Developing software requires a ton of tools. The better the tools, the more efficient you can be.
One of the most important things I do, day-to-day, is keep track of ideas, thoughts, and design details related to projects I’m working on. It’s not enough to just log tickets in a my bug tracker system to remember what I’m doing, but I also need to keep track of why and how I’m doing things.
My tool of choice is VoodooPad by Flying Meat. It’s a desktop wiki application for the Mac that is easy to use but has all the power you need to do the job.
You put your brain in it.
Flying Meat just released version 3.5 of this great application, introducing a bunch of new features.