Tag Archives: GTD

Actiontastic libéré

Not only is Actiontastic the best app around that I know of to keep track of your tasks in a GTD-like fashion, but it is now free, in both senses of the word. No excuse not to use it.

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Actiontastic it is

Just a small post to let an uncaring world know that I’m now using Actiontastic for all my GTD needs. The interface is clean, unobstrusive and easy to use. The recently added “filing” button (inspired, I guess, by the same … Continue reading

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New Screencast for Midnight Inbox

Thanks to the new screencast for Midnight Inbox, I’ve finally understood how to use this software. It could be pretty useful and fun to use, if only it’s reliable and doesn’t crash anymore… I don’t want to input tons of … Continue reading

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Information managers: Epilogue

I’ve previously blogged about my (seemingly) neverending quest for the perfect information manager on the Mac (these are also commonly referred to as digital junk drawers). It seemed that every time I tried a new app, there was something preventing … Continue reading

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Ghost Action – followup

Following my decision to use Ghost Action as a to-do list, some annoying things I’ve found : There’s no way to create dependence relationships between actions (e.g. don’t show me this action before this other one is done). This would … Continue reading

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Midnight Inbox, Ghost Action and Actiontastic

Battle of the GTDs… In the past years, when you wanted to use the GTD workflow, you pretty much had to do it by hand, by using a Hipster PDA or something in that vein. Using a computer could help … Continue reading

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One information manager to rule them all

Following a suggestion by Astorg, I’ve finally managed to overcome my irrational fear of SOHO Notes‘s corporate look, and I’ve started to actually use it. And I must say – I really like it. In a nusthell, it’s basically Yojimbo … Continue reading

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Information managers on mac: too much of a good thing?

The first time I saw Yojimbo, I thought it was a neat piece of software. It was not the first information manager out there – DevonThink, StickyBrain/SohoNotes and Hog Bay Notebook were there already – but it was the first … Continue reading

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Best list of productivity tips ever

Like a lot of computer-oriented people (a nice way of saying ‘nerds’), I’ve always been interested in ways I could improve my workflow, and especially the ‘Getting Things Done’ approach. I’ve been reading Merlin Mann’s 43 folders since its inception, … Continue reading

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