I’m trying this iPhone app called TimeGolden. It’s for figuring out how you spend your time, among other things. Pretty interesting so far. If you can deal with all the Help info written by a non-native English speaker, you can learn it with a little playing around. So far I like it.
Here’s what the developer says about it on the app store: “Quantified Self Time Tracking — TimeGolden is a new generation of time management tool which adopts TimeStamp tracing mode, and has virtues of to-do list and mind mapping etc.”
I just wrote a good post over on the ProxThink River blog with suggestions for iPhone folder icons. After the suggestions, it describes them in some proximity thinking terms, including the Honor Integrity ProxPattern and the ProxThink Core Idea. Here’s the post.
I really like this iPhone journaling app called Everyday.me. It’s visually appealing and well-organized. It’s intuitive. And the best part is the tags. You can tag every journal entry with multiple tags. So then you can also later filter your posts by tags. I’m using it for journaling and also to keep track of things that I’ve done, thought or felt by tagging them.