Ponga was a guest on the remarkable All Home Care Matters (allhomecarematters.com) podcast reshared on YouTube.
From the podcast description: We are honored to have had the privilege to welcome Barbara Tien the Co-Founder of PONGA to All Home Care Matters. Ponga is a fast, easy, and fun way to organize your pictures and explore the stories. Your stories come to life with words, voice, video, and other media. Your stories are personal, engaging, and accessible. With Ponga, you circulate them privately—free of the prying eyes of social media!Barbara also helped to establish a Family Council (one of the first of its kind in her community) for families who have loved ones in facilities to help create accountability and to create a voice for the residents/patients and their families.#ponga#photos#memories
Do you have important and precious photos that you would love to add context or historical information to them, but don’t know how? Meet Ponga! Watch our brief video for the fun way to organize your memories and bring the details of any photo back to life. Free 21-day trial available!
Ponga had an exciting series of live and recorded programs scheduled during Rootstech. To learn more about future events, visit us at ⮕ ponga.com/events Ponga lets you organize your pictures quickly and easily so that you can use them to privately share stories with family and friends. With Ponga, you can use pictures to capture research, crowdsource memories, and curate your family legacy for future generations.
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.