My second son had his third birthday recently - and flicking back through old pictures and posts on my digi.me I was struck by how much has already fallen out of my own, non-digital memory. I'm not an obsessive photo-taker by any means, for social media or otherwise, but as I scrolled back on my … Continue reading My son has just turned 3 – and I’ve already forgotten so much about him
It's my eighth wedding anniversary today, but my favourite picture of a truly memorable day isn't a happy one, and not even really from the day itself. Allow me to explain... Obviously lots of memories of a great day are very much on my mind, aided happily by my digi.me app serving up a plethora … Continue reading The power of photos to lie as well as enhance
Death has been on my mind a lot recently - and not always in a bad way. My husband's much-loved grandmother (above, meeting our first son, her great-grandson, in 2011) would have been 100 last week, but sadly died eight weeks short of her century after old age finally caught up with the strongest of … Continue reading Digital legacy: leaving memories of a life lived and loved behind
We've welcomed a new addition to the digi.me family recently, and it's given us a reminder of the pleasure of making memories. Little Sophie was born weighing 8lbs 8oz and, along with her mum, is doing well. Her proud parents have, of course, been taking lots of pictures of her, and as a family they … Continue reading Welcome, Sophie, to a world of happy memories you can enjoy forever
Have I gone completely crazy I hear you say! How can archiving be fun... Why would I want to do that? So lets go back to the beginning, you joined a social network to share moments and memories with friends. You've now built up a few months or many years of memories online that have … Continue reading Friday Fun: Archiving… Really?