Thyme - Automatically track which applications you use and for how long

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Spice up your day-to-day productivity with some free Thyme, courtesy of the team at Sourcegraph (the best way to read and explore code). Automatically track which applications you use and for how long. It provides detailed charts that let you profile how you spend your time.

https://github.com/sourcegraph/thyme

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