What Do You Find on Cemetery
By Ralph Hudson
I believe cemetery headstones should be telling a story
about that persons life. But when visiting the cemetery
where some of my relatives are buried, all you find is
names and dates, a few with a picture or a short
inscription that tells nothing about that persons life.
When someone passes, they should be more than a
statistic. You should have a feeling of emotional
For what it costs to have memorial headstones placed,
you should get more than a cut of granite, you should
get valuable information that future generations can use
to relate to that lasts as long as granite.
Sure you can get a website with what you want to share
about that person, and that certainly has value. But you
better look at these factors first.
Are they a reputable provider.
Do you know that your information is backed up in case
of server failure.
What are the costs involved, is it a one time fee, or a
subscription based service.
When entering your information is there a user friendly
interface with help.
Is there customer support with live chat and a phone
How about something new and different in headstone
technology, something considered as high-tech headstones
if that is possible.
Right now, when walking in the cemetery, I see a name
and date. That says nothing, and it took me a while just
to find the grave in this big cemetery. If this friend
or relative located here has been gone for a long time,
my memory of that person is perhaps faded, or I hope
there is information that has been saved that gives me a
glimpse of that persons life.
A new concept is available that can give me the
information about my loved one that lasts, as well as
value for my money. Here is new headstone technology
that we can appreciate.
Imagine discovering the grave marker of a distant
relative that besides the traditional name and date, you
find words that offer a glimpse of the life and times of
This concept combines old world craftmanship with
cutting edge technology.
A technique where delicate electronics are permanently
embedded in solid granite
This holds valuable information and photo about your
loved ones life that is stored in some of the worlds
largest and stable databases in the world for redundancy
and long term data survival.
The information is easily accessed from a cell phone
also using touch to stone technology.
The result is memorial headstones that is useful and
provides what cemetery headstones should be. So if you
would care to break tradition and look at what
technology has to offer today, I invite you to find more