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Lifehacker, a web­site devoted to sim­pli­fy­ing work aligned with the “Getting Things Done” method­ol­ogy of author David Allen, points to a time man­age­ment tool called TimeEdition. I have tried the appli­ca­tion out, and it’s as they describe it: Amazingly sim­ple to use, and with a handy inte­gra­tion with the Google Calendar allow­ing you to see your sta­tus from any browser.

It will no doubt be a very handy tool for track­ing my pro­fes­sional geneal­ogy projects. I could also see some ama­teurs, who want to see where they’re spend­ing their time, using this tool on a more tem­po­rary or peri­odic basis.

Their full arti­cle is on the Lifehacker web­site. TimeEdition is avail­able for the Mac OS and Windows.

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