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July 13, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Broderbund Software Inc, San Rafael, California reckons it has come up with the ideal pop-up program for untidy people, describing the MemoryMate product – for IBM Personalikes as being like throwing all your desktop clutter into one big desk drawer – and then magically fining whatever you want is always right on top of the pile: MemoryMate files information free form, without the user having to designate and remember key words or follow restrictive formats, instantly indexing every word, phrase and number in an entry so that it can be retrieved by putting in any word or combination of words it contains; Memorymate will sell for $70.

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