By Randall Brown
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The private idea “journal” that automagically collects, organizes and emails your thoughts, questions and inspiring quotes back to you.
The desktop app lets you quickly and easily submit your thoughts to Thoughtback. Sign up at www.thoughtback.com
What's New in Version 1.3
Offline thought queueing. No Internet? No problem. Thoughtback will queue up your thoughts and submit them to the server when you have Internet back.
Growl support. Love Growl? If you have Growl installed we'll show our random thoughts in a Growl notification.
Ok as long as expectations are reasonable
I am happy with the application. It looks like it will help me build a journal for school quickly and easily. I wish there was a verison for the IPad. By just having the app for the computer, I have to wait until I get home or until I am in the office to update the journal. In this day and age, you have to have a version for the mobile devices too.
doesn't open :( but good idea :)
as the other viewer said-AWESOME IDEA....hmm if only it worked. installed quickly on my laptop, clicked on it, created an account with email and password, clicked "done" ; now i click on it and nothing opens. im sad now cause it got me excited but i dont know where to find an app that can do this amazing goal-wish i could...any ideas anyone?
Great in theory, not so great in execution
I love the idea of this app.
"The private idea “journal” that automagically collects, organizes and emails your thoughts, questions and inspiring quotes back to you."
But really it just sits there. You put stuff in. And somehow it manages to do nothing.
It has only once, in 2 weeks, spit something back at me.
No FAQ or any info on the app. At this point its just taking up space.