Internet research tool, iCyte, has reduced its annual subscription price to $29.99 a year, or $2.99 a month. That's a lot less than one cup of Latte at Starbuck's, for you cool people who buy coffee there. I make my own at the office, for about 10 cents a cup. I use CiteStack to collect and annotate case law that I find using Google Scholar; but, we lawyers are always coming across web pages, pdfs, or other documents on the Internet during our research. iCyte puts a little bookmarklet in the Google Chrome toolbar (it also works with IE9 and Firefox and Safari) that saves the page or document with a simple click. Organize them, print them, and save them in your iCyte folders, and they are yours forever. For Three bucks, you need to try this for a month. You don't need another expensive cup of coffee anyway, do you?