iCyte is the way I do legal research when I am not using Google Scholar. Those who read FutureLawyer regularly know that I use Google Scholar as a case finder, and the CiteStack Chrome addon to keep a record of my research. However, sometimes, you use other browsers or other databases for your research. iCyte is perfect for those occasions. For $29.95 a year, iCyte provides the user with bookmarklets for the standard browsers, which sit on your web bar until you need them. See something you want to save? Just highlight it, click the Cyte This bookmarklet, and, presto, the cite is saved. Once you have a group of saved cites, click the View Cytes bookmarklet, and they magically appear. You can send them, print them, or whatever. Very cool, very inexpensive, and a lot better than writing cytes in long hand on a yellow pad.