Step into the virtual pages of history. Sounds interesting and attracting. But after one discovers that he/she can write and keep own history online, the issue is much more involving.
According to the PRWeb.com through this Web site users can track life achievements, save stories or just jot down a secret family recipe for future generations to access on the Internet whenever they want.
What are the advantages of the site? Well, one can write a letter to their great, great grandchildren the way they lived. It is a kind of travel in the past.
If before that we were searching for the old photos of our grand grandparents in hope to make a chain, know who we are, where from ... On Mark in History users create their own pages, detailing their lisve or the lives of loved-ones. The information will remain accessible on the Internet in perpetuity.
Mark in History’s aim is to preserve the accounts of users through future generations as long as there is an Internet.
Creator, Thomas C. Davis Jr. says he felt inspired by the conversations over family dinners.
“We would talk about family members and end up arguing, in good nature, about this uncle or that grandmother, about who they were and what they did. Something like: ‘Remember when Freddie got a motorcycle and broke his leg? No, no, that was Tony. He had a cast on for two months and lost his job over it,’” says Davis. “Wouldn’t it be great if we could just look them up on the Internet and find out? Or look up anyone, here or gone? Find out who they were, what they did in life, how they lived? Unknown heroes? Forgotten family?”
Thomas C. Davis Jr. helps the situation and by Mark in History makes life never forgotten with time.