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    Time Tracking Software?

    Does anyone have a reliable time tracking software they can recommend? I am using the freeware timeEdition. It's good except that it stop automatically. I can't have that.

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    My CPA has used Timeslips from back when it came on 5-1/4" floppys His office swears by it. Unfortunately it's quite pricey.

    Very basic but simple KDE has KTimeTracker if you have linux.
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    Sadly no, the only thing I use at the moment is pencil and paper! and obviously sometimes that slips the mind if it's not in your face. I'm developing my own Adobe Flex/AIR application that will have a time tracker with it - problem solved! Maybe a digital stop watch would be a good idea? have it just below your monitor or to the side?
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    Sounds funny but I use my iPhone, there's some lovely expense and time tracking tools available for it, plus it's stop watch is quick and easy to make use of.

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    I am currently using Activity Tracker Plus ( http://www.google.com/search?q=activity+tracker+plus ) and happy with it. Its free, web-based, can be run from system tray, uses Google spreadsheet to save data, can also track expense and tasks, you can share your status online with friends and on your blog.


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