Task Coach is a simple open source todo manager to keep track of personal tasks and todo lists.
NovProg2 allows you to create a graph of your progress in writing a NaNoWriMo style novel.
Kapow is a punch clock program designed to easily keep track of your hours, whether you’re working on one project or many. Simply clock in and out with the Start/Stop button.
MyNotex is useful to manage textual notes gathered by subject. It allows search, import/export and synchronization.
Rubyroom is a full-screen text editor, created using Ruby on Rails that lets you concentrate on writing without any of the usual distractions of a computer environment.
FreeMind is a free mind-mapping program written in Java. You can use it to keep track of projects, to set up a workplace for your PC but also for the Internet, it’s also good for essay writing and brainstorming.
This nifty little app lets you take notes, add images, links etc on the fly you can then organise notes, tag them and quickly retrieve them for future reference.
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