Every once in a while, it's nice to pop up and look at the bigger picture of memory improvement:
- What are the trends?
- What role can technology play in memory improvement?
- How is it being used by consumers, in the medical field, etc.?
- Would personal relationships improve because partners forgot less?
- Would nations achieve longer-lasting peace by better remembering their history?
To help get the word out, one of the things we do is to go on the road. When we do, we can get closer to all of you, increase awareness, meet face to face with the companies you'd like us to partner with, and champion these topics for you in the industry. We're always on the lookout for new venues. For example, not long ago, Sunil spoke at MIT. Now, another opportunity has come up:
Our proposed panel for "Brain Fitness: Mobile Applications Driving Innovation in Memory" has reached the public voting round for the SXSW Interactive Festival. This means that by voting for the panel, you can tell the organizers that reQall should be included.
Why is this important?
By increasing awareness, we get more people interested in memory improvement. Anywhere from users, scientists, industry partners, etc. The more the merrier.
Will this make reQall better?
Yes. We learn a lot from on-line conversations with our users, but we also learn a lot by meeting people face to face. This directly influences our thinking, product strategy, and roadmap.
I'm not planning on going to SXSW, can I still vote?
Yes. So, please vote!