Stop me when this begins to sound familiar …
You had a killer conversation with a new friend you made at a conference a few weeks ago, but you may have had an extra martini and left their card on the bar.
You and your special someone shared a fantastic bottle of wine the last time you were in New York, but the name of the wine has eluded both of you since that night.
The pimply kid at the oil change place asks, “When was the last time you had your oil changed?” A blank stare is all you can offer him in response.
Sigh. You forgot.
It happens to the best of us, of course, but what if I told you that I (and 100 million of my closest friends) had discovered a way to remember everything in an external brain?