Isn't it awesome when you’re trying to remember something, and you turn to your friend and say, “Hey, remember that movie? Joaquin Phoenix was in it. And he falls in love with his computer. I think Spike Lee directed it.” And then your friend says, “Oh, that’s called Her. And it was Spike Jonze you f#$&ing idiot.” This is possible because human beings store and retrieve memories based on association and context, which means that with a few key details we can narrow down the possibilities until we hit on the right one.
Wouldn't it be great if you could comb through your web browser bookmarks this way? Traditional bookmarks use a simple one-to-one structure: one folder for one category. If you can’t remember which folder your bookmark is in, you can’t find it. With TapTack, you associate multiple words (called Tacks) with each site, picture or video you bookmark, so that finding them again is as simple as typing a few of those words into TapTack. With a single account, TapTack works with all your desktop and mobile browsers. Install it for free and let TapTack help you remember that picture, you know the one, with kittens and bottles of chianti….