Hi all, I am looking for a simple productivity tool that would log the time an application is active. As an example, it would would works as such: I open a Word Document at 12:21:12. At 12:23:21 I switch over to Mail. Then at 12:28:42 I switch back to Word. At 12:88:32 I call it quits for the day and sleep my mac. The next day I open a spreadsheet/program or other utility and see a list of how many hours/minutes/seconds I used each program the day before. I need this because I am spending a lot of my day writing in Celtx but also do a lot of research in Safari and write a lot of messages in mail. It would be brilliant if I could look at a simple list of time spent in each application at the next day and see "aha! I spend 2 hours, 13 minutes in Celtx yesterday, but only 20 minutes in Safari and 12 minutes in Mail. It was a productive day!" I guess the question is: Is there such a tool? The closest thing I have found is a tool aptly named Application Usage 1.1 that logs start and quit times of applications. http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/25407 This tool, however, does not note if an application was actually the front most one, ie. if it was actively used, but only if it was open or not. Any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated.