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19 CEOs, Athletes, And Other Successful People Explain Why They Meditate

We've all felt the stress that the chaos of modern life can cause. It's easy to consider stress as a weakness, something to be conquered. But scientists are increasingly finding that the technology we use is responsible for some of these stresses. Our minds weren't designed to flip between Excel and Twitter, while sitting in on a Powerpoint presentation.

The 32 Best iOS Apps For Commuters

Americans spend a collective 3.4 billion years commuting to work—enough to build the Giza pyramid 26 times, according to the Washington Post. The average commute is the longest it's ever been—an average of 26 minutes in 2014. More than 12 million Americans commute more than an hour each way.

This App Can Find Everything You've Ever Looked At On Your Computer

Recall is the first big product from the company Atlas Informatics, which was founded by Napster co-founder Jordan Ritter. The app takes a screenshot of everything you view on your device and indexes its contents, which you can search through later -- a feat made possible by the same accessibility functions that enable your computer to read text on the screen out loud. 

This App Saves Everything You've Ever Looked At On Your Computer

The app Atlas Recall was designed to mimic the way human brains remember.

This search engine remembers literally everything that's been on your computer

Our brains often forget where we saw something among the countless tabs and documents on our computers each day.

Atlas Recall, a search engine for your entire digital life, gets an open beta and $20M in backing

Computers have perfect memories. So why is it so hard to find stuff on them? Probably because our own memories don’t work the same way. Atlas Recall aims to fix that with “one search to rule them all,” indexing everything you see and do on all your devices, but organizing it in very human fashion. The service enters open beta today.

Atlas Informatics’ search service acts like digital photographic memory

Atlas Informatics’ search service acts like digital photographic memory and enables people to search for documents, messages and other digital items they encounter in their computer use.

This Search Tool Remembers Every File You've Ever Looked At

I know every Word document, PDF, email and text message that's sitting on my assorted computers and mobile devices. The trouble is tracking down exactly where they are. I'll eventually find them, but not before several fruitless searches trying to remember the exact file name of what I'm looking for.

The ‘Atlas Recall’ Beta Aims to Streamline Your Digital Life

Atlas Recall, the first product from Seattle startup Atlas Informatics, just launched an open beta this morning. The app is designed to run in the background, indexing any information you want it to, in order to serve as your “photographic memory” for everything digital in your life.

Atlas Recall has the muscle to be the ultimate search engine

Jordan Ritter owes his success as a software architect and serial entrepreneur to ruthless time and task management. But still, there were times “digital chaos” was kicking his ass.


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