I don't Memo or ToDo on my Palm devices anymore. The reason is SplashNotes from SplashData. SplashNotes is an outlining tool available for the Palm OS, Pocket PC, SmartPhone and Desktop. Like all of SplashData's software, this program is polished and useful. SplashNotes allows you to create outlines that have bullets, numbers or check boxes so you can plan, manage, and organize nearly everything in your life. The addition of a Desktop component makes it all the more useful.
So, rather than create another memo, I create a new outline when I need to make note of something. For instance, I have a bulleted outline entitled "Blog Topics" with which I jot down ideas for posts to the various blogs I run or contribute to. Each topic can have sub-items indented for clarity, and each topic can be collapsed to streamline the view. When new ideas come up, I just add another topic. In addition to blog topics, I keep running outlines for Books/Movies/Music that I want to get, Geek Notes, Life Ideas, Podcasting/Music Recording and more. This is great if you listen to a lot of podcasts or read a lot of blogs (I do both) and want to jot down something you just heard or read.
Rather than create To Do items, which I have always found messy and cumbersome, I have created several outlines to track what I need to do: Home Ideas/Purchases, Blog Building, Business To Dos. I also have created topics to track my time and expenses for my private consulting. I also use SplashNotes to store certain documentation. For instance, I have my Palm Addict Guidelines, Bible/Sermon Notes, several Getting Things Done (GTD) guidelines, Life Hacking, and more. Lastly, I use it to store questions that I want to ask certain people when next we meet, such as questions for my doctor.
All in all, this is another great product from SplashData and I strongly recommend you give it a try. And, No, this is NOT a paid endorsement! (And now, I can check off SplashNotes on my Blog Topics outline) :-)