London, United Kingdom, June 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Memfy.com is a new way to help people remember all of life’s events, from the big important ones to the small, everyday ones that may sometimes slip our minds.
Many have spent serious lengths of time reminiscing about a ski trip taken in high school, wondering what happened to the people that we'd "never forget?" There are the big social networks, and it is thought to be easy to go back and see what photos have been taken and how much fun friends mentioned they had – then it is discovered that searching through posted items isn't easy, and that photo albums were about as organized as a soup sandwich. Three hours and a thousand status updates later, many think that the big sites are good at some things, but with others? Not so much. This is exactly what Memfy founders, Anand Pajpani and Sudipt Shah, thought while they were sitting around their office one day, trying to remember their whirlwind university days.
"We found it strange that we could not recall dates and our memories from those earlier times, and that’s where the Memfy idea was born: to create a website where users could capture their memories and share with other users."
At Memfy, a "memory can be added," tagged, and looked back at at any time: Memfy entries ("Memfies") are easy to sort and search. It can take days to find an old post on some social networking sites, and a lot of people just throw their photos up on the site when they remember to empty out their camera’s flash cards. At Memfy, organizing memories is easier than posting a lolcat to a friend's wall.
"The current big social networks do not really provide a way to look back on your precious memories. With Memfy.com, this aspect was key, so we have ensured you can find and sort through your Memfies quickly and easily, with plenty of filtering options at your disposal."
Memfy.com is a site designed to last a lifetime – so get in on the nostalgia, and join Memfy.com today by going to http://www.memfy.com.
Anand Pajpani and Sudipt Shah founded Memfy.com, a new website designed to preserve users’ memories of all of life’s happenings, from weddings and birthdays to the everyday gems that make life worth living. They’ve been collaborating on internet ventures since March of 2009, when they left their office jobs to start their own business.