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Free Personal Management Software List

  1.  EZbookmark.com 
    (Note: this site is temporarily unavailable). Are you tired of having one set of browser bookmarks at the office and another at home? This handy free password-protected service lets you store your favorite bookmarks on the Web, so you can easily access them from any computer.
     
  2.  Blink.com 
    (Note: this service is no longer free). This easy-to-use service lets you access your Web bookmarks from any computer. You can also use the service via your Web-enabled phone or PDA.
     
  3.  Quickbrowse 
    (Note: this service is no longer free). A highly useful service that's unlike anything we've ever seen. Quickbrowse visits your favorite sites daily and then automatically combines them for you to view on one handy Web page. It can also be set to automatically send your favorite Web sites' content to you as E-mail. Quickbrowse has other useful features, as well (for example, it can be set to automatically get rid of ads on Web pages).
     
  4.   MyFreeCalendarMaker.com 
    This helpful free online service lets you generate monthly or yearly calendar grids, based on the dates you select. You may then output the calendars on your printer.
  5. Calendar Maker 
    This easy-to-use freeware program lets you create personalized calendars, complete with event categories, such as birthdays, holidays and anniversaries. It's handy for family or business usage. The calendars you create can be viewed within the program itself or printed out or exported to HTML format. (For Windows).
     
  6.  SuperCalendar 
    (Note: this service is no longer free). Get your life organized with this colorful Net calendar service. SuperCalendar displays all your group and personal events on a single integrated, color-coded calendar, with graphical stickers to highlight events. You may either use their selection of stickers or create your own.
     
  7.  Java Calendar 
    (Note: this program is no longer free). Here's a Web-based calendar application that works in any Java-enhanced browser. No additional software is needed to use the calendar. This program allows Web sites to organize and maintain online events, product release, news, appointments, advertisement and online schedules.
     
  8.  JointPlanning.com 
    (Note: this service shut down on Nov. 1, 2001). Here's a free service that offers personal and group scheduling, to do lists, file-sharing, and discussion groups that are accessible only by you and your organization. Offers many nice features, such as letting you import your Palm Pilot and Microsoft Outlook addresses. Useful for small businesses, students, investment clubs and individuals.
  9. TurboNote 
    Here's a very handy, freeware memo program for your desktop that lets you "stick" notes to your screen. TurboNote features a quick launch feature that lets you easily access files, URLs and E-mail from your note. You can also send notes across a network to other TurboNote users.(For Windows).

     
  10.  LottoBot 
    This is a helpful free reminder service if you play the lotto regularly (particularly if you're too busy to have time to check your tickets.) LottoBot will automatically check your lotto tickets for you and send you an immediate E-mail notification of your results for the latest draw. LottoBot sends personal lotto results for all the U.S. state lottos and the biggies like Powerball, Big Game, etc. LottoBot also offers results for games in Australia, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand.
     
  11.  The Emergency E-mail Network 
    Sign up with this unique free service to receive notification via E-mail of natural disasters or other emergencies in your area. To get started, select your state and county from the lists provided and follow the instructions. (U.S. only).
     
  12.  EZ-Reminders.com 
    This free reminder service can help organize your life. You can configure it to automatically E-mail you when important dates and events roll around. It's handy for remembering birthdays, anniversaries, meetings, doctor appointments, auto maintenance, etc.
     
  13.  Free-Minder.com 
    Do you need a helping hand in getting your day organized? This helpful free reminder service sends you E-mail that you can customize to remind you of everything from birthdays to wedding anniversaries to business meetings.
     
  14.  Remember To... 
    Nice reminder service. Enter your info and then you'll have E-mail automatically sent to you to remind you when you want it to.
     
  15.  TVEyes 
    A fascinating free service that sends you an E-mail alert any time a topic or keyword that you specify is mentioned on TV. Many uses: from following the latest news on your fave celebrity to keeping up with anything that's mentioned on the air about your investments. TVEyes.com monitors broadcasts in real time and "watches TV for you when you're not able to."
     
  16.  JungleMate.com 
    Here's a free online personal organizer that stores your contact information (phone numbers, addresses, E-mail addresses), your Web bookmarks, and even miscellaneous notes in a virtual notepad. There is also a Web-based scheduler to keep track of your important dates and appointments. This service was formerly known as Web Address Book.
     
  17.  rE-minders 
    Here's a useful, easy-to-use free E-mail reminder service. Just enter your information and they'll send you a reminder on the date that you specify. Your data here is private and they say they will not spam you. You may also use this service to promote events of your own. rE-minders offers recurring or one-time reminders, as well as a searchable database of nationwide events.
  18.  VeriTime 
    Where does the time go? If you've asked yourself this question after spending all day on your computer, then you'll find this freeware program helpful. VeriTime is a task/activity time tracking application that includes a "to do" list feature that lets you easily keep tabs on how you spent your computer time. (For Windows).

     
  19.  JointPlanning.com 
    (Note: this service shut down on Nov. 1, 2001). Here's a free service that offers personal and group scheduling, to do lists, file-sharing, and discussion groups that are accessible only by you and your organization. Offers many nice features, such as letting you import your Palm Pilot and Microsoft Outlook addresses. Useful for small businesses, students, investment clubs and individuals.