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Slife 3.0 Time Tracker Becomes A (Paid) Web Service

Slife, the previously mentioned time tracker that tells you exactly how much of your day you’re spending on email, in your browser, and inside other applications (along with non-computer tasks, if you log them), has made its Windows and Mac clients much thinner, open-source, and linked them to a new web service that centralises all your productivity porn. All that is to say, however, that Slife is now a $US5/month service.

That’s not unreasonable, by any means, but it’s worth noting, since the service has gone from free to paid to free to, well, paid once more. Check out Slife 3.0 in the video demonstration below, and tell us what you’ve thought of Slife in its different versions in the comments.

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