The Loayza family album

How will you pass on your memories to future generations?

Jun Loayza
Dec 21, 2021 · 4 min read

I have a challenge.

Check out this message I just got from Google. 😱

I naively thought that storing photos on Google would be free forever, but of course, at some point, we got to pay up.

$1.99/month doesn’t seem bad at all. It’s only $24/year. But for how many years?

For the next 10 years? 20 years? I’m sure that in the next few decades I’ll need to upgrade my storage plan and prices will inevitably increase.

And that’s when I started thinking about the longevity of my memories.

Will my children pay for my Google Photos Storage? What about my grandchildren?

At some point in the future, it is inevitable that one of the following will happen:

Both scenarios lead to lost memories.

As I’m writing this, I’m home for the holidays at my mom’s place. In order to entertain my daughters, I brought out the old photo albums to tell them some stories.

They quickly got distracted, but I spent the next hour just looking at all of our memories.

I don’t remember my mom and dad smiling together — ever

The photo above really stood out to me. I can easily tell that it’s my younger brother’s 3rd birthday, but I want to know more. I want to know the story about that day. Look how happy my mom and dad are. I honestly don’t remember ever seeing them smile together like that.

As I flipped through the albums, three thoughts came to mind:

Metablox — pass on memories to future generations

I believe Metablox is well positioned to pass on memories to future generations.

If Metablox is successful, then we will have accomplished the following:

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