We are 2 years old now and constantly learning about how to improve this project and website, and how to develop features which we believe the users would like. In our research and studies we’ve identified a few barriers to wider adoption of video logs as a means of recording personal thoughts, life and history. […]
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?
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.
We are continually trying to improve the platform to make it fast, fun and easy to record even more video logs. Since the previous upgrade where we introduced the capabilities for file upload and mobile recording, we have seen an increase in the number of videos being recorded on a daily basis. It’s caused us […]
Recently, well just last week, we decided to launch the latest round of upgrades for Mindlogr and amongst them were a couple of big upgrade features which we wanted to write about so that new and old users can see what this means for their logging experience.
As the world of vlogging explodes on the internet, there is still an ongoing need for a private place where people can store their video snippets and that’s why we continue to improve Mindlogr with a hope that we can fulfil that gap.
You might think Mindlogr is a private video logging tool, but there are some really cool features which can be used differently if you want to. Take for example the shared logging facilities. Here you can create a shared video log in which you and any of your invited sharers can participate in. Since this […]
I’ve been working very hard to improve the service and to make it clearer as to what you can do with it and how we can move forward, so in this particular post I’m going to explain the change of name, and also the revamped interface as well as feature set. Then to wrap up […]
DiaryMemo has always been a growing project and there are new ideas floating about all the time, some of which make it to the live version of the site. Today we released the latest version 2.5 of the software and it’s got some cool features we’d like to share with you. The first is weather […]
I’ve read in a few places that people who are writing in online journals or diaries like to consider an exit strategy. I guess this is normal to think about what happens if you decide to leave a service or the service goes down or bankrupt. With a traditional pen and paper, your only risks […]