“Memory augmentation software” – that caught my eye! A piece in Fortune, Oct. 17, 2011 at 70, describes Evernote, free software that lets a lawyer type notes, add scanned items, save web items, and record voice memos all in an easy-to-use application that helps sort and retrieve. I looked at the website for the company and felt that many lawyers would be grateful for a way to collect stuff about matters they work on all in one place.
Software such as Evernote, which claims 15 million users, can help people keep track of their fragmented work lives. Another offering in the same genre is LiveNote.