26% of personal journals are on PC or Mac.

Of the 900+ Mechanical Turk users that we have surveyed, 1 out of 4 personal diaries/journals (26%) are kept on a Mac or PC.

pyxlin vs Mac or PC

Last week I spoke with Debbi, a lady while promoting pyxlin at BYU Womens Conference. Womens Conference is about 18,000 women (mostly moms) from all over the world gathered on BYU campus.

When Debbi saw pyxlin, she could hardly contain her excitement. Debbi explained that she kept a regular journal on her home computer for 4 years; diligently recording family memories, photos, lessons she had learned, and everyday life events. Unfortunately she never backed anything up. Debbi was devastated when her computer crashed just a few months ago. She lost everything!

Apparently Debbi’s situation is not unusual. According to our survey, 13 percent of those who keep a personal journal said that they have lost a journal due to a computer crash. Another 3 percent said they have lost their journal to an accident (i.e. house fire, flood…) or natural disaster.

Personally, having lost one of my own journals, I believe that their are very few things more important to keep safe in this life than our personal journals.

Pyxlin will solve this problem faced by 16 of 100 journalers. Pyxlin will be secure & private with a permanent archive online to keep it safe from house-fires, floods, natural disasters, computer crashes, terrorists, tsunamis, kids, spouses, and even siblings.

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May 10, 2007. discussions, journal research, Uncategorized.

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