Ok so I've been learning and customizing Geektool over the weekend and I'm stumped on how to get it to display a to-do list that refreshes for free. I've read many different websites on how to do this and I'm stumped. I don't really understand code, don't use iCal, and have no idea how to read my terminal info. I'd like to use Geektool b/c of the customization it offers, but I'd also like to be able to use something where I can simply view my to-do list and it refreshes automatically. The thing is I need something that's free. These are the sites that I've visited, but I get confused when they start talking about ~users and where to place files and editing documents. I've looked here: http://smokingapples.com/software/tutorials/geek-desktop-geektool-setup-tutorial/ http://ginatrapani.github.com/todo.txt-cli/ http://zenhabits.net/2008/03/5-amazing-mac-apps-for-getting-things-done-plus-a-custom-rigged-setup/ http://macmembrane.com/use-geektool-to-display-taskpaper-lists-on-your-desktop/ Can anyone help?