Write for us: the first timelines created

On August 1, 2012 we launched a “write for us” program to increase the number of timelines in our database. These are the first timelines that have been created.

Since we launched our program, several people have successfully joined our team of writers. We´ll introduce you some of them.


Naomi has been the very first person to answer our call. She saw our post on a popular writing forum and decided to give it a try. She signed up, created her test timeline and when asked for feeback she had this to say about the program:

I think the payment scheme is fair and from what I can tell at this point seems inline with the amount of work needed to create the timelines. […] I found the creation process very easy and very straight forward. Actually it was quite enjoyable.

Her test timeline was a short biography of Douglas Adams, author of the science fiction comedy series “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” from where we get the famous quote “The Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe, and Everything is 42“.

The timeline is quite synthetic but well within our guidelines. The application was gladly accepted and she has since created a second timeline. She chose again from the list of topics suggested and created a timeline of the best speeches in American History. Very interesting indeed.


Henry is our second writer. He hasn’t managed to answer our email yet so we don’t know much about him but his history of Starcraft themed timeline has been accepted and he will be earning money with it too.


Did you like their timelines? Then go show some appreciation. They are eager to receive your “likes”, “shares” and comments.

Do you think you can do better? Then joins us. Go to the write for us page and follow the instructions.


About myhistro

myHistro is an interactive chronicle, a new way of social blogging for individuals and organizations. It is the simple way for telling stories and keeping histories alive. www.myhistro.com combines maps, timelines, photos, videos and blogs/posts to capture past events or memories and tell stories. myHistro can simultaneously visualize all three dimensions of a story: where, when, and how.
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