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Best Journaling Tool? [Hive Five Call For Contenders]

8 Mag/09

We live in an age of transparency and, sometimes, too much information. Though announcing your thoughts to the world has its place, this week we’re focusing on your inner dialogue.

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Sure you can blog your diatribes and engage in heated debate publicly, then follow it up with a tweet or two about your favorite movie and what you had for dinner—but what about writing without the world as your stage? This week’s Hive Five is focused on the best tools for journaling. In addition to the usual requirements outline below there is an additional requirement this week. You might use a microblog as your personal journal but it’s not a particularly private tool. The privacy requirement doesn’t rule out web-based services of course, but the service in question must give the user the ability to have a completely private diary or journal. If your preferred journal can’t be kept completely private, it won’t be included in the tallying for the top five.

Hive Five nominations take place in the comments, where you post your favorite tool for the job. We get hundreds of comments, so to make your nomination clear, please include it at the top of your comment like so: VOTE: Journaling Tool. Please don’t include your vote in a reply to another commenter. Instead, make your vote and reply separate comments. If you don’t follow this format, we may not count your vote. To prevent tampering with the results, votes from first-time commenters may not be counted. After you’ve made your nomination, let us know what makes it stand out from the competition.

About the Hive Five: The Hive Five feature series asks readers to answer the most frequently asked question we get: “Which tool is the best?” Once a week we’ll put out a call for contenders looking for the best solution to a certain problem, then YOU tell us your favorite tools to get the job done. Every weekend, we’ll report back with the top five recommendations and give you a chance to vote on which is best. For an example, check out last week’s Five Best Free Data Recovery Tools.





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