PRLog - Dec. 31, 2007 - LIBERTYVILLE, Ill. -- With hectic lives, it's harder and harder for people to keep a diary or journal. The life-changing activity recommended by Oprah Winfrey and Tom Brokaw is increasingly harder to do as people find their time consumed by work and family.
A new audio-journaling service is making it easier for people to journal on the run. The LifeOnRecord telephone journaling service is becoming an easy but meaningful way to preserve the important moments in life.
Subscribers to the LifeOnRecord Personal Journal (http://www.lifeonrecord.com/
Alaa El Ghatit, the founder of the company explains, "People always have a phone nearby, so it's perfect for baby journals, spiritual journals, and for anyone who wants to preserve a thought or story when inspiration hits".
"There is power and emotion in hearing a voice that you don't get when you read words written on a page", El Ghatit explains.
The recordings can be preserved onto a keepsake CD, managed from a Web site, listened to on a telephone, automatically emailed, and podcasted directly into iTunes.
Although you frequently see people using digital and video cameras, the meaningful, day-to-day stories are being forgotten. LifeOnRecord makes for convenient, easy-to-operate memory keeping that meets the needs of today's lifestyles.
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LifeOnRecord is a unique and innovative service that lets people capture and preserve their thoughts, stories, and memories from any telephone.