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Mamemo Digital Notepad

Posted by John Kilhefner Categories: Household

Mememo

Having trouble keeping organized? Post it notes piling up and becoming too messy? Then King Jim has just what the doctor ordered - a miniature digital memo writer dubbed Mememo. The digital notepad is the latest in a series of innovations by Japanese manufacturer King Jim, and aims to make your life a tad easier. While most phones comes preloaded with an app for memo taking, or the ability to download one, how many of us actually use it consistently? Chances are you’re like me and forget that it’s there. With Mamemo, you will have a physical memo taking device there at your desk ready for spur of the moment thoughts that deserve a quick jotting down.

With Mamemo you can save up to 99 memos, search through your past memos quickly, set to-do lists with attached memos, and even set an alarm that displays a memo of your choice upon waking. Mamemo has no analog buttons, and is used completely via its stylus and on screen digital buttons. Plenty of other features adorn this little memo taking device, making your life once again even simpler than before!

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MIT Develops Software to Replace Post-its

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Science, Software

Michael BernsteinA team of MIT computer scientists decided to develop software to combine all those sticky notes with a result that it will enter, store and retrieve information. Michael Bernstein claims the team is not trying to replace Post-its, just understand the “classes of things people do with Post-its and see if we can help users do more of what they wanted to do in the first place.”

What started out as a 2007 simple study became a larger project. The systems devised include a program to capture broad content and one that streamlines note taking. The team found that if too much effort is required to store the data, most people won’t bother. We admit that we would miss our collage of paper scraps that adorn our desk.

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