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What are good command line HTTP clients?
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts is a very famous quote from Aristotle, a Greek philosopher and scientist. This quote is particularly pertinent to Linux. In my view, one of Linux's biggest strengths is its synergy. The usefulness of Linux doesn't derive only from the huge raft of open source (command line) utilities. Instead, it's the synergy generated by using them together, sometimes in conjunction with larger applications.

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  • RedNotebook
    RedNotebook is a desktop diary that makes it very easy for you to keep track of the stuff you do and the thoughts you have. This journal software helps you to write whole passages or just facts, and does so in style. Read more hot
  • Almanah Diary
    Almanah Diary (previously just Diary) is a small application to allow you to keep a diary of your life. It has editing abilities, including text formatting and printing.
  • Almanah Diary
    Almanah Diary (previously just "Diary") is a small application that has good editing abilities, including text formatting and printing.
  • AsmPlan
    A console program for recording events and list todo items by date. It can handle multiple projects and search the database.
  • Cire
    Cire helps you maintain a journal, log, or diary. It can encrypt diary files with 256-bit AES encryption and supports multiple diary files as well.
  • cstermin
    cstermin is a small scheduler for keeping track of recurring events like birthdays or one-time appointments. The appointments are read from an configuration file created by the user and displayed on the console or with the help of a Gtk2 widget.
  • eJourn
    eJourn is an application written for Linux/BSD/Unix/OS X (maybe Windows in a while) to help you manage a diary or journal. Actually, to help you manage several diaries and journals.
  • email-reminder
    Email-reminder allows users to define events that they want to be reminded of by email. Possible events include birthdays, anniversaries, and yearly events. Reminders can be sent on the day of the event and a few days beforehand. It uses a cron job to checks for events and send reminders once a day, and a simple GUI that allows users to edit the reminders they want to receive.
  • Gtk+ Journal
    Gtk+ Journal is a Journal/Diary application written using the C++ bindings for Gtk+ 2 (gtkmm). It uses SQlite to store your entries, and the OpenSSL implementations of the BlowFish and SHA-1 algorithms to keep your data safe.
  • j0urnal
    Unix Console Based LiveJournal Client
  • jdone
    jdone is a diary for recording jobs you have done. It integrates with tools to automatically record events, and allows you to maintain a basic TODO list for short tasks.
  • jrnl
    jrnl is a simple journal application for your command line. Journals are stored as human readable plain text files - you can put them into a Dropbox folder for instant syncing and you can be assured that your journal will still be readable in 2050, when all your fancy iPad journal applications will long be forgotten.
  • KDiary
    KDiary keeps a personal or professional Diary. It includes the feature to encrypt the data and to customize some parameters that the user may want to keep, like weather entries, clothes, etc.
  • KLiveJournal
    KLiveJournal is a KDE client primarily for the site but it should work with any other journal provider that uses the software from
  • KLuJe
    KLuJe is a client for the popular online journal site LiveJournal. Features include: Posting with optional subject or mood, Posting to multiple journals or communities, Editing events in the past, and more.
  • Kotivox
    Kotivox is a diary program which organizes your entries by date. You can mark paragraphs by categories you created and later search within those categories. Kotivox will encrypt and password-protect your data.
  • KTagebuch
    KTagebuch is a simple but sufficient diary program for KDE 2/3.
  • Lifeograph
    Lifeograph is a personal journal and note taking application. It offers all standard features expected from a diary application, along with some unique ones, in a light-weight and intuitive package. Read more
  • LiveJournal Client
    LiveJournal Client is a Perl/Tk program to edit diary entries on
  • LogJam
    LogJam is a GTK2 client for, the free community of Web-based journals and diaries. It allows you to post entries, edit your previous entries, and edit your friends, all without loading your Web browser.
  • LoserJabber
    LoserJabber is a client for LiveJournal (a website which hosts user journals).
  • makediary
    makediary is a program to print a year diary on one of a range of paper sizes. Requires Python.
  • monodiary
    monodiary is a small, easy and effective program to store and organize your personal journal. monodiary use xml to store the information, organized by dates.
  • QX Journal
    QX Journal is a journal/diary/notebook for Linux. It can save save as txt, rtf, html and has a built-in email function.
  • ThotKeeper
    ThotKeeper is a cross-platform personal daily journaling. It features a simple, easy-to-navigate interface, XML storage format, support for multiple entries per day, per-entry authors, and a hierarchical tag support. Read more

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