Ok, so I did a search to see if I could download a 2-minute timer that didn’t cost $10 like the one from David Allen’s website. I found a couple that required .Net Framework, and since I couldn’t figure out what that is, I created my own little timer in PowerPoint. Then I downloaded a 30-day trial of Wondershare Software, which allows you to convert a PPT into something small for an iPod. The result is a little piece that you can create a shortcut for on your desktop, and you’re welcome to download it. Wondershare makes it clear that it’s an Evaluation Copy, so pardon the branding.
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