I have now created and received two books published from Day One journal entries. The first book was a "sketchbook" of photographs I had taken and edited using some photoart apps. There was no text other than the date/time/location information automatically added by Day One. It's a delightful little book with one image per page. The… Continue reading Follow-up – Day One Book Printing
A recent Day One update includes the ability to turn your journal into a book. This is only available on Day One 2.0 - desktop and mobile versions. To find it, go to Settings and choose the Book Printing option. This slideshow walks you through the steps to create your book. When you are ready,… Continue reading Day One Book Printing
Thanks to the mobile phone, we will leave behind many more photographs than our ancestors could ever image. Not only that, but our photos will automatically include date and place information in the file. With little effort on our part, we can also add even more descriptive information - all embedded in the photo file.… Continue reading Telling Stories with Pictures
Yesterday I stumbled onto two delightfully creative iOS photo apps from an Australian company called The Lens Lab. Between them you can turn journaling into an eye-catching experience.
Lots of new features in the latest Day One update. This video demonstrates them and how to put them to use.
The digital age has brought some new and creative ideas to journaling. It's fun, affordable and easy to capture those special family moments to share with future generations. See for yourself!
Did you know that Day One now supports checklists? This journaling app gets more interesting every day. The Day One Tips playlist on YouTube is a great place to start.
Journaling is a great way to capture the "little stories" of your family and your ancestors. Tags make it easy to collect those stories and turn them into any number of creative projects. Here's a look at tags in one journal app - Day One.