Matterform Media ( has updated Time Tagger,
a time-tracking program for the Mac that introduces a new tag-based
interface, to version 1.3. The upgrade lets users add descriptive
notes to any time slice, making it easier to include more details in
time reports.

Rather than setting up projects and clients and timers, users simply
click tags on and off in the Time Tagger window to track their time.
The main window features a large field of text snippets, or tags,
which users can click on and off to describe the work they are doing
at any moment. Custom tags can be created on the same window. A
reporting tool lets you generate time sheets for any set of tags.

Time Tagger requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. A free demo can be
downloaded at the Matterform web site. Time Tagger licenses are
available for a special introductory price of US$28.95. However,
version 1.3 is a free update for registered users.