Memeoirs lets users turn Facebook into an actual book

14 Mar 2014

Italian company Memeoirs already made a name for itself turning people’s email conversations into real, physical books. Now, the company has turned its focus to conversations happening on Facebook – so you can make a Facebook book.

“We want to be wherever our customers are having the most relevant conversations, online. Their feedback on our email books was overwhelming, and they pushed hard for us to expand our solution to Facebook,” said Memeoirs COO Fred Rocha.

“A lot of romantic and deep conversations now happen on social media, and there just isn’t a way to properly revisit and relive what, fundamentally, is the story of our lives,” he added.

Memeoirs’ hardcopy books have been used to document long-distance love stories or tales from travels that have played out over email exchanges.

A perfect-bound Facebook hardcover or paperback book can now be created by connecting your user account, selecting the friend whose exchanges you want to put in print, setting the time period and choosing a custom cover. Then, a custom print edition will be delivered to your door.

Memeoirs assures that it’s a safe and secure process that’s fully automated with no humans with prying eyes poring over your posts, and no customer data is left on its servers.

Elaine Burke is the host of For Tech’s Sake, a co-production from Silicon Republic and The HeadStuff Podcast Network. She was previously the editor of Silicon Republic.