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If you're not specifically looking for a GTD or to-do list application, you might also consider OmniOutliner. It has some crossover with OmniFocus (lists/outlines, checkboxes, columns for dates, etc), but it's more flexible and probably better suited for general purpose note keeping and such.

But I'm not trying to dissuade you from OmniFocus, of courses -- it has its advantages as well. Just keep in mind that OmniFocus is designed primarily to manage to-do lists.


Last edited by Toadling; 2009-09-18 at 08:47 PM..