Go to www.fogbugz.com and read about their software bug tracking
tool. It allows you to organize tasks by project and priority and
tasks stay open until you close them. They've focused on keeping it
It's hosted online so you can get at it from anywhere with a network
connection. And for only two people, it's free!
We've been using it for a couple of years in our software development,
and we've started using it to keep track of non-software tasks as
Practically *anything* will work, with only a little effort.
a text editor
a word processor (probable overkill, but 'outlining' could be useful
a spreadsheet program.
one file per project,
one line per line-item,
delete a line when done,
add a new line as needed.
better yet, in a spreadsheet, simply 'hide' the completed lines
and append new ones. Then you've got a full 'history' when the
project is done.
keep 'active' projects in one directory, 'completed' ones in another,
and 'dreams/ideas' (not yet started) in a third one.
On Tue, 19 Jan 2010 00:36:01 -0500, the infamous "Lee Michaels"
How about a copy of GoldMine Software? It was considered the top of
the line contact management when I bought it. Lets you keep all sorts
of relational data about each item and play with it in interesting
ways. I never really used it like I thought I would, so it's for sale.
http://www.frontrange.com/goldmine/comparison.aspx might help.
Mine's v4, with manuals/training, etc.
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