Not Forgotten makes modern legacies. Not Forgotten is a legacy products company on a mission to future-proof legacies and connect families with their memories for generations.
Personal digital archives are built in the USA using professional grade Library 2.0 technology – the gold standard in storage, search and access tools, which keep memories secure, free-to-find and easy-to-access for generations. Our library catalogs every legacy and our trust fund ensures legacies are secure by keeping them healthy and in the most up to date formats for up to 300 years
At Not Forgotten we believe everyone's story deserves to last - decentralized and rent free. Protected from censorship, cancels & comments. This means that your onetime payment buys your preservation space in three locations on three types of media for up to 300 years, and you will never have to rely on family members or social media to look after your precious media when you are gone.
● FUTURE PROOF STORAGE All Not Forgotten products are treated to the same gold standard Preservation Protocols. Each legacy is archived to Library of Congress standards which means three reproductions are kept in three locations on three types of media so our legacies are safe from natural disaster and cyber attack; File formats are updated regularly so legacies are never obsolete; and we outrun digital decay by actively monitoring legacies for data rot which ensures every legacy in our care is always healthy.
● FUTURE PROOF SEARCH Using a combination of mapping technology and a process of meticulously cataloging each legacy product in family history records, the library system, and on the blockchain, multiple records are attached to each archive to ensure it can never go missing. Using geo location tools legacies can also be linked to resting sites.
● FUTURE PROOF ACCESS The Digital Preservation Trust works hand in hand with the Not Forgotten Library to protect, fund and provide access to legacies for generations. guarantees your legacies and memories are accessible for up to 300 years.