We love our industry and look for opportunities to engage and share our stories with family historians, photo enthusiasts, DIY photo curators, photo detectives, story tellers. We collaborate with senior learning centers, memory care advocates, and anyone who cares about the story a picture can tell.
Join us for the Winter Genealogy Show, a virtual event worldwide from noon GMT Friday, December 2nd through noon GMT on Sunday, December 4th. The show is rooted in the UK with a worldwide slate of distinguished speakers.
We're delighted to see so many familiar faces on the list. Including Lisa Lisson, Thomas MacEntee, and Daniel Loftus. Some sessions are live, though all sessions will be recorded and available to registrants on-demand for 30 days after the event. Such a deal!
Get your tickets now and stop by for a visit! December 2 to 4, 2022.TICKETS
We'll be joining our California HQ we'll be live from 0700 to 1900 Pacific Time (GMT-8)
Sometimes Stone is enlisted to do interviews with clients and family to gather stories and materials. The stories go into the resulting archives or albums and help connect individuals and families with their memories.Read story
The difference between photo books or websites and a Ponga-created family album is like the difference between simply window shopping and trying something on and taking it home.Read story
If you want to preserve and save your photos against catastrophe or turn your pictures and family heirlooms into stories to be shared, then today’s topic of Ponga will interest you.Read story
...the people who put things on your site are not just customers, they're people that you care about and you want their stories to be shared with their families...Listen to Episode
This frequently viewed interview dives into the power of storytelling and its important role when caring for loved one suffering from dementia. The interview features specific details on using Ponga, including a demonstration.Watch Episode
When we research genealogy, we are filling out our family trees with facts like births, marriages, and locations. This important work is even more exciting when you have old photographs of ancestors to explore at the same time. At Ponga, we started with the latest technologies to organize photographs by the faces of the people in each photo. We then created a way to add stories and memories.Powerful zoom features let you get into details, add comments with a few words, or a story in your own voice, drop in a snapshot, or paste a link to embed a home movie or oral history interview. Rich with stories and memories, your pictures become platters that can be privately shared, collecting anecdotes and revealing details. The connective tissue of these stories engages generations young and old with the family they share.
Barbara Tien, co-founder at Ponga.com, demonstrates how Ponga helps you organize your pictures quickly and easily so that you can use them to privately share stories with family and friends.The TMCC Library offers an Open Genealogy Lab each Friday, it's free, online and open to the public. TMCC Librarian Suzanne Malek welcomes in a new guest speaker as we explore a different genealogy topic each week
This is the second in our #saveyourphotos series "Storytellers & the Photo," a conversation series with storytellers who've thought very deeply about the role of memory, objects, and photos. In this episode, we're talking with Martie McNabb of ShowandTales.com about her remarkable story share events. This preview gives you a taste of the inspiring joy and enthusiasm of our conversation. In commemoration of September 11, Martie's Show & Tales will be hosted a virtual salon in coordination with https://LetsReimagine.com to touch on remembrances of that fateful day.
The first in our Ponga series of conversations about Storytellers and the Photo for SaveYourPhotos.org Month. I'm Barbara, one of the co-founders at Ponga, and in this episode, I'm speaking with Betty Marton of In Your Own Words Publishing (www.iyowpublishing.com/) about some of the core principles of storytelling and how they apply to stories told in pictures.