It’s been 2 years since I first came up with the idea to build this web service and it’s already been through one name change and a whole lot of new features and removal of features. I guess when I started I wasn’t sure what type of product this site would be, and I certainly […]
“Memories of our lives, of our works and our deeds will continue in others.” Rosa Parks – African-American civil rights activist Often I’ve met people who’ve considered change to be the most fearful thing the world, yet it is the single attribute we have that has literally kept us evolving. Evolution is change, as we […]
There really isn’t a difference between the 2, but the terms have been bandied about as if they were completely different things. When the internet started getting crazy and people were writing all the time online, they started to call these personal online journals a blog. The video version soon came after this, especially with […]
There’s a movement happening right now and it’s this whole business of mindfulness, but what on earth is it? I’ve been wondering this myself and trying to get a handle on it, and the most sensible answer I can get is that it is an approach to life that aims to create a stronger bond […]
I recently had the pleasure of speaking to Seam Kaminsky who wrote the book “Naked Lens: Video Blogging & Video Journaling to Reclaim the YOU in YouTube” which is all about self discovery and self awareness. We both had similar ideas on how video journaling is probably the best way to self discovery and learning […]
We’ve recently added a new feature to the site and we are calling it the Thought Discovery Panel or TDP for short.
After researching and investigating more about why people want to record video logs, we discovered that although people wanted to tell their story to their future selves, they just didn’t know where to start.
These days with the abundance of digital devices with cameras, we all find ourselves recording more and more video as well as photos.
This is certainly the case when it comes to vacations or holidays as we Brits call it. But what do you do with all those video snippets that end up sitting on your phone or tablet device or even on a hand held camcorder?
There couldn’t be a more worthwhile project than recording your family history on video. In the past this might have been a difficult thing to do with high video costs in equipment and media, and also the complexity of editing and organising.
People around the world are living day to day getting older and their
memories getting weaker. It’s a simple fact of life, and as we get older, we will find it harder to remember stories and events from the past.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could simple record as you go along? That way, you can remind yourself of the stories, and leave a long lasting legacy for your future generations to watch.
The features and upgrades are coming quick in the early part of this year. We’ve had some more revelations and now we are improving Mindlogr to give the best possible interface and system for recording personal videos.
In this new version we’ve made some changes to both the main website and the application once you’ve logged in. The main website has been given an overhaul in design to hopefully present the Mindlogr experience in a more faithful light.