Tag: Twitter

Memolane for Events: Tips for Making Great Wedding Memories

We’ve always thought that Memolane has great potential to be a powerful tool for telling the story of events like festivals and sports tournaments as well as more intimate affairs like weddings, graduations, and family reunions. This past weekend I had the opportunity to test out Memolane for telling the story of a relative’s wedding. [...]

A Featured Story Q&A with Citrus Lane’s CEO Mauria Finley

We think of the Memolane team as a big family, and beyond our core members there are quite a few Memolane significant others, kids, and nieces and nephews, which is why everyone was excited when we discovered that e-commerce start-up Citrus Lane had joined the Memolane community. Citrus Lane is a subscription service for new [...]

Music on Memolane: Iration

We are huge fans of Iration at Memolane, not only because they were one of the first bands to embed a Memolane on their blog, but also because they make incredible music and they do all of their own social media. Micah Pueschel and Adam Taylor were kind enough to take some time out of [...]

Music on Memolane: Wait What

Do you remember the Notorious xx mix from the spring of 2010? The man behind its meteoric rise on the music blog scene was Wait What, aka Charlie Kubal. Charlie recently exchanged some emails with us (while backpacking around Southeast Asia) about making music while working and being a graduate student, and using Memolane to [...]

A Featured Story Q&A with Joe Stainbrook

This is part of an ongoing series of Q&A interviews with members of the Memolane community who are doing amazing things with lanes and stories. We found Joe and Mike’s story when we were sorting through stories on Memolane with the keywords “road trip.” Needless to say we were blown away by all the check-ins, [...]

May 19 / 2011

A Featured Story Q&A with the IAAC’s Tom Zydel

This is part of an ongoing series of Q&A interviews with members of the Memolane community who are doing amazing things with lanes and stories. We came across the IAAC’s story of the MAA Research Trips 2011 and were intrigued by the daily check-ins around the world, the architectural photographs, and the mix of tweets [...]

A Guide to Online Services on Memolane

Online social media and sharing services are what Memolane is all about. We organize all the content you have written, photographed, and shared through those services chronologically in one interactive timeline. Each tweet, Facebook update, Flickr photo, and song listened to on Last.fm becomes a memo on your Memolane – the history of your online [...]

December 01 / 2010