I was fortunate enough to be able to walk away from the corporate world (Qualcomm) a few years ago and decided I wanted to do something fun and worthwhile with my life. I started a service that I like to describe as a service that saves lives. That is to say, I record video interviews that capture the stories of one’s life. These interviews cover memories or stories that the interviewee may have heard or remembers about ancestors, their grandparents, parents, siblings, stories of their childhood, growing up on the farm, or in the old neighborhood, their teenage years, meeting their spouse, having children, years in the military, jobs they've held, travel experiences, and so on. My markets are seniors who want to leave their stories as a legacy for their family and/or children whose parents are at that stage when their stories may disappear, if not recorded. I use a tag line from an old anonymous quote that reads "when an old person dies a library is lost."