Tools For Being Organized

TaskFreak!
TaskFreak! is a simple but efficient web based task manager written in PHP

RemindMe:
Perl/CGI Email Reminders

*Great script for email reminders!

PS Hot Launch VVL
PS Hot Launch VVL is meant to quickly run different applications, open documents, go to the right folders and web pages, send mail to a specified address, etc. The above operations are carried out through the menu that can be called by clicking the program icon in the taskbar system tray.

FreeMind – free mind mapping software

KnowledgeTreeâ„¢ Document Management System (DMS).
KnowledgeTreeâ„¢ is a web-based and feature-rich open source Document Management System (DMS).

Evernote
With EverNote® 1.1 you can easily store and quickly access typed and handwritten memos, webpage excerpts, emails, phone messages, addresses, passwords, brainstorms, sketches, documents and more!

MoinMoin Wiki
Keep notes in your own personal wiki

TiddlyWiki
*Wow! See my example: *removed

PHP Code Snippet Library
Store all your code snippets organized in one easy to access place.

TreePad
TreePadâ„¢ is an award-winning Personal Information Manager, Organizer, Database, and Word Processor.

Reading:

Personal: Rolling my own paper-based time management system

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3 thoughts to “Tools For Being Organized”

  1. I’ve recently started using del.icio.us to manage/followup on my comments around the net.

    Gave this task it’s own account.

    Benefits me as a no-brainer way to track/organize/tag my comments, plus the posts I comment on get added to del.icio.us to potentially be picked up by others.

    TiddlyWiki looks cool, runs without a website too (ie from a desktop or folder), neat!

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