Worried about losing your favorite memories?
Memodoo is a new social media website that helps systemize your memories
(MediaQuire) When you have had a wonderful spiritual experience you want to treasure the memories for as long as possible. But many of us realize that the memories of an experience end up blurry. Unless we use Memodoo, a new social media website that helps systemize our memories of memorable experiences.
Briefly told, Memodoo is a digital logbook for 27 different types of experiences. In each category there are written cues that will guide you in your writing and get around the experience in question. To make it easy to remember, review, and rate the experience you place your entry in one of the 27 Memodoo categories. One of these categories is Memorable Spiritual Experiences.
The 27 categories are divided into 5 groups: Travel, Culture, Entertaining, Leisure, and Personal Growth. Other categories in the Personal Growth group are Conversations, Dreams, Moments of Happiness, Religious Ceremonies, and Years.
– The idea for Memodoo came when I read a quote by author and aviator Anne Morrow Lindbergh. At one time she said: “My diaries were written not to preserve the experience, but to savour it, to make it even more real, more visible and palpable, than in actual life. For in our family an experience was not finished, unless written down”, Memodoo founder Henrik Vejlgaard says.
– Today many people feel the same way: that an experience is not complete unless you have documented it. Now, of course, we use social media for that. Memodoo has been created specifically for writing about what is memorable and to create a website where you want to go back and refresh your memories. There is a lot of joy to be had in reading about all the great experiences that shape your life. On a practical level it is also where you go when you cannot remember your thoughts of the spiritual experience when it occurred. You always have your memory with you when you Memodoo, Vejlgaard says.
You can Memodoo on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. You can share your Memodoo entry on Facebook, Twitter or via email. Or you can choose to keep your Memodoo completely private, just for your own enjoyment.
It is free to Memodoo.