April 10, 2006

Timestream: Where does the time go ?

Posted in Behaviour, Software at 22:08 by graham

UPDATE As of February 2008 mytimestream.com is closed. I have changed jobs and stopped using it, and no-one else was using it. Life has moved on. If you are interested in the code (free), or acquiring mytimestream.com (not free), please contact me on the about page of this blog.

Cheers! Graham


Timestream is a fun, free, web based tool to analyse how your spend your time. You record in your Timestream what tasks you are working on throughout the day – it’s quick and painless. You can then look back and see where your time is going.

I’ve been working on it and using it for almost six months now, and I think it could be useful to other people. It is free software (licensed under the GPL). If you need to know how you’re spending your (work) day, give it a try:

http://www.mytimestream.com

It’s a really simple, easy, online tool. You can enter as little or as much information as you like about your activities – you can enter the information after the fact, or edit the information later. It makes some nice reports. It’s colorful ! It’s fun ! Isn’t it time you found out where your life is going ? :-)

Happy tracking !

1 Comment »

  1. David said,

    March 8, 2007 at 14:21

    Wow, I switched to Firefox just because I’ve been looking for something like this for ages and even bought some software to track time once. I’m getting 404 error messages in a recently-downloaded Firefox browser. I’d be willing to pay $20 or so for this if it works. It looks nifty and simple to use. Hope you keep on developing it.

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