Last January, I published an article entitled Store Your Digital Data Forever that described the photo archival services of Chronicle of Life. The non-profit provides archival quality storage of your digital photographs by devoting the will preserve digital photographs, audio, video, text, blogs, status updates, or anything else kept in a digital format, forever.
The Chronicle of Life Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to save personal memories forever. Today, Chronicle of Life CEO Kai Pommerenke said, "we made it free for users to store their autobiography in our trustworthy digital repository, to remove any excuse for not preserving their memories."
Pommerenke says the service complements web sites such as Ancestry.com, in that Chronicle of Life allows you to leave a legacy and makes it easier for your descendants to find out about your life and their heritage. The online service allows you to share your stories and files with only the people you care about, letting your children and grandchildren learn about you and their heritage.
The free service includes up to 5 megabytes of permanent storage space, enough to store more than 1,000 pages of text, or your complete autobiography. Additional storage space is available for a fee.
You can learn more at http://www.chronicleoflife.com
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