BBC Memoryshare is a “place to share and explore memories.”

The site has a cool-looking timeline where you can access memories that people have written — on just about anything. In addition, and most importantly for this post, you can contribute a memory (after quickly registering at the BBC). Each memory is accessible through the timeline, through a keyword, or through an individual url address.

It’s pretty neat, and I’m adding it to The Best Places Where Students Can Write For An “Authentic Audience”.

I learned about the site through Information Aesthetics. Their post said you could also include photos and videos in your “memory,” but I didn’t see how you could do that. Let me know if you can figure that part out.