MemoButtonRemember what you discover on internet
Is too much information leaving your head before it has a chance to stick?
MemoButton for Google Chrome
- Capture ideas from internet
- Remember for life
Ten-year old Tilly Smith from UK was on vacation with her family, and one morning on the beach she noticed something unusual and told her parents that they all had to leave the beach. She said "In mr Kearney's geography class last month he told that if the tide suddenly disappears and you see the waves churning on the horizon, that are signs of a tsunami!". The parents notified the lifeguard and he evacuated more than a hundred people. On that day of december 26th 2004 the tsunami killed over 230.000 people in south-east Asia. But not on Mai Khao Beach, because this little girl had remembered one fact from her geography teacher a month before.
Effective remembering in 3 steps
"Bookmarking stores webpages on my browser. MemoButton stores ideas in my memory"
"MemoButton is not about memorizing facts, but rather to expand your active memory of ideas."
Use it to remember:
- Words and language
- Ideas from articles and blogs
- Quotes, words-of-wisdom, and jokes
- Programming snippets
- Keyboard shortcuts
- School/study material
- ... anything
- Journalists and bloggers
- ... anybody who finds useful stuff on internet