StoryHome allows family members separated by distance to send audio recordings to one another, allowing your kids to hear tall tales from nana

For children who live across the country, on a different continent or just in a different time zone than their grandparents, it’s not always possible to spend long afternoons listening to them chat about their lives in decades past. That’s the philosophy behind StoryHome, an audio recorder that allows family members who are separated by distance to easily share stories with one another.

Here’s how it works: a grandmother who wants to share the story of how she and her husband met with her grandchildren would simply plug in her StoryHome device and connect to the Internet. The device would then prompt her to tell a first story—if she already knows what she wants to talk about, she can invent her own, or she can choose to answer one of hundreds of sample questions supplied by the device.

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