I had my students use Basecamp this semester for managing their group projects. They gave it generally good reviews, but pointed out that they often forgot to update it. Therefore it didn't provide an accurate record of their accomplishments. But, they added, they realized that there's not much you can do about it -- there's no way around manual recording of your accomplishments.
This morning, I saw this on TechCrunch:
Seattle based Rescue Time actually tackles the issue of having to input data into a time management tool for the time poor head on by offering a web based personal time management service that takes its input via software. The software tracks what you are doing on your computer at any given time, then uploads the data to the service for later review.
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