Footnote announced the addition of Footnote Pages at the TechCrunch50 Conference in San Francisco, California.
"We've been encouraging people to upload their personal shoeboxes of mementos to Footnote.com," explains Footnote CEO, Russ Wilding. "Now with Footnote Pages, friends and family come together to share those stories and memories about the people they care about and are able to create a more colorful and rich picture of the past."
To kick-off this project, Footnote today released over 80 million Footnote Pages created from data contained in the Social Security Death Index. The Footnote Pages also include timelines, maps, and other features. This greatly increases the chances of finding a page already started for someone you know.
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