As people age--and become much more aware of their own mortality--it's natural that they start to think about their legacy. In a bid to address that urge to pass on a legacy to the next generation, Denver-based KDB Software has rolled out a new software tool, Reflections. The new tool is targeted at baby boomers, and helps them document their family history, pass on wisdom to their children and grandchildren, and share thoughts and advice with their family and friends. The startup--founded by Kevin Devault, who says he is also a baby boomer--offers up a on online service which lets users type or record their thoughts, and tie those to photos, images, and videos. The service even supports third parties--a family member, caregiver, or others--to also help create those creations. Pricing on the new software was not announced.
Top NewsFriday, March 14, 2014
Reflections Launches Software To Help Pass On Life Knowledge, Experience