A Web interface for storing random thoughts and ideas.
Thought Bucket is a Web application that allows user(s) to store their thoughts, ideas, dreams, and hopes into a database. It is not a blogger (although it could be used as one), but instead is a way to manage the random thoughts that we all have from time-to-time. Thoughts are stored according to user-defined categories and can be filtered by category and/or age of the thoughts. Thoughts can also be marked as private, so that the public cannot view them. Thought Bucket also supports fully-customizable themes so that the perfect look and feel is available to the owner of the bucket.
released on 17 January 2004
27 January 2006
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 10 January 2017.
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