Kevin Rosenjack has announced that his company, BrightPool, is kindly providing free hosting of the Ruby on Rails GTD app Tracks. I probably wouldn’t want all of my stuff on someone else’s hosting like that, but it’s a great chance to try out Tracks without having to set up Ruby, Rails, etc first.
I’ve just had my first play with it, and it’s quite impressive. Simple, but nothing gets in the way – it’s just an exact implementation of GTD, with everything made responsive through the use of AJAX.
Even if you wouldn’t use a GTD app online, it’s much easier to try Tracks this way than installing everything it needs locally – at least that way you can decide if it’s worth the effort.
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