March 24, 2007
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ThinkingRock - Getting Things Done Program for Windows , MAC and Linux -- FREE Download
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Thinking Rock -- Free Cross Platform Download
"ThinkingRock - cross-platform GTD application" a Review by Jason Clarke -- Download Squad
ThinkingRock Download of the Day on LIfehacker
Jason Clarke of Download Squad, who did such a good job in his review of comparitive review of MindMeister and bubbl.us has put out another excellent review of a cross-platform freeware program that help people to use the well-regarded Getting Things Done time-management system developed by David Allen.
Here is a excerpt from Jason's review:
While many other task management applications have found ways to incorporate the ideas put forth by the Getting Things Done methodology that David Allen developed, it seems that very few have been built from the ground up as GTD applications. There are certainly a few web applications that can make that claim, but in terms of "offline" applications, the pickings are pretty slim.
One such application, however, is ThinkingRock. Written in Java, ThinkingRock boasts versions for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
Here is a bit from the developers of Thinking Rock about their software:
Thinking Rock is a free software application for collecting and processing your thoughts following the GTD methodology ... A lot of our mental energy is directed towards trying to remember and manage all the things that we want or need to do. Thinking Rock will allow you to clear your mind so that you can become more proactive and concentrate on what is important to you.
Thinking Rock allows you to collect your thoughts and process them into actions, projects, information or future possibilities. Actions can be done by you, delegated to someone else or scheduled for a particular date. Projects can be organized with ordered actions and sub-projects. You can review all of your actions, projects and other information quickly and easily to see what you need to do or to choose what you want to do at a particular time
You can find out more or download ThinkingRock using the links at the top of this post