Monday, October 02, 2006

Tracking Short Task Lists With SlickRun's Jot

SlickRun is just plain shiny.  You’re seriously missing out if you’re not using it to ease your way of life by launching apps, URLs, folders, and any number of other things with just a few keystrokes.

One neat feature I’d missed in SlickRun was its Jot feature.  Jot is a simple scratch pad that persists between your logon sessions.  It’s accessible via the “Jot” Magic Word, or by the Win-J key combo.  That makes it perfect for me to keep tabs on simple tasks I need to knock out on a development project like in the following shot:

How did I find out about Jot?  Eric Lawrence, SlickRun’s wicked smart creator, was kind enough to write an article on his tool for our book.

1 comment:

Greg said...

Very cool, I don't even know what to do when I sit down on a machine that doesn't have SlicRun. I'll give Jot a try. Thanks!

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