Social sites like Facebook, Chime.in and others have allowed us to document a great many things about ourselves and lives. Users are able to post lengthy threads about their day, life experience or general interest. Those sites are great for sharing and the information passed is public, but what happens if you want to document things in a more private manner? OhLife is your personal life log.
In the past, diaries or logs were used to document handwritten entries about daily events or goings on in one’s life. They were meant to be, for the most part, private and a nice way of reliving memories. In the age of technology, the art of handwritten journaling has dwindled. Users today rely on email, eReaders and other means to read, take notes and store information. OhLife is a way to take advantage of technology and still create a diary of life events.
OhLife works via email reminder. Instead of remembering to login everyday, OhLife sends a reminder email to you asking about your day. From a diary perspective this is ideal and can create a habit forming method of cataloging daily thoughts. If daily is too often, just ignore the emails and use it only when needed.
Eventually, you’ll have a nice time-line collection of events, stories and private thoughts. OhLife is a straightforward way of transitioning from handwritten to digital with as little pain as possible.
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