Reminder Rosie: Speaking Reminders?

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SF Village Explorer Lynn updates her last conversation wishing that her egg timer would remind her - when it rings - of why she had set it in the first place.

Lynn discovered a new product called Reminder Rosie, and shares it with us. Although not exactly what Lynn had in mind, Reminder Rosie is an alarm clock that can be programmed with up to 25 pre-recorded messages prompting the owner to do something that they might otherwise have forgotten about.

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from the San Francisco Village circle discussion December 1st, 2015.


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Key words: 
reminders. memory aids, comunication