February 16, 2011
Picture this scenario, you find out that a loved one has passed away, perhaps someone who doesn’t live close to you so you weren’t told the moment it happened. You decide that aside from attending their funeral you would like to leave a nice note for their friends and family on their Facebook wall, unfortunately you are met with a “memorial” status on their Facebook wall, a status that was placed on the account when their family contacted Facebook. The abrupt nature of Facebook memorial pages (wall posts are suspended) can often be jarring for anyone looking to reconnect with an old friend or anyone who would like to share their memories of that person’s life, that’s where 1000Memories comes into play.
1000Memories is a social network where deceased individuals receive a special page that allows friends and family members to leave their favorite memories about that person on a page that is monitored to ensure nasty comments and inappropriate posts are not left on the pages of loved ones.
On a loved ones page you can upload bios, leave them messages, share photos from their past, share your favorite stories you experienced with the deceased, upload their favorite songs and even post videos. read more