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Online Memory of Life at 1000 Memories

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What is an appropriate way to remember someone online after they have died?

You find to be a useful tool to recommend to others. Here is a bit from their website:

1000Memories is a new way to remember the life of someone you love. We help you build a space to share photos, record stories, and memories with family and friends. Everyone knows a person in a different way and together, we can create a truly special place to remember a life. It’s absolutely 100% free to use and your memories will be stored here forever.

How do you feel about this?

By Andrew Conard

Christian, husband, son, brother, homeowner

One reply on “Online Memory of Life at 1000 Memories”

I don’t know. I’ve watched facebook and myspace pages become shrines after peers have died. There are people who died years ago whose walls are commented on weekly or more that I know of. Their page has become a digital grave marker of sorts; some are kept up by family, while others simply continue to exist as people add tags to photos and comments as if somehow trying to communicate through the text on the screen.

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