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  • GTD inbox for Gmail - This is a well put together plugin for Firefox that adds GTD functionality to Gmail.
  • Monkey GTD - A full 'bells and whistles' browser based GTD tiddlywiki. 'MonkeyGTD is a customized TiddlyWiki that has been created specifically to support the work flows in the Getting Things Done methodology. What's really cool about it is how it automatically handles Projects and Contexts and creates an overall Dashboard view, as well as mini dashboards for each Project or Context, depending on how you choose to view your information at a given time.'. Firefox required. NOTE: May work with Opera?
  • d3 TiddlyWiki - This system attempts to capture the essence of a "kinkless" GTD system using TiddlyWiki. The most important aspect of this effort is to minimally introduce important "Getting Things Done" features with an interface that is streamlined, intuitive, and clean, without going overboard on "nice to have" plug-ins and experimental features. Stores all your data locally. Requires Firefox to run correctly. NOTE: May work with Opera?
  • Nozbe - This is a web-based time and project-management application for the busy people (and business) based on David Allen's GTD principles.  It can also sync with Iphone using their free software - Nozbe - Getting Things Done for Iphone.
  • Vitalist - An application similar to Nozbe - also compatable with Iphone via their free software: Vitalist for Iphone.
  • GTDAgenda - is another web based application that has a mobile version that supports a broad array of phones.
  • Tracks - Tracks is a web-based application to help you implement GTD methodology. It was built using Ruby on Rails, and comes with a built-in webserver (WEBrick), so that you can run it on your own computer if you like. It can be run on any platform on which Ruby can be installed, including Mac OS X, Windows XP and Linux. Tracks is Open Source, free and licensed under the GNU GPL.


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