympic Games. Share your experiences with others who were in your military unit , at your university, or at a summer camp with you. You can choose to make your memories public, or you may limit who may view and contribute to your Linkory.

In this small world, Linkory.com is indeed a powerful collaboration and social networking space that connects all of us, globally.

For the first time, the world’s history is being written in real-time, collectively and un-edited. Linkory.com is the future of history.

I’m going to add some of my memories!

 

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