Shane at Dreamzog (www.dreamzog.com) has developed some neat user-friendly software for the PC which records, filters and analyzes your dreams to improve recall and aid lucid dreaming. He designed it to have features above and beyond anything you'll find in other digital journals. In the process of bringing it to market he'd like to get some user feedback, from lucid dreamers and non-lucid dreamers.
If you'd like to get a free copy of the Dreamzog software, please reply below and Shane will be in touch. It's important you're committed to trialing all its features and providing genuine feedback via a 5-10 minute survey (plus any other specific feedback or testimonials for his website, if you choose).
I too will be testing the software and plan to write a review at World of Lucid Dreaming if it's something I'd recommend to my readers. I've never really endorsed digital journaling before but Shane has created enough intriguing features geared to lucid dreaming and improving the depth and quality of your dream recall that I think it is worth looking into.
Please only volunteer if you have the time to dedicate to digital dream journaling for at least a week or two to give sufficient user feedback. And know that your contribution is extremely valuable to the development of this product which could one day also be available on iPhone/Android.
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I'm interested in giving it a good work out.
I'm an experienced lucid dreamer (on the mortalmist lucid forums), but have neglected any practice in recent years due to a busy lifestyle.
Now i'm sitting at home pregnant with a bit of time and desire to return to Lucid practices.
A question about the software;
- What is the privacy or censoring like on there? My dreams often have questionable content which i don't mind writing for the sake of analysis, however i'd like to be able to keep those bits private from certain people and non-adult eyes. If there is no censoring available, i'm also willing to simply keep my writing style discrete.
I very much like the idea of using my iPhone eventually too. If there is any way utilize this i will.
Looking forward to working with you guys.
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