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Outlining with Emacs org-mode Emacs org-mode (http://orgmode.org/) should be able to do what you want. It is an outliner software, so it naturally supports a tree-like structure with headlines, sub-headlines, etc. You can add tags, categories and other metadata to each headline/bullet point There are very comfortable features for clocking time spent on ...
Mindmapping Mindmaps are able to visualize a hierarchical "tree" structure of data naturally. I recommend the free and open source mindmapping tool Freeplane (http://freeplane.sourceforge.net/) - I am using it myself and it has a lot of very nice and useful features. It manages and creates hierarchical structures easily and clearly arranged It lets you ...
I'm pretty sure you don't need to check if you received a message every 10 minutes. If you go somewhere to study: You are going to study, not to check if you've received a message, leave your smartphone at home. If you go work: You are going to work, your smartphone is a distraction and makes you less productive, leave your smartphone at home. If you ...
HabitRPG - Track your goals as a game. It has a web site and a Android app. I use it everyday, it's a bit complex at start but it's good
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