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Ghost Action 1.0 Brings "Get Things Done" to Mac

Ghost Action 1.0 Brings "Get Things Done" to Mac

by , 8:45 AM EST, February 5th, 2007

Ghost Park Software announced Monday Ghost Action 1.0, an organizer bringing the Get Things Done (GTD) method to the Mac platform. Ghost Action offers multiple ways to view and connect your to-do lists and other project, utilizing the GTD approach.

The software features two-way synchronization with iCal, and the company said that it fully utilizes Apple's Sync Services, which is built into Mac OS X 10.4. This allows users to sync their data to peripheral devices supported by iCal.

Ghost Action 1.0 is priced at US$19.95, and you download a trial version at the company's Web site.


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