Using Dreamboard: The dream symbols in your dream journal

One of the activities you can enjoy in Dreamboard is studying the symbols in the dreams you have recorded. There are many theories about why certain things emerge in our dreams. Dreamboard symbol taxonomy and descriptions are the result of the multi-disciplinary work and research of psychologists, anthropologists and sociologists. Dreamboard is designed to give […]

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Using Dreamboard: How to log a new dream

We designed the Dreamboard experience to make it easy to remember the details of your dreams.  That’s why the screen takes you through specific elements identified by scientists to be the most illustrative of a dream.  Dreamboard prompts you to recall the dream’s details even when you’ve just woken up. To help you do so, we […]

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10,000 thanks!

Dreamboard is psyched!  We are happy to announce that we now have more than 10,000 people registered to use Dreamboard.  We reached this milestone ahead of our own target date.  Plus, more than 60 percent of users are active and 1,000 use the service every day. Dreamboard added the first 1,000 users in 87 days. […]

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What they say about Dreamboard

Since we launched the Dreamboard dream journal in private beta we have received a lot of valuable feedback from our users. Some feedback has been nothing short of enthusiastic, some has highlighted shortcomings, some has pointed us towards important features. All has been immensely useful. We thank you for it. Keep it coming! Here’s a […]

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Why using social technology does not make Dreamboard a social network

It seems as if every startup wants to call itself a social network.  We’re even beginning to see it in the dream tracking space. Granted, we foresee a time in Dreamboard’s future when sharing dream content, either within a close circle of friends or publicly, is a feature for each Dreamboard user to choose.  So […]

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Dream Storyboards: Stranded in London (Episode 5)

Here’s the fifth and last episode of one of the “storyboard visualization” experiments that we conducted to extract the perceived, represented, and interpreted information from one of our early subject’s dreams (read this earlier blog post to learn more.) Umberto Prunotto, CEO ================================     Now it is time for the wedding, which is being celebrated in a Gothic cathedral with towering vaults. […]

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Dream Storyboards: Stranded in London (Episode 4)

Here’s the fourth episode of one of the “storyboard visualization” experiments that we conducted to extract the perceived, represented, and interpreted information from one of our early subject’s dreams (read this earlier blog post to learn more.) Umberto Prunotto, CEO ================================ While he is in the lobby of his hotel, he notices a little door in a hidden corner: he draws closer – […]

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Dream Storyboards: Stranded in London (Episode 3)

Here’s the third episode of one of the “storyboard visualization” experiments that we conducted to extract the perceived, represented, and interpreted information from one of our early subject’s dreams (read this earlier blog post to learn more.) Umberto Prunotto, CEO ================================ Then the man finds himself overcome by a violent evocative force that sucks him backwards in time, throws him back into his […]

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Quantified Self, dream journals and self tracking

Members of the Dreamboard team attended a recent meetup of Quantified Self in Mountain View, California.  Hosted by Singularity University, which shares a campus with NASA, Carnegie Mellon and the University of California-Santa Cruz, among other organizations, the gathering attracted people from a wide variety of professional disciplines, not just scientific.  They are all interested […]

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