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Using Eastgate's Tinderbox for GTD implementation

Tinderbox Wiki: GettingThingsDone

I haven’t kept up much with its recent development, but I know Tinderbox has been a terrific, versatile application that’s just about perfect for GTD implementation in many ways. Bit of a steep learning curve, but a lot of folks says it’s worth it. I’ve certainly enjoyed tinkering with it in the past, and I still find it very satisfying as a mind-mapping tool and occasional IA app.

It’ll be swell when programs like Tinderbox and OmniOutliner, as well as promising-looking OSX newcomers like Shadow Plan, eventually start to talk to each other seamlessly (and without the need for explicit export/import).

At this point, it seems you really need to commit yourself to a single app if you’re going to develop the level of trust in your system that’s needed to make GTD really sizzle. But, I can certainly envision a time when different apps might provide completely different ways to view and manipulate your data (e.g., graphical map, outline, RDF, structured text)—all based on the same XML-based file.

Ah, sweet, courageous LazyWeb.

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I'm using MindJet MindManager -...

I'm using MindJet MindManager - it has a PocketPC edition as well which apparently syncs up with the desktop edition..




An Oblique Strategy:
Honor thy error as a hidden intention


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