Memory Streams


Macro and Micro

Posted in Uncategorized by Memory Streams on August 21, 2011

When you start to use Memory Stream, I believe you will want at least two kinds of streams. One per big event and one more with all the events of that type on it.

For example, as a college student, you may see the value in keeping a Memory Stream about all of the classes you took and when.  Keep the details about each class to a minimum such as class title, instructor, dates you took the class and a brief synopsis.  Then you’ll want a Memory Stream for each individual class, noting the details above as well as uploading your papers and projects, a lengthier description and if the class was for your major.

Likewise, parents could make a Memory Stream for a child’s school years, noting the teacher and school name.  Then for each school year a more detailed Memory Stream could describe field trips, class mates, PDFs of special tests and projects, and of course photos.

Business people with numerous clients would make a Memory Stream for all clients and when they became a client and one for each client to keep detailed records.

The last example is a Memory Stream for all the vacations you take and one for each trip in detail.

So think macro and micro when making Memory Streams.

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  1. I know this if off topic but I’m looking into starting my own blog and was wondering what all is needed to get set up? I’m assuming having
    a blog like yours would cost a pretty penny? I’m not very web smart so I’m not 100% sure. Any recommendations or advice would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks


    • WordPress is free. I think the other blogging sites are as well. I set this up for Memory Streams and I don’t have any special blog training.


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