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Time Management Tools and Recommendations

Paper (PAA)

Some PAA Devices:

iPhone / Mac:

* [http://www.appigo.com/todo-task-and-to-do-list.html Appigo Todo and Todo Cloud] for iPhone is simple and powerful, with great syncing.  (This is what Tom Limoncelli currently uses.) (Now sold as todo-cloud.com)
* [http://www.omnigroup.com/applications/omnifocus/ OmniFocus] for the Mac has excellent iPhone GPS integration.
* [http://www.llamagraphics.com Life Balance] -- Life Balance by Llama Graphics is fantastic (and mentioned in the book).
* [http://hogbaysoftware.com/products/taskpaper TaskPaper] for the Mac by [http://hogbaysoftware.com Hog Bay Software] is as easy to use as paper

Windows Phone:


* [http://www.rememberthemilk.com/services/ Remember the Milk] is a web-based Todolist that also offers client software for iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile and Blackberry, and can be integrated into the web interface of Google Mail and Google Calendar

Linux and Emacs:

* [http://orgmode.org/ Emacs Org-Mode]: Emacs users celebrate!  Org-Mode gives you a powerful todo-list system that is compliant with The Cycle.  Check out the website or watch the <a href="http://orgmode.org/GoogleTech.html">Google Video</a> to learn more.


Back when I had a Palm Treo I swore by Pimlico's DateBk6 (I started with DateBk4 and upgraded through to the last release)

  • [http://www.pimlicosoftware.com/datebk6.htm DateBook6] by PIMLICO Software. Turns a Palm-based PDA into something powerful enough to use The Cycle System. TheCycleAndDateBook explains how to configure it to do The Cycle.