Friday, May 24, 2013
Two days ago was my three year anniversary with @DrDiver.  We had a small wedding along the coast of RI, and we loved every second of it.  
When I woke up two days ago, I did what I usually do within the first 15 minutes of pulling myself out of bed and back into the real (and digital) world: I loaded Timehop.
This screen cap above was what I saw.  I got a chance to take 5 mins in my morning routine to sit and reflect on this awesome day by scanning through a bunch of photos that were pulled in from my Dropbox.
When Jonathan and Benny started Timehop (then called 4SquareAnd7YearsAgo), they painted for me a vision of the value in all the social content we are creating together online, after the content falls past the 24-hour shelf life of news feeds and timelines.
The company’s latest feature, launched yesterday, goes a step further than social feeds: you can now pull all your private photos into Timehop, so you can relive them on each anniversary.
My morning two days ago was such a killer experience. Not only was it a wonderful shot of nostalgia and emotion, but additionally I emailed off a couple photos from the app to relevant people, so it sparked me to reconnect with my closest friends and family too. I highly recommend you start syncing up your photos and try it yourself.
One final reason: this will be great ammo for #tbt!

Two days ago was my three year anniversary with @DrDiver.  We had a small wedding along the coast of RI, and we loved every second of it.  

When I woke up two days ago, I did what I usually do within the first 15 minutes of pulling myself out of bed and back into the real (and digital) world: I loaded Timehop.

This screen cap above was what I saw.  I got a chance to take 5 mins in my morning routine to sit and reflect on this awesome day by scanning through a bunch of photos that were pulled in from my Dropbox.

When Jonathan and Benny started Timehop (then called 4SquareAnd7YearsAgo), they painted for me a vision of the value in all the social content we are creating together online, after the content falls past the 24-hour shelf life of news feeds and timelines.

The company’s latest feature, launched yesterday, goes a step further than social feeds: you can now pull all your private photos into Timehop, so you can relive them on each anniversary.

My morning two days ago was such a killer experience. Not only was it a wonderful shot of nostalgia and emotion, but additionally I emailed off a couple photos from the app to relevant people, so it sparked me to reconnect with my closest friends and family too. I highly recommend you start syncing up your photos and try it yourself.

One final reason: this will be great ammo for #tbt!

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