Startup Spotlight (August 2016) — JRNL is an application to help people get in the habit of journal writing and recording their own lives by using texts, emails, and social media. CEO and Founder Nick Jones says that while journal writing was once considered a private, even hidden exercise, social media has made journaling more public and fundamentally changed how people keep records about their lives. JRNL is designed to help people more easily write, share and keep meaningful journals, even as physical books if users want. JRNL was recently part of Boom Startup‘s Spring 2016 cohort.
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