Kapor's Open-Source PIM. 3 Feb 2003: Extreme Tech tells us aboutChandler.”Kapor, the co-founder of Lotus Development Corp. and principal author of the Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet application, first disclosed his PIM plans last October, as part of an ongoing blog on the Open Source Applications Foundation (OSAF) web site. The OSAF employs nine paid members and four volunteers.” [RootPrompt.org — Nothing but Unix]
if you want a PIM, there there is but one real solution, well 2, but really the second is more group oriented, anyway, it is Tinderbox by Eastgate. It handles information and makes it useful.