[clug-talk] Semi-OT: Experience With GTD
quilley at gmail.com
Wed Nov 12 05:49:54 PST 2008
I found that the best way to keep me organized was to have my list with me
at all times, so I built my GTD list in ideamatrix for my blackberry. There
is a supposedly good app for google android phones called toodo as well. My
suggestion would be to make sure whatever you end up using allows you to
export your list in some format that should allow for easy entry/syncing
into a hand held device because you will likely want to go that route
On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 10:04 PM, TekBudda <tekbudda at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have been feeling extremely overwhelmed by the amount of stuff I have on
> the go both at home & at work & unfortunately I don't see it subsiding for
> some time.
> For that a few other reasons, I am realizing I need to be more proactive &
> try to better and more effectively manage my time & resources. One of the
> things that I have heard a lot about & am quite curious about is "Getting
> Thing Done" of "GTD." There is another thing out there called 43 Folders.
> I believe it is related to GTD but I could be wrong.
> What I am wondering is if anyone has had any experience with GTD & the
> various software associated with it. From what I have found so far there is
> a variety of standalone, plug-ins (Outlook for the most part) &
> web/browser-based solutions. They come in a variety of prices and licenses
> & for various platforms.
> From what I have researched so far...solutions for Windows are few and far
> between, and anything cross-platform tends to be web/browser-based. What I
> am ideally looking for is something that is standalone, open source,
> cross-platform (my work network is Windows based). It doesn't necessarily
> need to be shared or have the ability to sync, but if is does so (either
> through ical or something or a handheld) then even better.
> The closest one I have seen that meets these criteria so far and seems to
> have a good reputation is Chandler. Anyone have any insights or
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