Now, more and more people seem very busy every day. But I guess most of us are busy dealing with a bunch of inessential things, instead chronically delay the really important things to the so-called "tomorrow". Move in cycles, when we wake up one day, the countless "tomorrow" has become the "yesterday". What then? In a word, we need to use our time efficiently under the help of a special time management program.
GTD (short for Getting Things Done) this time-management/self-management method was put forward by David Allen (in the field of developing potentials of individuals and companies, he is widely considered to be a world-class authority) in his bestselling book with the same title Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (first published in 2001 and revised in 2015).
If you are reading this post, you are likely a guy who works sitting in front of a computer most of the time every day. The same question we all should ask ourselves is "At the end of day, is our work efficiency in front of computer high enough?". I am sure that answers of the vast majority of people are no. Then, how to effectively solve this?
Rainlendar is a very beautiful desktop calendar application, I'm deeply attracted by it at the sight of Rainlendar: beautiful but practical, simple yet powerful.
White + Black Time is another clock screensaver made from the classic Flash Clock which was found from Internet and made by G.N.R.S.U.
NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology), it seems that the time around the world is all verified from there, and the Windows built-in Internet time is updating from there all the time, too.
Qlock is a small (less than 800 KB) and practical world clock applet, it can display the time of any countries in the world synchronously, and each clock is independent (size and position can be customized).