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Lifenaut.com Receives Over 1,000 Unique Visitors After Earning Adobe Site of the Day Award
The Terasem Movement Foundation Inc., ( http://www.terasemmovementfoundation.com/ ) established in 2004 announced today that its flagship immortality social networking Web site, Lifenaut.com, which launched on September 10, 2007 as a beta site, has been selected as the official Adobe® Site of the Day for October 1, 2007 http://www.adobe.com site of the day, causing a surge in traffic to over 1,000 unique visitors in just the first 24 hours.
"We're honored that Lifenaut.com has been selected as Adobe's Site of the Day," said Bruce Duncan, Managing Director, Terasem Movement Foundation. "Using Adobe Flex® 2, our development partner Connect Studios of Providence RI, has created a platform that enables even the most novice user a place to upload and store their life journey information for generations to come. It also offers access to a unique set of powerful features that allow users to view their life information in a variety of different ways. We're proud to be recognized in this way, and look forward to continuing to make the Web a place where people all over the world can create, connect, and explore."
ABOUT SITE OF THE DAY
Adobe recognizes outstanding Web sites through its Site of the Day program. Site of the Day Web sites exemplify strong visual design, superior functionality, and innovative usage of Adobe products. Site of the Day is one of the most popular sections of http://www.adobe.com . Adobe receives many submissions from excellent, innovative, and results-proven projects built with Adobe technology, and it features the best examples from organizations spanning diverse industries from boutique agencies, large creative firms, and Adobe partners to the public sector.
About The Terasem Movement Foundation Inc.
The Terasem Movement Foundation is a private foundation established to conduct educational programs and support scientific research in the geo-ethical application of computer and nanotechnology for human life extension.
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