If you want to try this program, here is part of the email that I got through Steven Harnad's Open Access listserv:
Please forgive the wide distribution of this announcement. We write to introduce a new social tool to facilitate citation analysis and help evaluate the impact of an author's publications:
Tenurometer provides a smart interface to make Google Scholar more powerful, convenient, and easy to use. Unlike Publish or Perish, Tenurometer is not a standalone application; it is a browser extension, so it can be used on any computer with a Firefox browser.
There is a twist. By using Tenurometer you help tag authors and contribute to a social database of annotations, associating authors, papers, and disciplines. We plan to make this data publicly available for research purposes. All you do is use Tenurometer for your own purposes, and submit one or more discipline tags when you query.
Statistics from the annotations are available on the Tenurometer website.