I’ve been beating the GTD drum recently, and several months ago moved my email, address book and other daily tools to my PowerBook so here’s one last (for the time being anyway) for others who are interested in both who might not be ready to dive into KGTD: an old HawkWings posting, on Getting Things […]
I mentioned I’d been off the net today; the funny thing is that I was productively working on a website. E, at TPI, has been good to me in these few months, contracting me to build their new site and finding other gigs to work on for her. This week they’ve got a contract for […]
When you’re trying to dig yourself out, it’s important to know which shovel to use. When you’re trying to Get Things Done, it’s important to know what your verbs mean. If you don’t know your verbs from a hole in the ground, see Merlin’s post. Check it out.
GTD refers to Getting Things Done, David Allen’s Macintosh-based system for making sure that no task, no decision, no obligation gets missed. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Mac user, a Windows user, or a Linux user – or indeed someone who uses no computer at all (though I’m not sure how you’d be reading […]