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Name: ECD Computer Diary
File Name: Diary.exe
File Size: 82.5 kB
Platform: Windows/Linux
Price: Free


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ECD allows the user to safely store their thoughts and memories of each day, encrypted and password protected from prying eyes.


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ECD is an electronic implimentation of the conventional narative diary/journal/log. It can be used by a confused mind to record the day's peculiar events, whether they be a great sports game, first kiss, or fiery row. It could be used to jot down the peculiar musings that people have. It could equally be used as a prayer diary, reading and book review log, or anything else that involves storing short passages of text.

In addition, it affords substantially more security than a pen and paper implementation of such a log or diary, with all the text being encrypted and protected with a password.



Unlike most of my software, I do consider ECD to really belong to someone else. I originally developed the software as a birthday present for a good friend, and still think of the months of work I put into it as being exclusively hers. It was on that basis that when she decided that Ubuntu Linux would make for a superior operating system, I set about redesigning and rewriting the software to ensure it was compatible with Mono on that platform. Nevertheless, and knowing that she's not a selfish sort anyway, I am continuing to develop it and distribute it free of charge.