I can't see the appeal in taking a daily photo of myself just to see the face sagging and the wrinkle lines deepen but, especially when our children were younger, I would have loved this iPhone App that prompts you to take a photo every day and then builds a time-lapse video montage. If you used the prompt to not just take a photo but write a few words it could quickly build into a powerful and remarkably painless journal!

Project 365 is a similar application. I love it! The challenge is to take a creative photo on the "nothing's happening" days.
# Posted By Mary Garner | 3/25/11 7:23 AM
Thank you Mary, good to know!
# Posted By Davina - BookBrowse editor | 3/25/11 1:05 PM
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