Much of what comes at us these days – every day – comes at us fast. And it goes right past us. I don't know about you, but there are days when my age (not old), experience (not shabby) or even my education (major) cannot save me from information overload!
On average, a person is bombarded each day with around 3 million messages. I'm not kidding! It's a jumble of impressions that flies at us as words, pictures, advertising, building signs, books, news media, work documents, school documents, conversations, meetings, conference calls, snail mail, email, sticky notes on the fridge and the mint on your pillow during your latest out-of-town trip. If you're like me, there are just days you're inundated with – well – life! No wonder we can't remember things.
At reQall, we're interested in the point where life meets memory.
It's for this reason that we designed reQall as a whole life memory tool, not as a productivity aid, although it certainly can help you be more productive. (Plenty of companies are focused only on that task.) We decided that our memory strategy would be life itself. Our product's goal would be to help real people, living real lives, improve your memories and your lives at the same time. And the way to deal with those millions of impressions? Simplicity itself -- starting with your voice and your phone, linked across technologies.
We're rather proud that reQall is the only memory tool that works across so many mediums. Use reQall on cell phone or landline, email, text, the web, instant messaging, even Google Gadget. ReQall integrates them into a centralized and personalized memory-jogging system to keep you on top of life.
Life comes at us fast. We think reQall does the best job at integrating memory into your life. What do you think?
'Til next week,