http://www.officetime.net/
I don't agree with Brendon Kozlowski (comment 5) - I prefer to track my time continuously, otherwise I always seem to put it off for days, which means that I can't remember a lot of what I spent my time on.

Thomas Messier said on May 01, 2007

I've been using SideJobTrack.com to track my projects. Free, and definitely not perfect, but it's worked OK. I'll have to check out some of the other ones mentioned here.

Jason Beaird said on May 03, 2007

This is precisely why I'm not currently working freelance. I can handle estimating and time-tracking, but I'd much rather put in my 8 hours a day and go home. Perhaps someday I'll grow up and start doing the freelance thing again - at least part time.

Webice said on May 06, 2007

You should try Dot project,
hope this helps.

Brian G said on May 13, 2007

I've been using the time tracker from 14dayz.com lately to figure out how much time I'm spending on my so-called "side job", turns out on a busy week I put as much time (35-40 hours) into it doing little things like updating products or analyzing my analytics, as I do at my real full-time job. Which means I make about .01/hr on the side business.

Gerhard Sletten said on May 29, 2007

Love your new design!!

I wrote this free timetracker last year. Its named Worktimer and can be downloaded from www.gersh.no/worktimer Its a local application for mac.

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