Publicspace.net has announced Vitamin-R 1.57 (http://www.publicspace.net/Vitamin-R/index.html), an update of its Mac OS X compatible productivity tool for creative professionals. The new version adds support for associating “tags” with time slices to facilitate project, activity and client based time tracking.
Vitamin-R is a collection of tools and techniques for managing attention and maintaining motivation. According to the folks at publicspace.net, it complements the task capturing and organizing features of modern to-do list managers by forcing you to concentrate fully on one task a time and keeping distractions at bay. It breaks down large, vaguely defined tasks into a series of short “time slices” of between 10 and 30 minutes, each with specific and actionable objectives.
Vitamin-R provides you with the “Now & Later Board,” complete with FastType magic, to give you a place to quickly dump all those things that go through your head and allows to get back to the task at hand. It requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher.
Vitamin-R may be purchased for US$14.95, though version 1.57 is a free update for registered users. Family, business and enterprise licensing are also available. Customers may chose to include a “forever upgrade” with their purchase. Each Vitamin-R purchase includes a free license for its companion product, Noise Machine, which is also available separately starting at $4.95.