Thinking Code Software has released Dejumble 2.0 (http://www.dejumble.com) as a public beta. It’s an update of their organizational application for Mac OS X. Just remember: beta software is unfinished software so use with care.
Dejumble provides a menu-bar-accessible view for collecting notes and tasks, as well as advanced features for searching and organizing to-do lists and notes. The 2.0 update features wiki-like syntax and formatting. Projects are defined as generalized, broad goals, and tasks and notes are grouped within projectsn. Dejumble accommodates informal projects such as simple reminder lists, but also supports more formal task management methods such as GTD.
Getting Things Done (GTD) differs from traditional task management theories that emphasize prioritization of tasks. GTD proposes a workflow process emphasizing control and perspective, with shifting priorities in the middle of activity.
Dejumble 2.0 requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later. The beta will be free until the official release of 2.0. Customers can pre-order during the beta period for US$20; the estimated price for the official release will be $39.