The Monolog app allows people to record audio log files during their daily life to listen to when they are unconscious.
The app will generate a code for the user to give to another person they trust. In the event when the user is unconscious and terminally ill (e.g. coma), the trustee will input the code into the user's monolog profile and the app will lock into Random Access Memories (RAM) mode where the app will randomly playback the user's audio log.
Privacy is a key feature of the Monolog app. When in RAM mode, all search and editing function will be prohibited. This feature prevents other people to retrieve specific audio log files from the app. Devices installed with the app are monitored and only one device is allowed to playback audio logs at the same time.
During their healthy days, users of Monolog app are prompt to record and encouraged to think about the question "What will I like to read to myself on my death bed?". This thought process stimulates all sorts of life questions on how we spend our time and energy, how we cherish life and how to live life to it's fullness.
The social feature of the app allows user to tag an audio log to certain friend or family member. When the app goes into RAM mode, the tagged audio log files will be sent out to the target email addresses.